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Sep

23

Book now for The Cinnamon Club's Wine & Spice dinners 2015

The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen have always led the way in flying the flag for wines that can stand up to their elegantly spiced dishes. Over four courses, the group's skilled sommelier Laurent Chaniac introduces a series of fine wines from his cellars and explains just why they work so well with executive chef Vivek Singh's food.

This year's series of wine and spice dinners will concentrate on Old World wine regions, but with a few surprises. On 10 June, Cinnamon Kitchen will see some of its dishes paired with Loire wines (£60), while on 10 July, Greek wines will be the focus of a slap-up dinner at The Cinnamon Club (£90). Later in the year, on 23 September, Les Caves des Pyrènes will co-host a wine dinner at Cinnamon Kitchen, which will showcase wines from small producers, including natural wines (£60). The series will be rounded off on 16 October at The Cinnamon Club with a dinner celebrating game season, with each course paired with a Burgundy wine (£120).

Booking in advance is recommended. For more information and to book your place, visit The Cinnamon Club's website.

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The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen

Sep

23

The wines are the stars this summer at Galvin at Windows

You know how at traditional wine dinners, it's the sommelier's job to find a wine that perfectly matches the chef's dishes? Well, this year, Mayfair restaurant Galvin at Windows will turn that philosophy on its head, with four wine dinners where the wines are the true stars.

And what wines they are. Each dinner will centre around a selection of wines from a specific producer, including Champagne houses Louis Roederer and Taittinger, Burgundy vineyard Domaine Faiveley, and Second Growth Bordeaux wine producer Pichon Longueville.

The winemakers themselves will attend the dinners, talking diners through the wines and answering questions about their production. Meanwhile, guests can tuck into a four-course meal, with dishes prepared by Galvin's chef Joo Won to bring out the full potential of each wine - and, of course, take in Galvin at Window's fabulous views.

This monthly event kicks off with a Taittinger wine dinner on 12 May (£125), followed by Domaine Faiveley on 2 June (£125), Pichon Longueville on 7 July (£125) and Louis Roederer on 23 September (£150). Each event starts with a canapé reception. For more information or to book tickets, email reservations@galvinatwindows.com or call 020 7208 4021.

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Galvin at Windows, 22 Park Lane

Sep

23

Book now for The Cinnamon Club's Wine & Spice dinners 2015

The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen have always led the way in flying the flag for wines that can stand up to their elegantly spiced dishes. Over four courses, the group's skilled sommelier Laurent Chaniac introduces a series of fine wines from his cellars and explains just why they work so well with executive chef Vivek Singh's food.

This year's series of wine and spice dinners will concentrate on Old World wine regions, but with a few surprises. On 10 June, Cinnamon Kitchen will see some of its dishes paired with Loire wines (£60), while on 10 July, Greek wines will be the focus of a slap-up dinner at The Cinnamon Club (£90). Later in the year, on 23 September, Les Caves des Pyrènes will co-host a wine dinner at Cinnamon Kitchen, which will showcase wines from small producers, including natural wines (£60). The series will be rounded off on 16 October at The Cinnamon Club with a dinner celebrating game season, with each course paired with a Burgundy wine (£120).

Booking in advance is recommended. For more information and to book your place, visit The Cinnamon Club's website.

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The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen

Sep

23

The wines are the stars this summer at Galvin at Windows

You know how at traditional wine dinners, it's the sommelier's job to find a wine that perfectly matches the chef's dishes? Well, this year, Mayfair restaurant Galvin at Windows will turn that philosophy on its head, with four wine dinners where the wines are the true stars.

And what wines they are. Each dinner will centre around a selection of wines from a specific producer, including Champagne houses Louis Roederer and Taittinger, Burgundy vineyard Domaine Faiveley, and Second Growth Bordeaux wine producer Pichon Longueville.

The winemakers themselves will attend the dinners, talking diners through the wines and answering questions about their production. Meanwhile, guests can tuck into a four-course meal, with dishes prepared by Galvin's chef Joo Won to bring out the full potential of each wine - and, of course, take in Galvin at Window's fabulous views.

This monthly event kicks off with a Taittinger wine dinner on 12 May (£125), followed by Domaine Faiveley on 2 June (£125), Pichon Longueville on 7 July (£125) and Louis Roederer on 23 September (£150). Each event starts with a canapé reception. For more information or to book tickets, email reservations@galvinatwindows.com or call 020 7208 4021.

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Galvin at Windows, 22 Park Lane

Oct

8

The toast of the wine world hosts a Champagne tasting to remember

What could be better than an evening spent tasting some of the best and scarcest Champagnes in the world? Well, one tasting some of the best Champagnes in the world - including those matured in magnum and jeroboam - with wine buff par excellence Jancis Robinson MW talking you through them. This October, at exclusive wine club 67 Pall Mall, Robinson will host what promises to be the Champagne event of the year.

As part of The Finest Bubble, guests will be able to sample 11 superb-quality Champagnes side by side - five mature and rare vintages of prestige cuvée aged in different vessels. These include a 1996 Louis Roederer Cristal matured in bottle and in magnum (today magnums cost £1,278); a 1998 Krug matured in bottle, magnum and jeroboam (magnums currently cost £575); and a 1996 Pol Roger Sir Winston Churchill in both bottle and magnum (the latter of which costs £599 on today's market).

Robinson will explain in her inimitably accessible and entertaining way how, when it comes to Champagne, size matters: the same vintage ages in surprisingly different ways depending on whether it is matured in bottle, magnum or jeroboam. By tasting the same Champagne from these different vessels, guests will be able to appreciate their markedly different expressions.

This event takes place on Thursday 8 October, from 6.30-9pm. Tickets cost £395 and only 48 are available. To book yours and to find out more, visit thefinestbubble.com.

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