What's On

Paola Monroy (Soprano) and Christian Cante (Lute)

ūĚĄě Italian Baroque concert lunch/dinner ūĚĄě

We are very excited to be presenting this very special and intimate event…
15th century Italian baroque concert dinner with talented Soprano Paola Monroy and Lute virtuoso Christian Cante. You will be treated to music from Frescobaldi, Purcell, Caccini, Strozzi among others. ūüć∑
Followed by an Italian 4-course lunch/dinner by chef Gaetano Sansone (ex A Tavola and Mercado) with matching wines by Andreas Puhar (Enoteca Sydney)

When: Sunday 28th March 2021
Lunch: 1pm arrival for 1:15pm concert (lunch afterwards)
Dinner: 6pm arrival for 6:15pm concert (dinner afterwards)
Where: Wine Library
A: Concert + 4 course lunch/dinner + premium matching wines $280 pp.
(only 20 seats available) includes bubbles & canapé on arrival

B: Just concert $130 pp. (only 9 seats available)
includes glass of bubbles & canapé on arrival


Book now option A lunch 1pm  

Book now option B (concert only) 1pm

Book now option A dinner 6pm

Book now option B (concert only) 6pm


Valentines 14th February 2021

Treat your loved one this Valentines day for an amazing 4 course menu with a glass of bubbly on arrival. $98pp

**When:** Sunday 14th February 2021

**Time:** **1st sitting** 3:00pm **2nd sitting** 5:30pm **3rd sitting** 8pm

**Cost:** $98 per person

Book Now

Click here to see Menu

Chenin Blanc Masterclass

Grand Cru Chenin Blancs from the master Nicolas Joly and Loic Mahe

We are very excited to have Charles Simpson (pictured below) from Virtuous Vines with us presenting a not to miss masterclass of Grand Cru Chenin Blanc from the Loire Valley.


Nicolas Joly
The Joly family makes 3 wines, all dry whites made exclusively from the Chenin Blanc variety.
First, there is Les Vieux Clos in AOC Savenni√®res, a beautiful assortment of old walled vineyards on the top of the slope. The schist here is topped with roughly one metre of clay soil. The wines are packed with ripe fruit flavours of melon and orchard fruit, and the finish is classic Savenni√®res – powerful and long. Next, Le Clos de la Bergerie in AOC Savenni√®res “La Roche aux Moines”, a single vineyard mid slope, where there is about half as much soil on top of the schist. These wines tend to get riper, and can often finish with a touch of residual fruit sweetness. They are the most forthright of the wines. But none equals the flourish, Le Clos de la Coul√©e de Serrant, which holds its own Appellation. The most powerful, long, intense of them all. In youth, it smells of fresh rain on stones, with hints of melon, stone fruit and pear skin. With age, it becomes a tea chest of bergamot, dried fruits, honey and dried flowers. The wines need a long spell in the decanter, a day is best if you can wait, and enjoy the wine over the course of a full week if you can resist !
Le Clos de la Coulée de Serrant was first planted by Cistercian Monks in the year 1130. It is a 7 ha walled vineyard on a very steep schist slope above the Loire River near Angers. There is virtually no topsoil, the vines cling to the crumbly schist rocks. It is one of just 3 French Appellations to be a Monopole, that is, a single vineyard that has its own appellation and is owned by one estate.
Loic Mahe


In 2000, Lo√Įc Mah√© decided to make wine, and being a fan of¬†Chenin¬†Blanc, went straight for the top. He managed to buy a plot in what is perhaps the most highly prised¬†Chenin¬†Blanc¬†appellation in the world, Savenni√®res‚Ķ only problem was, there were no vines in the ground! So he planted. Now reaching maturity, these are his treasures. He has also purchased different old vineyards around Savenni√®res, including the perfectly situated Chateau la Franchaie, where he now vinifies all his wines.
Everything is about life and vines here. The domaine has been managed Biodynamically since the start, and winemaking is very instinctive, with the only additions being minimal doses of SO2. Lo√Įc makes¬†Chenin¬†Blanc¬†of remarkable power, richness and flavor. There is a lot of complexity in the glass, firmly in the golden honey style¬†Chenin, but not missing that great and refreshing Biodynamic acidity to keep you sipping.

Bluefin & Burgundy

Book Now

The Wine Library launches Bluefin & Burgundy
with Sydney’s OG sushi master

Woollahra‚Äôs long-standing local favourite, The Wine Library has enlisted the talents and culinary innovation of Sydney‚Äôs original sushi master Toshi Oe for a specially curated ‚ÄėBluefin & Burgundy‚Äô culinary experience.

With a prestigious career spanning 30 years, Toshi Oe’s (Toko, Masuya) expertise centres on the excellence of highly sourced fish and delicate presentation inspired by Japanese culture.

To bring his vision to life, Toshi Oe has partnered with respected fish supplier Narito Ishii to source the highest quality Bluefin Tuna and selection of seafood for his eight course Omakase menu.

The ‚ÄėBluefin & Burgundy‚Äô menu is set to include dishes such as oyster moro miso, baby scallop Aomori, Nitenmori sashimi, eel emaki and wagyu beef; with the additional option of extra courses such as caviar bumps or fresh truffle infused Brillat Savarin cheese.

Diners will have the option to personalise their ‚ÄėBluefin & Burgundy‚Äô adventure by choosing between a wine by the glass or bottle pairing from a shortlist of Burgundies, hand selected by The Wine Library sommelier and co-owner Tim Perlstone. Highlights from the shortlisted Burgundies include Ghislaine Barthod, Laurent Roumier, Domaine Lignier, Prieure Roch, Geantet-Pansiot and Pierre Yves Colin Morey.

‚ÄėBluefin & Burgundy‚Äô will take place on Sunday 19th July and Sunday 26th July at The Wine Library.

Wine match:
1st option: Off the beaten Burgundy track wine match $95 pp.
2nd option: Premium king of Burgundy match $190 pp.

Dates: Sunday 19th July & Sunday 26th July
Seating times (20 covers per slot): 12pm -2:45pm, 12:15pm – 3pm, 2:45pm to 5.30pm, 3pm -5:30pm
Ticket price: $150pp.

Address: 18 Oxford Street, Woollahra 2025
Phone: 02 9368 7484
Facebook: @TheWineLibrary
Instagram: @winelibrarywoollahra
Website: www.wine-library.com.au

First wine dinner of the year

We are kicking off our first wine dinner of the year with an epic battle of German and Aussie cutting edge wines from producers like Timo Mayer, Vanguardist, Weingut Ness, Tesch matched with a 4 course dinner all accompanied by a classical music performance by Paola Monroy (Soprano) and Wendy Dixon (Piano)
When: Monday 30th of March 6:30pm
Price: $165pp. Book now!
Restaurant and bar seating available
Tickets are extremely limited, be quick!

Call Now