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Halliday Wine Companion

Australia's premier wine authority, Halliday Wine Companion, is bringing back its ever so popular Urban Cellar Door events in Brisbane and Melbourne, showcasing a selection of the nation’s best wine producers in one setting.

This intimate yet casual event is like a journey through the vineyard and aims to connect wine lovers with the country’s finest producers. From elegant chardonnay varieties to versatile shiraz blends, there will be a drop to delight every palate.

"We're excited to bring the Urban Cellar Door experience to Brisbane and Melbourne," said Halliday Wine Companion Managing Director, Jacinta Hardie-Grant. "These events are a celebration of Australia's rich winemaking culture and a fantastic opportunity for wine lovers to discover new favourites and connect with the people behind the wines” she continued.

Guests will have an exclusive opportunity to discover and sample a curated selection of premium wines from renowned wineries, and graze on premium canapes, cheeses, and charcuterie as well as an opportunity to purchase wines on the evening direct from the producers.

Urban Cellar Door: Brisbane

Where: Cloudland 641 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
When: Thursday 14 March
Time: 6:30pm – 9pm (6pm early access for Halliday members)
Tickets: $135 + GST and booking fees
Booking Link: Urban Cellar Door Brisbane here

Urban Cellar Door: Melbourne

Where: 2 Acland St, St Kilda VIC, 3182
When: Thursday 21 March
Time: 6:30pm – 9pm (6pm early access for Halliday members)
Tickets: $135 + GST and booking fees
Booking Link: Urban Cellar Door Melbourne here

Tickets for Urban Cellar Door are limited, so wine enthusiasts are encouraged to secure your spot early to experience an unforgettable journey through the world of wine.

For further information on Urban Cellar Door and Halliday Wine Companion visit the website.



Key Facts:

Melbourne tickets here

Brisbane tickets here

About us:

About Halliday Wine Companion

For almost 30 years, the Halliday Wine Companion, founded by James Halliday, has served as the definitive guide to Australian wine. Today, a dedicated team of wine authorities collectively taste around 9,000 wines each year. With more than 170,000 tasting notes from over 3,500 wineries, offers Australia’s most comprehensive collection of wine reviews and ratings to a highly engaged digital subscriber base. Halliday magazine is printed quarterly and offers a uniquely approachable take on wine, food and travel, and in 2022 both Halliday Wine Club and Halliday Wine Academy were launched to serve the Australian wine community. For more, visit

Contact details:

For further information, please contact tide:

Mimi Gibson | Account Director | | 0447 710 967

Aislinn Powell | Account Manager | | 0412 646 941


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