Rosé & Pinot Noir Yum Cha Lunch at Davids – April 23, 2016


This was our busiest Rosé & Pinot Noir Yum Cha Lunch event at Davids restaurant ever.

We had a total of 80 people and we had to book out the entire venue.

Due to high numbers we had to be super organised to ensure the event ran smoothly and it was one of the best events we have done at Davids.

We now send an email to all attendees 3-4 days before the event to confirm who they are sitting with, their dietary requirements, and everything about the event so we can commence as soon as possible.

It is not easy to organise 80 people so we send an email to everyone explaining when to come, how the event will work, what order the pouring is, where the toilets are and the process to order wines.

The event was a success and the customers were having a great time.

I invited 4 members of Broadsheet Melbourne to attend this event so I wanted this event more than any to run as smoothly as possible.

I have to say that I couldn’t have been any happier.

This event ran like clockwork and flowed smoothly the whole way through.

Nothing went wrong and a lot of wine was sold as well.

We were given a lot of positive feedback regarding this event. It is amazing how popular this event has become and the popularity of rosé wine.

The new 8% strength lychee cider was popular and the two wines that were the most popular were the Werewolf Pinot Noir from Romania & Brown Magpie from the Bellarine Peninsula.

The Brown Magpie wine I am referring to is 2013 Brown Magpie Single Vineyard Pinot Noir – this has been my favourite Pinot Noir for 2015 and 2016.

Here are some photos of the day and we hope you enjoy them.

Our Wine Bottle Display at our Lunch event.

Our wine bottle display

Mustang parked outside of the restaurant before our lunch event

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