It’s broadly appreciated that New Zealand isn’t all about Sauvignon Blanc! We’re holding a fantastic wine dinner on Thursday 7th February 2019 to enhance this further with Demetri Walters MW of Berry Bros & Rudd , Ben Hawkins of Fields, Morris & Verdin and our Head Chef, Jack Levine, cooking dishes to match.
Neudorf have been making world class, site specific Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in Nelson, New Zealand since the seventies. But just how good and different are these wines when showcased against the classics from Burgundy, the spiritual home and undisputed champion of these two noble grape varieties? We are certainly not trying to settle the new world versus old world debate, as this is impossible, but hopefully it’ll highlight both regions’ intrinsic qualities and differences, whilst championing Neudorf, Burgundy, these two great grape varieties and the joy of top class winemaking.
£70 per person, payable upon booking, transferable but non-refundable. £65 per person if purchased before 24th December 2018. The Aperitivo will be served in the oak room from 6.45pm with dinner served sharp at 7.30pm. Bookings are not confirmed until full payment has been recieved. Please inform us in advance if you or any of your party have any allergies as we will be unable to make changes to the dishes without prior notice. If you wish to book a room, a discount of 10% is available – quote WINE DINNER.
2016 Raventós I Blanc, Blanc de Blancs, Brut, Catalonia
2016 Chablis ‘Le Bas de Chapelot’, Domaine Eleni et Edouard Vocoret
2017 Rosie’s Block Chardonnay, Neudorf
SOUTH COAST TURBOT
2015 Saint Aubin, 1er Cru Murgers des Dents de Chiens, Benjamin Leroux
2015 Moutere Chardonnay, Neudorf
2016 Santenay ‘Les Hâtes, David Moreau
2012 Tom’s Block Pinot Noir, Neudorf
MERSEA ISLAND LAMB
2014 Nuits-St-George, Clos de la Maréchale, 1er Cru, J.F. Mugnier
2015 Moutere Pinot Noir, Neudorf
BARON BIGOD, VINTAGE COMTÉ
2014 Arbois Savagnin, Domaine Tissot, Jura