Christmas Claret Dinner, Saturday 7th December 2019

Christmas Claret Dinner, Saturday 7th December 2019

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Christmas Claret Dinner, Saturday 7th December 2019


Join us in the Napoleon Cellar, far away from the Christmas shopping chaos, to indulge in the art of conversation, excellent wines, wonderful food and good company. We will be serving two white wines – one dry for the starter and one sweet for the pudding. Two Clarets will accompany the main course and two more will be served alongside the cheese. Stewart Turner, our Head Chef, will design a menu to perfectly match the wine selection. This is set to be a memorable evening savouring a selection of Bordeaux’s finest wines in our historic Napoleon Cellar. Hosted by Mark Scholfield, Head of Events & Education
Wines to be tasted:

Berry Bros. & Rudd Champagne by Mailly, Grand Cru, Brut
2016 Château Villa Bel-Air Blanc, Graves
2011 Château Langoa Barton, St Julien
2011 Château Rauzan-Ségla, Margaux
2011 Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pauillac
2007 Château Haut-Bailly, Pessac-Léognan
2015 Berry Bros. & Rudd Sauternes by Château Climens
Dress code: smart casual
NB Wines for this event have been chosen from Berry Bros. & Rudd’s historic stock and may not be available to order following the event.
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Whether a lavish six-course banquet in our Sussex Cellar or a more intimate affair in the Long Room, we host a range of dinners focusing on wine regions, styles or producers. After a drinks reception and introduction from your host, you will sit down to enjoy a selection of remarkable wines matched with equally impressive food.

Our Head Chef Stewart Turner will design a menu to complement the wines you taste, while between each delicious course your expert host will guide you through the wines in front of you, giving you the opportunity to discuss their styles and ask questions.