Spanish Wine Tasting

Spanish_Wine_Fair_2010_-_0178.jpgLast week’s Spanish wine tasting, in partnership with Square Meal, was a resounding success enjoyed by a record 375 visitors. Wine flowed as guests enjoyed cava and sherry alongside wines from regions such as Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Priorato, Cigales, Rueda and Navarra, while six well-known Spanish restaurants excelled themselves with some dazzling offerings.

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Highlights included prawns with piquillo peppers and capers served by Casa Brindisa, cod brandade with tomato hearts from El Faro and smoked cod with Cordoban gazpacho dished up by Camino.

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‘It was marvellous to see so many people learning about why certain wines marry so well with our foods,’ said organiser Maria Jose Sevilla. If you missed the fun this year, watch this space for tickets in early 2011.


Last week’s Spanish tasting, in partnership with Square Meal, was a resounding success enjoyed by a record 375 visitors. Wine flowed as guests enjoyed cava and sherry alongside wines from regions like Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Priorato, Cigales, Rueda and Navarra, while six well-known Spanish restaurants excelled themselves with some dazzling offerings. Highlights included prawns with piquillo peppers and capers served by Casa Brindisa, cod brandade with tomato hearts from El Faro and smoked cod with Cordoban gazpacho dished up by Camino. ‘It was marvellous to see so many people learning about why certain wines marry so well with our foods,’ said organiser Maria Jose Sevilla. If you missed the fun this year, watch this space for tickets in early 2011.


Wines from Spain 2011

Last week’s Spanish tasting, in partnership with Square Meal, was a resounding success enjoyed by a record 375 visitors. Wine flowed as guests enjoyed cava and sherry alongside wines from regions like Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Priorato, Cigales, Rueda and Navarra, while six well-known Spanish restaurants excelled themselves with some dazzling offerings. Highlights included prawns with piquillo peppers and capers served by Casa Brindisa, cod brandade with tomato hearts from El Faro and smoked cod with Cordoban gazpacho dished up by Camino. ‘It was marvellous to see so many people learning about why certain wines marry so well with our foods,’ said organiser Maria Jose Sevilla. If you missed the fun this year, watch this space for tickets in early 2011.