Fenchurch's Winemaker Dinner Series Continues...
13 Aug 2019
Our exclusive Winemakers' Dinner series continues this Autumn, hosted by well-renowned winemakers from all over the world. Join us for an evening with the prestigious wine producers from La Famille Perrin and Dom Pérignon.
Fenchurch's sommelier team regularly host world famous wine producers for an evening of fine wines, tasting notes and exquisite food pairings.
With selections of specially chosen wines for you to taste, whilst the winemakers delve into the complexities involved in blending traditional and modern winemaking techniques; reflected throughout their wine collections, these evenings are totally unique and memorable.
Join us at the top for an evening of exquisite food & the finest wines...
Tickets are perfect for individuals or small groups as everyone takes a seat at the intimate private dining table in Fenchurch's luxurious Vinoly room. Tickets include a canapé reception on the terrace, followed by a bespoke tasting menu of exceptional food, perfectly paired with superb wines.
Find out more about all of our wine dinners and book your seat at the table HERE for a night to remember - tickets are limited so don't miss out!
More about the winemakers...
La Famille Perrin
Boasting a long and rich history that dates back to the mid-16th Century, the first vine plots were purchased by the Noble Pierre de Beaucastel near the town of Courthezon at Coudoulet. Famille Perrin is the leading organic wine grower of the Southern Rhône Valley where they occupy the regions best terroirs. Their values towards nature and tradition are key to the Famille Perrin way; and this approach, with absolute respect for the soil and a commitment to manual methods has continued seamlessly for over five generations.
Dom Pérignon was the 17th Century Benedictine monk who has gone down in history as the person who "invented" Champagne. A rigorous selection process in both the vineyard and winery ensures that only the best grapes go into Dom Perignon Champagne. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are used roughly in equal proportions without one variety dominating the other. The Champagne's intensity is based in precision, with a deepy distinctive style which is inviting yet mysterious.
Book your tickets HERE.