We welcome you to our Wine Tasting Dinner with Peter Watts Wines on Friday 10th May,
with a custom-curated choice of dishes and gorgeous wine pairings for each dish.

For more information, see our event page here.

On Arrival


Pork terrine, sage mayo, apple batons, puffed pork and crackling

Goat’s cheese mousse, pickled golden beetroot, beetroot gel, pastry base

Pichon Blanc de Blanc Brut Classic, France (vg)
The Pichon family are winegrowers from father to son; Claude Michel Pichon represents the sixth generation. After 12 years as a winemaker & buyer in Loire Valley, Claude took over the family estate in 2006, succeeding his father. Charming fizz, very much in the style of Crémant de Loire.

First Course

Panko sweet potato fingers, katsu sauce, pickled cucumber vg

Hunawhir Gewurztraminer Reserve, Alsace, France (vg)
This small co-operative, founded in 1954, has 110 members & 200 hectares of vineyard in the Alsace. The slopes surrounding Hunawihr are some of the most celebrated in Alsace for grape growing. The wine has 4 months in stainless steel tanks to help settle before filtration. This wine is straw yellow in colour with silvery tints. On the nose are aromas of mango, lychee, & rose petal. Full-bodied, this off-dry wine has a refreshing acidity with hints of exotic fruit lingering on the finish.

Main Course

Chicken supreme, Tuscan potatoes, roasted red pepper, tenderstem broccoli, chorizo, red pepper coulis, marbled basil cream gf

Torrent Bay Sauvignon Blanc, Nelson, New Zealand
From the beautiful Nelson area on the South Island of New Zealand. This Sauvignon Blanc captures the fresh and clean flavours of gooseberries, currants, capsicum and hints of lime. Refreshingly dry it is to be enjoyed with your favourite summer dishes.


Mixed berry Eton Mess

Patritti Bubbly Pink Moscato, Australia (vg)
The Patritti family have nearly a century of winemaking under their belt; their Italian heritage shines through the wines they create. On the sweeter side with berries and cherries through the palate, pairing perfectly with a delicious Eton mess.

Cheese Taster

Baron Bigod

An award-winning, soft cheese, based on the traditional French farmhouse Brie de Meaux. Made by award-winning Fen Farm in Suffolk, using their own grass-fed Montbéliarde cow’s milk, every stage of this process is done entirely by hand.
Tasting Notes: Creamy, smooth texture, with a long, warm, earthy finish and mushroom notes.

Messias LBV Port
Caves Messias is a historic Port Wine producer, world famous for both their Vintage and Colheita Ports. The company was founded in 1926 by Messias Baptista and has remained in his descendants’ hands to this day.
Deep garnet in the glass, it delights with rich notions of mulberry, blackberry, cocoa and baking spices. Sweet, round and mouth-filling with a good depth of fruit.