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Notorious A.O.C. 
BBQ & Arbois Party
Sunday June 2nd
Get ready to groove and sip on some fine Jura wines because we're throwing the ultimate Notorious A.O.C.
BBQ & Arbois party, and you're invited!

We're bringing together the best of two worlds – the enigmatic wines of the Jura and the beats of 80's & 90's hip hop. It's going to be a night filled with great music, good vibes, cult and rare wines and of course, mouthwatering BBQ delights.

Come jam with us!

When: Sunday June 2nd
Where: Wine Library
Time: From 1:00pm until late
Menu: A la carte
Wines: Lots of Jura wine by the glass and bottle

Producers featured:
Houillon Overnoy
Michel Gahier
Domaine Labet
Rousset Martin
Domaine de la Pinte
Renaud Bruyere
Domaine de Saint Pierre
And many more.....

** A la carte Menu**

Gordal olives
Saucisson, pickles
Baguette, butter
Comte croquettes, chilli jam
Tuna tartare, pomme frites
Smoked chicken wings
Charred corn, chilli butter
BBQ Porchetta
Smoked BBQ brisket slider
Roast potatoes, sour cream, chives
Selection of aged Comte
Crème brûlée
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See our past events below




Sunday May 5th
Get ready to sizzle at our all day Brazilian BBQ bash, happening at the Wine Library!

Dive into Brazilian street food cooked by our resident chef Matheus Costa hailing from Rio de Janeiro, sip on top-notch wines from our importers and friends and groove to the hottest beats dropped by Brazilian DJ Le Brown on the dance floor. It's a fusion fiesta you won't want to miss!

Lock in your spot now for a night of epic flavour, vibes, and good times!
When: Sunday 5th May 202
Where: Wine Library
Time: From 1:00pm for lunch and drinks and later on from 5pm the front bar will be cleared for a dance floor and DJ set.
Cost: Free entry
Drinks: Wine, cocktails and cerveja gelada
Menu: A la carte

** A la carte Menu**

-Bolinho de bacalhau (Cod croquettes)
-Torresmo (Pork crackling)
-Pastel (Brazilian empanada)

**Skewers on bbq**

-Chicken wrapped with bacon
-Picanha rump cap
-Chicken hearts
-Halloumi, orégano

-Choripan (Argentinean subs)
-BBQ plate: potato salad, vinaigrette, farofa and 2 skewers


-Pudim de leite condensado
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Gargano Pizzeria x Wine Library

Sunday April 7th


Ciao ragazzi!

Join us for a taste of Italy
Gargano Pizzeria × Wine Library team up for a memorable Italian evening!
Enjoy authentic pizza and focaccia from the south of Italy, and sip on Italian wines & cocktails! It's gonna be a blast!

Booking recommended. Walk-in welcome.

When: Sunday 7th April
Where: Wine Library Bar
Time: bookings available from 3pm to 8:30pm
Price: A la carte menu

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Four hands Omakase

Sunday April 14th

4 Hands Omakase is an 8 course Japanese dinner made by two gun chefs @math.costa and @roberto.fteixeira
Fresh and seasonal ingredients, Japanese techniques and a Brazilian touch 🫶🏽🇧🇷

The event will happen on Sunday 14/04 at @winelibrarywoollahra - 18 Oxford st - woollahra
Three booking time slots

4pm, 6pm, 8pm

Menu 👨🏾‍🍳

-Salmon carpaccio, ponzu, sesame crackers
-Snapper ceviche with smoked corn, sweet potato chips
-Sashimi platter , King fish, Tuna and Salmon
-Nigiri platter
-Uramaki salmon special
-Uramaki tempura prawns
-Bbq octopus, white bean puree, vinaigrette, chilli oil
-Mix berries cheese cake

Only a few spots available

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1st May

Indulge your artistic side and embrace the sensuality of life drawing at our super exclusive event!
Join us for an evening of creativity, connection, and self-expression as you capture the beauty of the human form on paper with tutor Rose Ashton.

