THE WINE SCIENCE SHOW Comes to The Melbourne International Comedy Festival

THE WINE SCIENCE SHOW Comes to The Melbourne International Comedy Festival

A wine science talk with jokes, answering questions about how much wine you can drink, why you drink, and how come Hungarians are dangerous with Champagne.

This show tells the story of Dom Perignon, an often lied about icon of Champagne. His name is now associated with decadence, though as a pious monk he achieved great things without knowing why and by being a bit of a kill joy. He probably wouldn't even like the fizz his name is now synonymous with.

The Wine Science Show tells this story, gives a few great laughs, and explains how wine, and alcohol in general, impacts the body, mind and bladder.

Hosted by Luke Morris, a wine buff (Pondalowie Vineyards, Langton's), science student (La Trobe University, Laborastory) and comedian (Goldmines, Shamrock). This show is a combination of these backgrounds, with the additional use of live yeast, fizz, dirty stemware, asparagus and a blender.

Good for those keen to learn how wine, beer, spirits and attitude affect the body, or just for a laugh about drinks.

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