Australian Wine Show Judging Masterclass for Women in Wine
Learn how the Australian Wine Show System works and become a judge yourself!
On the evening of Wednesday 26th June in Melbourne, a star-studded panel of experienced women will explain how to judge for the Australian Wine Show system and will lead you through the process.
Participants will taste three brackets of wines. Each will consist of four wines – with one gold, one silver one bronze and one with no award. Discussion will also cover many other aspects of the Australian Wine Show system.
Who will be leading you through? Check out this line up!
Jeni Port is a wine writer, judge & author based in Melbourne. Jeni was the longest serving wine writer on The Age and has written for most Australian wine magazines including Winestate, Wine Selector, James Halliday Wine magazine and Gourmet Traveller Wine. She also writes for Meininger’s Wine Business International magazine.
In 2018 Jeni was named Legend of the Vine by the Victorian chapter of the Wine Communicators of Australia. And she is a founding advisory board member of the Australian Women in Wine Awards.
Meg Brodtmann MW
Meg Brodtmann MW is a winemaker with more than twenty years’ experience across three continents. Meg is currently the Senior Winemaker at Helen and Joey Estate in the Yarra Valley.
Thoroughly distinguished throughout her career, Meg has been the Chair of the International Cool Climate Wine Show for 5 years and judges at various regional and international wine shows.
She is well known to many in the industry via her teaching WSET Levels 2 to 4 (Diploma) in Melbourne.
Meg is actively involved in the Master of Wine educational programme
Angie Bradbury is the Founder & Managing Director of Dig&Fish. Angie started her first agency in 2000 which was specialised in wine and food communications.
Angie is a highly respected and sought-after marketing strategist with close to two decades working with leading brands in hospitality, leisure, tourism and agriculture.
Angie remains heavily involved in the wine industry most notably as the Chair of Wine Victoria, the peak body representing the industry.