Fenchurch's Winemakers Dinner Series Continues...
23 Oct 2018

Our exclusive Winemakers' Dinner series continues this summer, hosted by well-renowned winemakers from all over the world.

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...

Tuesday 23rd October - Ramón Bilbao and Mar de Frades, Spain

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 priced at just £125pp.


More about the winemakers...

Ramón Bilbao

Hailed as one of Spain’s most innovative producers, Ramón Bilbao was established back in 1924 in the heart of Rioja’s wine region. Ramón Bilbao was a man ahead of his time who sought to travel the whole world and this notion of brave adventure is still strongly ingrained into the essence of the estate. The winery boasts 180 hectares of vineyards, in unique settings throughout the region, which stand out due to their altitude and the proximity to mountainside areas.

The winemaking philosophy is driven by Rodolfo Bastida, who is committed to crafting wines that express the grapes and terroir. Rioja born and bred, Bastida was appointed chief winemaker in 1999 and began pursuing more elegant wines, rebelling against the oaky characteristics of the region to define a new Rioja style: powerful and structured with balanced acidity and freshness.

Mar de Frades

Mar de Frades, meaning ‘Sea of Friars’ in Galego, was launched in 1987, and its history runs parallel to that of the Rías Baixas (Denomination of Origin), renowned for the indigenous Albariño grape. As a pioneering winery in the Galicia region of north-western Spain, Mar de Frades represents the deep-rooted tradition of wine-making in the Salnés Valley and the historic capital of Albariño; the very place where the legend of this grape variety began and where the most sophisticated white wines in Spain are produced.

In Rías Baixas’ unique climate, Albariño shares the same mineral-rich soils and cool climate as the world’s other renowned white wine-producing regions, including France’s Loire Valley, New Zealand, and the Rhine region of Germany.