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WINE DINNERS

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UPCOMING WINE DINNERS

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Wednesday 13th December SOLD OUT

Thursday 14th December -  late cancellation ! 1 table available !

The Christmas Seafood Supper - Wine Dinner

Emsworth’s Lobster Pot Christmas Tree has become a much-loved local tradition, adding a unique feel to Emsworth’s Christmas celebrations.

To celebrate this and Emsworth’s fishing heritage, join us for special 4-course gourmet seafood dinner which has been devised by Gary Pearce and his team. Each course will be accompanied by a wine specially selected by local wine raconteur Alistair Gibson. The evening will begin with a glass of sparkling wine and then over the course of the evening Alistair will give guests a little background on each of the wines and why they were chosen to match the menu and the dinner will conclude with a glass of festive Port. These evenings are always very popular and so early booking is recommended.

 

7.15 for 7.45pm

£85 per person includes a 4-course dinner,

canapés, coffee and all wine

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Wednesday 24th January - 4 tables left

A Voyage to the East 
Wine Dinner


We are starting the new year with a wine dinner

with a Far Eastern twist.

Gary and his team in the kitchen have devised a menu with dishes that offer a nod to some of the flavors of the East,

from Thailand to Singapore and incorporated many of them

in a wonderfully entertaining menu.

As for the wines, well this is where the wines from the Pacific rim come into their own and Alistair Gibson has used his imagination to pair some ‘New World’ classics with the dishes. 


This should be something a little different, something to banish the January blues and maybe think about warmer days ahead?

7.15 for 7.45pm

 £75 per person includes a 4-course dinner,

canapés, coffee and all wine

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Thursday 14th March

 

A trip down the Douro River
Wine Dinner 

From its source in the Spanish region of Castilla y León to its mouth in the Portuguese city of Oporto, the Douro River runs for 897 km.

 

A long journey that creates impressive natural riches, this is truly one of the great wine rivers. From the red wines of Ribera del Duero through to the one of the worlds great wine styles, Port, the Duoro River (or Duero in Spain) produces some of the most remarkable wines, many of which are perhaps less well known here than they deserve to be. 

Hosted by Alistair Gibson of Heritage Cellars, come and join use for a

4-course gourmet dinner devised by Gary Pearce and his team with wines to match, as we take a trip along the banks of this beautiful river. 
 

7.15 for 7.45pm

 £85 per person includes a 4-course dinner,

canapés, coffee and all wine

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