Jacob’s Tower, a vintage sparkling tower experience for Sydneysiders

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Celebrating the launch of the latest premium vintage sparkling wine, South Australian-based Jacob is offering a bookable sparkling tower experience for Sydney residents for the month of November coming right to your house.

Featuring three tiers of sparkling wine, Jacob’s Tower will be travelling around to eight Sydney households during November and bringing all the elements needed for a sparkling wine tower, Jacob wine expert Kristy Farrell, a delicious antipasto board from The Grounds and of course, the pièce de résistance, Jacob.

With research finding that 61% of Australians have enjoyed drinking at home, the team at Jacob took it upon themselves to up the ante by offering a sparkling tower experience at home.

Valued at over $500 for the special one-off price of $150, JACOB’S Tower will run from 6–8pm every Friday and Saturday night in November, for a group of between 7-14 people (18+ only), and is strictly bookings only – so get in quick before you miss out!

“It’s been a challenging year for a lot of Australians and now that we are heading into the summer and festive season and seeing restrictions in some states ease, people are looking to those affordable luxuries that are easily accessible,” Jacob Winemaker Trina Smith says.

“Research has revealed one in four Aussies, are seeking out affordable luxury in alcohol, and of those seeking it out, 42% are more likely to be drinking sparkling wine. So, we are really excited to launch Jacob to celebrate everyday moments as well as important milestones.”

Jacob sparkling wine is comprised of the trinity of traditional Sparkling varieties Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, all sourced from Trina’s most prized premium grape growers in South Australia, namely the Adelaide Hills. The resulting wine is full of complex and distinctive brioche and nougat characters thanks to the extended maturation period of 32 months.

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Sean Carroll

Since joining ManSpace magazine and thanks to the 'In the Drink' section, I've progressed from a strictly Carlton Draught/ VB drinker to a Carlton Draught/ VB drinker that occasionally tries some super weird fruity things. I think we can call that progress.

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