Italian Masterclass



We are proud to unveil the most recent treasures to our collection of imported wines. From the heart of Tuscany we introduce two world-class producers, Talosa & Terre Nere.

In celebration of the addition of these two premium producers to our portfolio, we invite you to join us on the 26th of MAY for our ITALIAN MASTERCLASS. You will enjoy an exclusive tasting of these brand new additions alongside a selection of our other imported wines and Italian varietals grown right here at SOUMAH’s Hexham Vineyard!

Choose either the 12pm or 3pm Masterclass and enjoy a tutored tasting with owner, Brett Butcher of the following TEN wines accompanied by Italian Cheese and fresh Ciabatta:

  • 2023 SOUMAH Single Vineyard Orchards Pinot Grigio
  • 2023 Castel Nuovo Pinot Grigio Garda DOC (Italian Import)
  • 2021 Tarlao Pinot Bianco Aquileia DOC Poc Ma Bon (Italian Import)
  • 2023 SOUMAH Single Vineyard Marzemino
  • 2018 Cantina D’Isera Marzemino Trentino DOC (Italian Import)
  • 2020 SOUMAH Single Vineyard Nebbiolo
  • 2018 Ellena Giuseppe Barolo La Morra Nebbiolo (Italian Import)
  • 2019 Talosa Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG (Italian Import)
  • 2018 Terre Nere Brunello di Montalcino DOCG (Italian Import)
  • NV d’Soumah Brachetto Frizzante


DATE: Sunday 26th of May
TIME: 12pm OR 3pm
WHERE: SOUMAH’s Premium Wine Room
COST: $50.00 per person


Please email sales@soumah.com.au or call us on 03 5962 4716 to reserve your space.

If you wish to book a table for lunch after the 12pm class or before the 3pm class please let us know at time of booking!


Italian Masterclass

Founded in 1972 by renowned entrepreneur Angelo Jacorossi, Talosa was one of the first wineries in Montepulciano to undertake the quest for fine quality which brought the Vino Nobile de Montepulciano appellation to the heights of Tuscan winemaking. 


Italian Masterclass

Terre Nere was founded in 1996 by Pasquale Vallone when he was out hunting with his winemaker friend. The pair came across 15ha of uncultivated land for sale, 10km south-east of Montalcino. Pasquale immediately saw a real opportunity and purchased the land. Pasquale and family begun planting the first cuttings in the vineyards in 1997 during their weekends and before long they had 10ha under vine.