Experience the allure of artistic exploration in a comfortable and inclusive atmosphere. Our professional model will inspire your sketches, and expert guidance will be provided for all skill levels. Secure your spot now for an unforgettable night of artistry and sensuality.

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to celebrate the beauty of the human body through the lens of your own creativity. Wine and nibbles will be provided!

We look forward to sharing this sensual journey with you!

When: Wednesday 1st May 2024
Where: Wine Library Upstairs
Time: 7:00pm
Cost: $149 per person
What's included: All materials + art tutor + model + wine + nibbles

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Spanish Wine Tasting

Wednesday 6th March
Spanish producers (Mara Martin, Palacio del Camino, Meu, La Lloma, Ramon Bilbao)
(standing cocktail style chatting with Marti from Barrica wines)
Spanish wine is an exciting category developed in century of winemaking and progression. 2.9 million acres of vineyards and more than 400 grape varieties, Spain ranks as one of the top wine-producing countries globally. Its diverse terroirs, ranging from the cool, green north to the sun-drenched Mediterranean coast and the arid landscapes of the south, give rise to a kaleidoscope of flavors and styles.

Tempranillo reigns supreme as Spain's flagship red grape, delivering wines of elegance and depth in regions like Rioja and Ribera del Duero. Monastrell thrive in the warmth of regions like Valencia and Jumilla, producing bold, spicy reds. Meanwhile, Spain's white wine scene shines with the zesty Albariño of Monterrei. Spanish wine embodies a rich tapestry of flavours, history, and culture, inviting wine enthusiasts on an unforgettable journey of taste and discovery.
**Spanish Wine Tasting**
When: Wednesday 6th March 2024
Where: Wine Library downstairs**
Time: 6:00pm** Cost: $43 per person
What's included: 5 wines to taste, light snack
How to book: Follow the link below.

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Greek ceramics exhibition with artist Eva Boleti

24th March 

"I love working with clay so much because it always teaches me something about life: if you stretch it, it breaks. If you rush it, it cracks. If you force it, it collapses. If you slowly mold it and allow it to become what it wants to be, it will work with you, much like life."
Drawing from her Greek heritage, Eva Boleti weaves a narrative rich in cultural symbolism, where each clay sculpture speaks of tradition.

From braided hair clay sculptures to the protective evil eye, and terracotta dipped in the Aegean blue glaze, her creations transcend mere functionality, inviting inclusion into a tableau of storytelling.

As guests immerse themselves in Eva's sculptures, the ambiance resonates with the soulful melodies of the rebetiko, echoing the essence of Greek folk music.

The opening day indulges the palate with a selection of the finest Greek wines, from crisp Asyrtiko to robust Xinomavro, ensuring an authentic celebration.

In honor of March being International Women's Day, Eva Boleti's exhibit highlights the creativity of women everywhere.

10% of each sale goes to Penny Marathon, a Greek Australian animal charity, which supports rescue animals in Greece, Australia, and worldwide.
When: Sunday 24th March 2024
Where: Wine Library Downstairs
Time: 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Cost: Free entry
What's included: Greek ceramics, music and culture + refreshments

Register here for free entry


**Seven shades of Rosé wine tasting**
Are you ready to embark on a tantalising journey that will awaken your taste buds and ignite the flames of passion within?
Brace yourself for an event like no other – "Seven Shades of Rosé," an exquisite wine tasting experience that promises to set your senses on fire!
Picture this: a seductive soirée where the world of rosé wines unfolds in seven alluring shades. Join us as we uncork the secrets behind these delectable wines, carefully curated to tease and please even the most discerning connoisseur.
✨ Sip, savor, and swirl as our expert sommeliers guide you through the nuances of each shade, revealing the untold stories behind these captivating wines.
When: Wednesday 28th February 2024
Where: Wine Library downstairs
Time: 6:00pm
Cost: $45 pp.
What's included: 7 wines to taste + light snack + guided tasting



Valentine's Day ♥️
Join us at The Wine Library for a decadent evening with your loved one on Wednesday the 14th of February.You'll be treated to a 5-course shared menu for $85pp. you can also add one of our wine matchings to make it extra special.

