🍷 NATTY SOCIAL 🍷
Saturday 11 December
Join us for an arvo of alternative Australian wine at PHP 🌞
Hello natty wine fans 👋
Summer is upon us which means ideal conditions for drinking delicious wine in the garden.
Join us on Saturday 11 December for the summer edition of Natty Social.
Kicking off at midday, the event will be hosted by some local heroes in natural wine production & distribution; Doom Juice, Imbibo and Vinsight, each bringing a hand-picked selection of juice for you to try 🍷. There will be everything from funky pet nats, skinsy oranges to juicy reds ~ and the best part is you get to try them ALL.
Tickets are $49 and include wine tastings from all hosts, antipasti & nibbles to share and DJ's all arvo. Bottles will also be available to buy during the day to take home, in the very-likely event of you falling in love with a wine or two.
Tickets on sale now via the reservations link below, get in fast, this event is always a sell-out.
About the hosts
From their beginning in 2009 Vinsight has firmly established itself as a supplier of quality boutique brands to the NSW/ACT wine trade. Their primary focus is the on-premise and fine wine retail markets, although they service all channels. Vinsight is recognised for the quality and stability of their portfolio and the personal service they provide. They hunt for intelligent, caring & talented winemakers. They find customers who value authenticity & quality. They simply bring them together.
From lowest chasms in the eery halls of Hades, a dark demon developed an unquenchable thirst. A thirst so dire, that it forged an elixir from the purest grapes of the hill of black fire. Adding a tear of a virgin, the scale of a monstrous dragon and the whisper of past lover, Doom Juice was formed. The demon saw what he had made, and it was good. So good that to prove its' deed, it sent his two most trusted minions, Zac and Sebastian, to send forth the demonic drink to the surface. It was Natural Wine, Made for the Sesh.
Born of the idea that wine is definitely intellectual, but for Vinsight, it’s mostly visceral. They are about place, time, variety and the people who bring these things together. They encourage and embrace individuality and regional identity and search out wines with meaning and purpose. With very small production quantities, the wines they sell are hard to find but easy to remember.