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Universal Restaurant in Sydney collaborates with Seppeltsfield Estate Vineyard

The opportunity to sample some of Australia’s most exquisite fortified wines and Australian delicacies matched in an elegant location comes around about as often as a fine vintage. So there’s little doubt many wine lovers in Sydney will be pleased to know the Universal Restaurant Fortified Wine Dinner is taking place Wednesday 23rd September.

Renowned Sydney chef Christine Mansfield, in collaboration with Seppeltsfield Estate Vineyard, is offering gastronomes a one-off dining experience at Universal Restaurant in Sydney to bring together a love of wine and superb Modern Australian cuisine.

The stunning wines will be complemented by a four-course gourmet tasting menu specially prepared by Mansfield herself for the occasion, with the wines to be presented by winemaker James Godfrey.

An esteemed industry stalwart established in 1851 in the heart of South Australia’s Barossa Valley, Seppeltsfield Estate Vineyard has produced some of the world’s finest wine and boasts one of the most diverse, comprehensive collections of fortified wines. Undoubtedly one of the finest wines in the barrel is the Seppeltsfield Paramount XO Tawny, which will be matched with a spectacular dessert on the night.

The dining experience, a steal at $110 per person and is a must for any food and wine lover.

For bookings contact Universal Restaurant: 02 9331 0709 or

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