Date: Wednesday 14th February 2024
Times available: From 5:00pm to 9:30pm
Price: $85 pp.
Wine matching: Regular $65pp Premium $125pp
How to Book: Follow the link below, payments will be processed on the day of the event but we will need your credit card details to confirm your booking.

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If you can't make Valentine's...

We have a very special event in collaboration with the Woollahra Women's Wine Club on Thursday 15th February

ValenWINEs Day Dinner


Share and extend the love this year, the night after Valentine's Day, and meet some new friends over a delicious 4 course dinner on ValenWINEs Day (a fun spin on Galentine's Day). This is a dinner for local ladies to meet like-minded vino vixens, for a wonderful, wine-filled evening, hosted by the Woollahra Women's Wine Club'.

Woollahra Women's Wine Club is a Facebook group for local women to socialise, clink glasses together and celebrate new friendships. There's no age restrictions and all are welcome. It is one of the many groups created by Wine Body and Spirits, a lifestyle brand, focused on connection and self care, over a vino or two. Wine Body and Spirits members meet regularly, experience unique events and foster a bubbly community of wine-loving ladies all throughout Sydney.

  • Glass of bubbles on arrival
  • Beef tartare
  • Burrata - peach - basil - truffle
  • Market fish OR pork cutlet
  • Creme brûlée

Drinks are on consumption or you can choose a wine matching with the dishes (Our wine matches are just like the perfect date)
Tickets are $69 per ticket but you can receive 10% off this event if you join and book via the Facebook group here. If you don't have Facebook, please get in touch here for us to arrange a discount for you.

Date: Thursday 15th February 2024
Times available: From 6:00pm to 9:30pm
Price: $69 pp.
Optional Wine matching: Regular $65pp Premium $125pp 
How to Book: Follow the link below.




Sicilian Wine tasting
Wednesday 18th October
Benchmark Sicilian Producers (Benanti, Rallo, Vicoletto)
(standing cocktail style chatting with Davide from Enoteca Sileno)
Wednesday 18th of October 6:00pm
These are some of the best wines we tasted this year, unique opportunity to try side by side these benchmark producers with the Wine Library sommeliers & Davide from Enoteca Sileno, some of the wines tasted will be Catarratto Vicoletto, Grillo Rallo, Etna Bianco, Etna Rosso and Nerello Cappuccio from Benanti with a light snack served canapé style.

When: Wednesday 18th of October 2023
Where: Wine Library downstairs
Time: 6:00pm
Cost: $49 per person
What's included: 5 wines to taste with the Wine
Library sommeliers & Davide from Enoteca Sileno
How to book: Follow the link below.



Melbourne Cup Lunch at Wine Library
Tuesday November 7th
Ride in style this year and get in quick to nab a spot at Wine Library.
For $98pp you’ll enjoy a seasonal four-course Melbourne Cup lunch by Head chef, Matheus Costa. Soak up Wine Library's intimate and cosy atmosphere all while celebrating with friends.
Continue your Cup Day celebrations into the evening, with dinner reservations from 5pm.
When: Tuesday 7th November 2022
Where: Wine Library
Time: From 12:00 pm
Cost: $98 per person
What's included: 4-course shared lunch
How to book: Follow the link below.
Extras: You can choose to go for a beverage package starting at $82 pp for 3 hours or $125pp for our premium beverage package.

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Wine tasting Wednesday 27th September
Benchmark Wine tasting
(standing cocktail style chatting with Sommelier)
Wednesday 27th of September 6:30pm
These are some of the best wines we tasted this year, unique opportunity to try side by side these benchmark producers with the Wine Library sommeliers, some of thre wines tasted will be Riesling from Peter Lauer, Mosel and three producers from Morgon (Marcel Lapierre, Foillard and Daniel Bouland)

When: Wednesday 27th of September 2023
Where: Wine Library downstairs
Time: 6:30pm
Cost: $59 per person
What's included: 5 wines to taste with the Wine
Library sommeliers
How to book: Follow the link below.

