Rendezvous Scarbrough’s Robert Oatley Wine Degustation Dinner to take diners on journey across WA

Wendelin Ulrich
Wendelin Ulrich

POACHED Manjimup marron and Margaret River venison paired with Robert Oatley wines are just a sample of what diners can expect at a five-course degustation dinner at Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough on September 14.

The Robert Oatley Wine Degustation Dinner – a collaboration between wine maker Darren Jahn and Rendezvous executive chef Wendelin Ulrich – will feature fresh West Australian produce matched with an array of wines.

Having recently come together as part of a hotel partnership, Ulrich said it only made sense for the duo to hold an evening together.

“We have recently brought Oatley on board as our new wine partnership and we thought it be a nice idea to start doing tasting and pairings,” he said.

“It will be an amazing night of wine and food, in an intimate interactive setting, room overlooking the ocean.

“Diners will also get an introduction of wines and meals.”

Following on from a successful honey degustation dinner, the latest menu has been two months in the making also features swordfish, Dardanup sirloin, dessert and a cheese course.

“We pride ourselves in delivering a world class menu selection to our hotel and event guests,” Ulrich said.

“Each menu item is hand crafted meticulously, with countless hours of behind the scenes to ensure that food is not only delicious, but sourced from local farmers with seasonality in mind.

“Our team genuinely cares about supporting humane and sustainable practices and this approach has led us to develop close relationships with local farmers, ensuring that we have access to the freshest fruit and vegetables for our menus.”

Tickets are $99 per person. To book, visit


WHAT: Robert Oatley Wine Degustation Dinner

WHERE: Rendezvous Hotel Perth – 148 The Esplanade Scarborough

WHEN: Thursday September 14 at 6.30pm



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