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75 Years of Porsche
Officially approved Porsche Club 52
 Wednesday, 2 March 2022

Inaugural Porsche Club of Victoria Food and Wine Appreciation Dinner

Upstairs in “The Tea Room” at The European.

Wednesday, 2nd March 2022

Welcome to the first of a new series of events for PCV. Run quarterly, the Wine & Food dinners are a new initiative designed to introduce members to the cream of Melbourne’s restaurants with a specific focus on outstanding food and wine. These events are aimed at enthusiasts, those interested in learning more about food and especially wine, and members who are just wanting a great social dining experience with fellow PCV members.

If you’ve always wanted to learn more about Australian and international wines or simply want to enjoy some of the world’s best food and wines in a great setting then this is the event for you. Each course of the meal will be accompanied by explanations of the matched wines and will cater for all levels of wine knowledge from beginner upwards. Group discussion and questions are both encouraged and welcomed and we are pleased to have the restaurant Group Sommelier attending our dinner to introduce the wines and assist members to enjoy them to the fullest.

Our inaugural 5-course event will be held upstairs in “The Tea Room” private dining space, part of The European group on Spring Street in Melbourne’s CBD. A beautiful room with wood-panelled walls and high ceilings, The Tea Room is the perfect space for a classic food & wine event. The European is a Melbourne restaurant institution and a renowned venue.

To celebrate Porsche’s ongoing success in France with 17 wins at Le Mans our evening will be French-themed throughout, commencing with Champagne and Canapés on arrival, and modern French dishes to follow. Each course will be accompanied by outstanding French wines from areas such as Burgundy and the Rhone Valley (two wines with each course) and our Sommelier will introduce the wines and answer your questions.

This event promises to be a wonderful evening and places are strictly limited due to the nature of the event. Want more details? Please call the event co-ordinator Greg Burns on 0409 593 220.


Arrival time: Members should aim to arrive at 6:30PM. Event will finish at 10:00PM.

Address: The Tea Room, above City Wine Shop, 159 Spring St, Melbourne.

Access to “The Tea Room”:  Access is typically Melbourne - head through the unlabelled wooden door immediately adjacent to City Wine Shop on the right and go up the stairs. The Tea Room is on the left on the first landing. You will be greeted on arrival.

Cost: $216 per person. Includes 5-course French-themed dinner with matched French wines for all courses. All other beverages are charged on consumption to the individual guest.

Dietaries: Contact co-ordinator Greg Burns 0409 593 220 directly to discuss.

Maximum: 30 persons due to venue.

Deadline: 12 noon Wednesday 16 February

Refunds: No refunds will be provided for cancellations if a replacement from the waiting list isn't found.

Contact person: Greg Burns 0409 593220.

Bookings:  Click Here to go onto the wait list  

Driving Obligations: This event is being conducted under the auspices of the Porsche Club Victoria. PCV requests that members do not drive to this event due to the likely consumption of alcohol. Various forms of transport are readily available due to the central city location of the venue.



The following regulatory and hygiene practices will be required of all attendees at Social Runs & Events (including Register Runs), until further notice:

Government requirements:

Federal, State, Territory and Local Public Health guidelines are required to be followed in the running of all Social Runs.

Proof of full vaccination at check-in:

On arrival at events, you will be asked to show evidence of your Covid vaccination status. This can best be done by uploading your vaccination certificate to the Victoria Service App.


All attendees, including entrants and officials are required to pre-register for the event, noting the limit on permitted numbers. A list of registered attendees and officials will be provided to Venue(s) Staff. Only authorised attendees will be allowed access.

Social distancing:

Under no circumstances are attendees at Social Runs to enter non-public areas of Venues and must demonstrate social distancing requirements and remain 1.5 metres apart. Venues will arrange seating where appropriate to comply with government rules. Masks should be used in accordance with government rules.


The Porsche Club of Victoria would appreciate all attendees adhere to these requirements. Attendees, please follow all instructions given by Club Officials and Venue Staff during the event, as they have your best interests at heart.

In conclusion:

The Porsche Club of Victoria wishes to thank you for co-operating with these COVID-19 requirements and wish that you have an enjoyable day at this PCV Social event. Any constructive feedback would be appreciated; forwarding any suggestions via email to

Acceptance of requirements:

Acceptance of these requirements will form part of the Entry Form as an attachment to this PCV Social event.