Earlier this month we hosted our annual, infamous Super Bowl party. Whilst the game was a little slower paced compared to other years, it was still a great turnout with plenty of clients, colleagues and friends coming along for a catch up, to network and socialise. Thanks for taking the time to drop by!
AEA’s Melbourne office supported Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday, 25th of May. Thank you to everyone who donated to this fantastic cause and contributed to a nice morning.
Another successful weekend bottling some of the best sparkling wine in the Hunter Valley (yes, we’re biased!). The AEA team from around Australia were invited to a team building weekend of bottling, labelling, wine/beer tasting, egg collecting, and of course feasting and fun. AEA Director, Phil Hitchcock, is an expert winemaker/crusher/fermenter, judge and connoisseur. We were all privileged to join him at his farm/winery to lend a hand. The sparkling was made using the Traditional Method. What’s that? Glad you asked. Traditional Method (or méthode traditionelle) is an official, technical term denoting a specific method and process associated with the production of Champagne and other bottle-fermented sparkling wines. A huge thanks to Phil for having us and to Scarlett for organising. Weather was perfect and company was great. Looking forward to tasting the sparkling when it’s ready!