The success of some of Australia’s ultra-ripe wines from hot climate places like Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale has influenced many people’s perception of Australian wine, but increasingly the
country has gained an enviable reputation for cool climate wines (from places like Yarra Valley, Tasmania and Adelaide Hills) that rival Europe’s best. During a relaxed and fun dinner in the Great
Eastern Hotel's private dining room learn how different climates give the grapes and wines different characteristics, that are both elegant and food-friendly.
Guest speaker Andrew Pirie from Tamar Ridge Estate in Tasmania will guide diners through the wines during the five-course meal.
The evening will begin with a Champagne reception at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £65 per person. Call Michelle Bee on 020 7618 5032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Jansz Vintage Champagne
Devonshire crab with home-smoked salmon and caviar dressing
Yering Station Marsanne Roussane and Viognier
Pan-fried brill with a lasagne of shrimp and cep velouté
Eileen Hardy Chardonnay
Noisette of lamb, caponata of aubergine, spinach with sweetbreads and pinenuts
Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir & Cullens Merlot Cab
Chocolate crunch, chocolate sorbet
Coffee and petit fours