Wine Dinner: Moorooduc Estate x GOMA Restaurant
With Kate McIntyre, Master of Wine

6.00PM Wed 25 Aug 2021
GOMA | GOMA Restaurant | Cancelled


Join us for an intimate food and wine experience in the hatted GOMA Restaurant with Master of Wine and Moorooduc Estate winemaker Kate McIntyre and BJ Jull, QLD State Manager at Bacchus Wine Merchant. Degustation Menu created by GOMA Restaurant chef Matt Blackwell.

Menu by Matt Blackwell, Chef, GOMA Restaurant

Teriyaki glazed veal sweetbread, spiced tomato
2019 Pinot Gris on Skins

Hervey Bay scallop, foie gras, boudin noir, Manjimup black truffle
2018 Chardonnay
2018 Chardonnay Robinson Vineyard


Alaskan king crab, koshihikari rice, smoked caviar, sauce allemande
2018 The Moorooduc McIntyre Vineyard

Wagyu short rib, crispy potato, roasted bone marrow, black garlic
2018 Pinot Noir
2018 Pinot Noir Robinson Vineyard


Whipped aged Gouda, fermented honey, brioche, apricot
2018 The Moorooduc McIntyre Vineyard Pinot Noir

Bookings essential, capacity strictly limited. $230 QAGOMA Members / $243 non-Members / Book online or call (07) 3840 7278

This event has been rescheduled from Friday 30 July due to interstate travel restrictions.

Established in 1982 by Richard and Jill McIntyre, Moorooduc Estate was one of the early pioneers of the Mornington Peninsula. From the very beginning, the focus has been on high quality production, with a hands-on approach and minimal use of chemicals in the vineyards, and minimum intervention in the winery. The varietal focus has always been on Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and interpreted with a Burgundian sensibility.

Richard and Jill’s daughter, Kate, has worked in the wine industry since 1996, attained her Master of Wine in 2010, and returned to work, full time for the family business as Marketing Manager. Today, Kate is involved in all parts of the business, including the winemaking. She also runs wine education from the winery, including WSET courses, and loves to put the Moorooduc Estate wines into a world wine context! Learn more about Kate.