Winemakers' Dinners in Fenchurch
05 Sep 2017

Our exclusive Winemakers' Dinner series continues, 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 17th October - Krug Champagne, France

• Wednesday 25th October - Gérard Bertrand Languedoc, France - SOLD OUT

• Wednesday 1st November – Bock and Béres, Hungary

• Monday 13th November - Le Soula, Roussillon, France

 

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 here and book your seat at the table for a night to remember - alternatively email Marc at: marc.redl@rhubarb.co.uk.

 

More About Krug Champagne…
Krug was established in 1843 and has since specialised in producing only prestige and specialised champagnes. Krug is the only firm still producing all its champagne in small oak casks, an essential element for developing Krug's intense bouquet and complex flavours. Today, Henri, Rémi and Olivier Krug, who supervise every step of production, tasting and blending, represent the 5th and 6th generations.

With long periods of maturation (6-8 years), Krug champagne continues to age gracefully after release, developing an intensely rich, nutty flavour whilst remaining remarkably fresh.

All Krug champagnes are bottled during a single session, thirty weeks after the harvest. Once bottled, they are kept in the house’s cellars in Reims. Krug characterizes this final stage of its winemaking process through extended ageing on the lees. Indeed, Krug’s main champagne, Krug Grande Cuvée stays in the cellars for at least six years, Krug Rosé for five years, and Krug Vintage, Krug Clos du Mesnil and Krug Clos d’Ambonnay for at least ten years.

Krug’s finest champagne is Clos du Mesnil, a 100%-Chardonnay based champagne that comes from a small walled vineyard at Le Mesnil-sur-Oger. It is one of the world’s greatest Blanc de Blanc champagnes.


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