This month's National Cool Climate Wine Show is undergoing a few changes that are set to enrich the experience for wine lovers.
For the first time, the wine show will feature a sensory masterclass, hosted by wine glass company Riedel.
Wine show publicity officer Dr Donald Alexander said it would be a great inclusion to the event.
"Riedel came on board this year as a major sponsor, which they've never done before ... they offered us the chance to have this master class and we thought it would be a great opportunity," he said.
The masterclass will examine wine glass design and manufacturing and feature four top class cool climate wines from high-profile growing areas, including Bathurst and Orange.
The event will be held on Friday, October 25. Tickets can be purchased via the National Cool Climate Wine Show Facebook page.
Ticket holders will receive four glasses, valued at $199, as part of their ticket price.
Another change to this year's show is the move of the public tasting to the Saturday night.
It is expected to be a popular event, thanks largely to better promotion of it in Penrith, the Blue Mountains and Katoomba areas.
The show has received around 800 entries this year, many of which will be on offer at the tasting event.
"You have the chance to try over 650, 700 cool climate wines from all of the growing areas within Australia," Dr Alexander said.
For more information about the tasting or to buy tickets, visit the show's Facebook page.