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Wine tasting Wednesday 6th September

Casual Wine tasting
(standing cocktail style chatting with winemaker)
Wednesday 6th of September 6pm
On Wednesday we will have Rivar Mayer from Bloody Hills Wines from Yarra Valley, Rivar is the talented son of famous German winemaker Timo Mayer from the Yarra Valley. We will be tasting the brand new 2023 vintages.
These are some of my go to for super value terroir driven wines that are damn right delicious!
When: Wednesday 6th of September 2023
Where: Wine Library downstairs
Time: 6:00pm
Cost: $25 per person
What's included: Meet thew winemaker, 6 wines to taste, light snack
How to book: Follow the link below.

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Chaîne des Rôtisseurs charity wine dinner Wednesday 13th September

 La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs

Some of you might know that we'll be heading to France in October to compete as a team for a World blind wine tasting competition organised by France’s leading wine magazine “La Revue du Vin de France” this competition was recently put on the world stage by an Australian film director Warwick Ross with the award winning documentary
‘Blind Ambition’

This is the very first time Australia will be competing in this challenge but we have high hopes of bringing the trophy back home!

In light of the competition we thought it would be fun to host a Blind tasting wine dinner and invite you to meet some of members of the national team and enjoy an evening of fine wines and food.

When: Wednesday 13th September 2023
Where: Wine Library downstairs
Time: 6:30pm
Cost: $250 per person
What's included: wines and dinner featuring a set shared menu by our Chef Matheus Costa
How to book: Follow the link below.


Gordal olives
Tuna tataki, mango salsa, mandarin ponzu
Gruyere croquettes, aioli
Spinach & ricotta Cannelloni, Napoli sugo, basil pesto
Porchetta, crackling, Italian herbs
Roasted potatoes, sour cream, chives
Butter lettuce, chives, vinaigrette dressing
Crème brûlée

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Blind tasting wine dinner 26th September

Tim from Wine Library here.
Some of you might know that i'll be heading to France in October to compete as a team for a World blind wine tasting competition organised by France’s leading wine magazine “La Revue du Vin de France” this competition was recently put on the world stage by an Australian film director Warwick Ross with the award winning documentary
‘Blind Ambition’

Joining me will be four of Australia's top Sommeliers that will be part of team Australia. This is the very first time Australia will be competing in this challenge but we have high hopes of bringing the trophy back home!

In light of the competition i thought it would be fun to host a Blind tasting wine dinner and invite you to experience the thrill of tasting wines in a blind format. Think of it like a wine trivia but no questions, you just have to guess the wine.
The idea is to hopefully do a dinner every month, it will be fun, you should come.

So here is our next dinner on the 26th of September
When: Tuesday 26th of September 2023
Where: Wine Library downstairs
Time: 6:30pm
Cost: $115 per person
What's included: Sommelier guided blind tasting wines (6 in total) and dinner featuring a set shared menu by our Chef Matheus Costa
How to book: Follow the link below.

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Menu TBC



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Wine tasting Wednesday 30th August

