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‘Supra’ is the name given to a traditional, peasant feast in Georgia, the oldest wine-producing region in the world. To celebrate this custom, 12 winemakers from the Caucasian state are coming to
Terroirs in Covent Garden, for one night only this month.
Guests will be served wine from each of the producers, including those made from distinct grape varieties such as Mitsvane and Chinuri. The wines will accompany an array of traditional Georgian
dishes such as spring vegetables with walnuts and marigold paste or lamb stew with plums and tarragon.
To complete the Georgian Supra experience, guests can enjoy a display of polyphonic singing – an ancient tradition once practised in the country’s vineyards.
The Georgian food-and-wine evening takes place on Tuesday 19 March from 7.30pm. Tickets cost £55 and can be purchased by calling 020 7030 0660 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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