Take a Master Class with Nick Spencer Wines!
Nick Spencer Wines is now offering Master Classes with Nick Spencer. Nick has been producing award winning wines for nearly twenty years. Nick is a Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy winner, a Len Evens Tutorial scholar, a Gourmet Traveller Wine Winemaker of the Year finalist and was recently recognised in James Halliday’s top ten best new wineries for 2019.
Master Classes are perfect for corporate events, retreats, Christmas parties, birthdays, fundraisers, special occasions or for groups just interested to learn more about wine! Master Classes will be tailored specifically for your event, including attendees’ wine interests and expertise, time frame and location.
Nick has a wonderful casual, friendly approach to teaching people about wine, but is highly knowledgable, drawing on his twenty years in the industry, as a regular judge at major Australian Wine Shows and his extensive travel through wine regions in Australia, France, Georgia, the United States and New Zealand.
Nick will work with you to create a really unique and informative wine experience to suit your occasion. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org regarding pricing and packages.
Producing award winning wines for nearly two decades, Nick’s passion and remarkable talent for considered, quality wines is evident in every bottle. Following four years at the famed University of Adelaide campus, Nick was awarded a degree in Oenology in 2000. Nick has worked for notable producers across the industry, including Rosemount, Coldstream Hills, Madew Wines, Tertini Wines, and led the team at Eden Road Wines for almost a decade before starting his own label with Nick Spencer Wines.
A proud Australian wine maker, Nick is particularly passionate about the beautiful NSW regions of Gundagai and Tumbarumba. His winemaking expertise have been widely recognised by the industry, in 2009 Nick was honoured to win the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy. In 2011 Nick was a Len Evans Tutorial Scholar and a finalist in the Young Guns of Wine, that year he also won the National Wineshow Trophy for Best Shiraz. In 2014 Nick was a finalist in the Gourmet Traveller Wine Winemaker of the Year awards. His wines are regularly recognised by James Halliday, most recently being noted in the top ten best new wineries for 2019.