Casual Wine tasting
(standing cocktail style chatting with winemakers)
Wednesday 30th of Aug 6:30pm
On Wednesday 30th we will have Alex from Meadowbank, Jeff from Byrne Farm and Mark from Mount Macleod in Sydney, below you’ll find a little about each producer and a list of the wines they will be presenting. It’s a fascinating line up with Pinot Noir from no less than three states!
Meadowbank, Derwent Valley, TAS – Alex Deane
“Meadowbank’s vineyard is one of the most important in Tasmanian wine; a whole host of the best quality and most interesting Tasmanian wine brands source fruit from it. The label and winery itself has had a bit of a hiatus but renowned winemaker Peter Dredge has teamed up with the Ellis family to kick things back into life.” Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front
Mount Macleod, Gippsland VIC – Mark Mathews
Organic Gippsland Values from Caledonia Australis, Mark Matthews is never going to win any awards for marketing or self-promotion, so it’s just as well he’s rather diligent at his day job. The kind of green credentials practiced at this family-owned Gippsland Estate deserves to be applauded. Winegrower-ecologist Matthews has recently passed his 10th year of organic certification and has instigated a weed management program using a combination of firestick and hard labour.
Byrne Farm, Orange NSW – Jeff Burn
Seduced by some fantastic bottles from Australia and France and enamoured by the camaraderie in the Hunter winemaking fraternity Byrne completed his winemaking degree and began stepping his way up the winemaking ladder. In 2007Jeff made his first pilgrimage to Burgundy, landing in the heart of Vosne-Romanée at François Pinault’s Domaine de Eugénie. He would return for the 2014 vintage, by which time he would be heading up the winemaking for the Agnew family’s trio of properties, Audrey Wilkinson, Poole’s Rock and Cockfighters Ghost. Managing the Agnew portfolio exposed Byrne to a wealth of growers across the breadth of Australia’s wine regions. But there was one source he became particularly excited about: the pristine high-country Chardonnay and Pinot Noir he was getting from Justin and Pip Jarrett’s organic vineyard in Orange. So, in 2019, when the time had come to branch out on his own, he took a trip across the Blue Mountains to where he finds himself today making small parcels of high country Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
When: Wednesday 30th August 2023
Where: Wine Library downstairs
Time: 6:30pm
Cost: $28 per person
What's included: 3 winemakers, 8 wines to taste, light snacks
How to book: Follow the link below.

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Vinos del Sur
Masterclass and dinner on Patagonia
Two superstar names making wines that challenge some of the best in the world!

We will be tasting two of Argentina's most sought after producers from
Patagonia: Bodega Chacra & Bodega Noemia
Patagonia the region
Lying between 36°S and 45°S (about the same latitude as New Zealand), making its vineyards among the most southern in the world. The region is essentially a desert and the vineyards are mainly located along the rivers (especially the Colorado and Río Negro) that run from the Andes and provide water to irrigate the vines.

As a name, Patagonia might be better known as the maker of jackets and outdoor clothing. But Patagonia the region turns out some stunningly distinctive wines that will make you want to add the name to your wine vocabulary.

Now if Mendoza Malbec is Argentina’s superstar pin up boy at present then Patagonian wine represents the young, slightly more refined, upstart – daring to try something a bit different in order to get recognised. Whilst Mendoza wines can be characterised by their power, fruit and macho qualities, Patagonian wines offer a bit of a twist on the style with cooler minerality and a bracing streak of acidity, perfect for more delicate dishes.

Patagonia is a region worth exploring in person – with or without Patagonia gear – but until that is possible, you can taste it in the wine.
Pierro Incisa della Rocchetta is the grandson of the family responsible for making Tenuta San Guido (Sassicaia). Pierro is a dreamer, he always wanted to do his own thing independent of family ties. In 2004 Pierro heard about an abandoned Pinot vineyard in Patagonia, originally planted in 1932. And so, began what is now Bodega Chacra, generally recognised as the greatest Pinot Noir produced in South America.

Over time another vineyard from 1955 was added along with more plantings. Vineyards are tended using organic and biodynamic practices. The old vines are planted on their own rootstocks, producing tiny bunches with incredibly concentrated flavours. Since 2017, Pierro has been working with famed burgundy wine-maker JM Roulot to produce chardonnay in Patagonia to great acclaim.
Bodega Noemia is owned by Italian wine producer countess Noemi Cinzano (of the vermouth family) and Danish winemaker Hans Vinding-Diers. Hans had been working in a commercial winery in Patagonia when he discovered some very special museum wines in the cellar. Captivated he tracked down the source of these wines; a very special 1930’s planting of Malbec which became the foundation for Bodega Noemia. They fell in love with the place and decided to restore it and return it to its original condition. After buying the grapes from this semi-abandoned vineyard in 2001, their first vintage was made in an old shed belonging to a fruit packing company; they destemmed the grapes by hand at night, and put them in open fibreglass tanks so that they could crush them with their feet. The idea was to get back to basics.
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 Wednesday 24th May 2023
Where: Wine Library
Time: 7pm
Cost: $190 per person
What's included: Masterclass and dinner featuring two of Patagonia's most iconic producers.
Optional: All wines will be available for purchase on the day or also delivered with a special discounted retail price!
How to book: Follow the link below.

