Twin Towns and Wolf Blass Wines proudly present the latest event in the winemaker’s dinner series, this time at Gusti d’Italia on Thursday 19 September from 6.30pm. The five-course culinary experience features a menu inspired by the flavours of contemporary Italian dining, with each dish perfectly paired with Wolf Blass Makers’ Project wines.

Makers’ Project is a new and exclusive premium range that celebrates craft, education and innovation in winemaking. These wines are currently unavailable in the marketplace and this will be the first Wolf Blass winemaker’s dinner in Australia to showcase them.

The Makers’ Project range has been described as, “Pushing the boundaries, and left of centre”.

One of the wines diners will get to try on the night is the new Wolf Blass Pink Pinot Grigio. Whilst this new variety is huge in the US, Wolf Blass is the first to produce one in Australia. Wolf Blass winemakers believe it has huge potential.

If you would like to be amongst the select few people in Australia to try the Makers’ Project range before word gets out, and enjoy a sumptuous night of dining, get in early for your seats as it will sell-out.

Tickets are $120 per person. To book for the Winemaker’s Dinner, call 1800 014 014.


2019 Wolf Blass Reserve Rosé on arrival


Herb butter poached calamari Puttanesca, black olive crackle, olive oil emulsion, fried capers

2019 Wolf Blass Pink Pinot Grigio


Pan-fried fillet of beef Rossini, seasonal mushrooms, beef cheek ragu, cavolo nero, Chianti and coppa sauce

2018 Wolf Blass Early Press Shiraz Grenache


Regional cheese board, pear mostarda di frutta, sunflower seed crackers

2018 Wolf Blass Reserve Pinot Noir


Sicilian citrus sorbet with Limoncello


Chocolate and toasted hazelnut meringue semi freddo, Vin Santo gel, saffron poached pear

2018 Wolf Blass Reserve Shiraz