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First Look: Wolf Blass Marquee by Bromley

First look inside the Wolf Blass Marquee designed by David Bromley. Photo: Supplied.

First look inside the Wolf Blass Marquee designed by David Bromley. Photo: Supplied.

Acclaimed Australian artist David Bromley has worked his magic on the breathtaking new Wolf Blass Marquee in the Birdcage enclosure at this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival.

The impressive interiors were all meticulously handpicked by Bromley himself.

Wolf Blass will offer guests a rare experience – a taste of the 2014 Wolf Blass Black Label Cabernet Shiraz Malbec straight from the wine barrel, that won’t be released to the public until 2018.

David Bromley with his painting of Wolf Blass. Photo: Supplied

David Bromley with his painting of Wolf Blass. Photo: Supplied

 

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Chris Hatcher drawing wine from the barrel. Photo: Supplied.

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The bar. Photo: Supplied

The @bromleyandco art featured inside and out of the @wolfblasswines Birdcage Marquee, absolutely breathtaking! #wolfblass #BromleyandCo #MelbCupCarnival

A photo posted by Flemington Racecourse (@flemingtonvrc) on

With only a few days to go, this marquee is getting us seriously excited! What a collaboration, @wolfblasswines X @bromleyandco! #springracing #wolfblass #bromley

A photo posted by Kate & Co. (@katecopr) on

 

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