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New Zealand’s Trinity Hill winery – maker of the fabulous 2007 Homage Syrah (the first New Zealand red to be awarded more than 95 points by Robert Parker), the 2014 Hawkes Bay Sauvignon Blanc (which has been confused with Sancerre in expert tastings), and the award-winning 2012 Gimblett Gravels Chardonnay – is bringing seven of its most prestigious wines to the City’s Bleeding Heart restaurant for a special wine dinner, as part of Bleeding Heart’s series of Magnum Club Dinners.
Diners will be able to sample each of the above wines, plus four more stunners, as part of a five-course meal in the restaurant’s atmospheric private room, The Crypt. Dishes will include tempura mussels from New Zealand with citrus vinaigrette and herb jelly, and slow-braised Suffolk lamb with sweet potato dauphinoise, confit shallots and rosemary jus. Trinity Hill’s John Hancock will host the evening, providing anecdotes and information about each wine in the line-up.
This event takes place on 22 September; tickets cost £89.50, including food, wine, coffee and petits fours and service. To book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7768 6456.
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