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Art Exhibition Sunday 11th June 2023
Rosemary Strachen
Wine Library presents Sydney artist Rosemary Strachen
We will be transforming WL into an art gallery to exhibit Rose's latest collection. Gallery Day Sunday 11th June

Rosemary Strachen 
is a Sydney based contemporary artist whose multidimensional practice encompasses sculpture, installations, painting and graffiti. Her work employs repetition and pattern making.

Strachen's practise explores the connections between things. Deep listening. A need to express the deeper energy and meaning. There is an obligation to share the connection she feels to all people and the environment.

‘I’ve always known who I am. An artist. When I was three I told my mother “ I am an artist.” My head is always overflowing with ideas…the ones that come out are the noisiest, the most persistent."
 Sunday 11th June 2023
Where: Wine Library
Time: from 2pm
Cost: Free entry
What's included: Nibbles & refreshments
Optional: All art will be available for sale including smaller sized prints
How to book: Follow the link below.
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Giuseppe Quintarelli wine dinner 


We are thrilled to invite you to our upcoming Quintarelli wine dinner.

This exclusive event is an opportunity for wine connoisseurs and food enthusiasts alike to come together and indulge in the exceptional wines of Giuseppe Quintarelli.

The master of Veneto needs no introduction but for those who would like to know a little about his history see below. 

In the 1927 Silvio Quintarelli acquired Monte Cá Paletta in Negrar di Valpolicella where the family continues to operate and cultivate its oldest vines. Giuseppe learnt how to make wine from his father and after the military levy (1951) came back to continue the family business. Giuseppe achieved worldwide acclaim for his old-school approach to winemaking.

Today his daughter, Fiorenza and her family runs the entire production counting 11ha of lands under vines.

During this memorable evening, you will have the opportunity to taste a selection of the finest Quintarelli wines, expertly paired with a delicious five-course meal designed by our talented chef Matheus Costa.
Our invited sommelier and wine importer Andreas Puhar will guide you through each wine and provide insights into the history and production of this iconic Italian winery.

As a guest, you will have the opportunity to mingle with fellow wine lovers, learn about the art of winemaking, and indulge in a gastronomic experience like no other. Tickets for this event are limited to only 12 people so please reserve your spot as soon as possible by following the link below. We look forward to welcoming you to our Quintarelli wine dinner and sharing an unforgettable evening of exquisite wine and cuisine.
Date: Thursday 27th of April 2023
Time: from 7pm
Where: Wine Library upstairs
Price: $395 pp.
What's included: 5-course shared menu with wine

A masterclass with 

We are thrilled to invite you to our upcoming masterclass with Brad Hickey from Brash Higgins wines.
We will be tasting Brad's latest release while exploring the unique perspective on the ancient winemaking vessel the amphora 🏺

Brad Hickey first came to Australia in 2007 to work vintage with renowned South Australian winemaker, Chris Ringland. It was here the Aussies bestowed the bright-eyed and brash New Yorker with the nickname Brash Higgins, and where he met his partner and fellow vigneron Nicole Thorpe. Their 17-acre vineyard in McLaren Vale has been certified organic since 2017. Inspired by the Italian amphora-fermented wines of Sicily and Friuli, BH ferment several of their wines in bespoke amphora by Adelaide potter John Bennett.
Date: Wednesday 10th of May 2023
Time: 6pm
Where: Wine Library dining room
Price: $75 pp.
What's included: wine masterclass small snack tasting platter
How to Book: Follow the link below

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Wyalba x Wine Library event