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English Wine Week is approaching, so don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity at The Dorchester’s Grill Room, where diners can appreciate the depth and quality of English wines. The restaurant
will be showcasing some of the finest home-produced wines selected by Peter McCombie MW, all ideally suited to light spring and summertime dishes. The Warden Abbey Vineyard Bacchus 2001 has been
winning awards since it’s first vintage in 1990, while the Sharpham Dart Valley Reserve 2000 from south Devon is an aromatic and delicately fruity wine, skilfully aged in oak. Then there’s the
Merret Cavendish, selected for its quality and sheer drinkability. Certain dishes on The Grill Room’s new spring menu, such as the warm scallop and endive salad, pan-fried gilthead bream with
slow-cooked red onions and young courgettes, are best suited to the acidity levels of each of the wines.
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