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 Tuesday 30th April -  SOLD OUT

Wednesday 1st May  SOLD OUT


The Return of the Cape Crusader

South African wine dinner   

In his annual South African Wine Report, highly regarded English wine journalist Tim Atkin MW has stated that “South Africa is currently the most exciting New World wine producing nation on the planet”.

There has been a remarkable transformation over the last few decades in the Cape and there is a real buzz in the air with a whole generation of new young wine makers making some wonderful wines from old vines and in many cases newer regions. 

  Alistair Gibson from Heritage Cellars, lived in Cape Town for a number of years and visits this beautiful wine region regularly. Alistair will of just returned from 2 weeks travelling in the the Cape Wine lands prior’s to this dinner and he will present some wines from his trip paired with a four course dinner advised by Chef Gary Pearce and his team. 


7.15 for 7.30pm

 £85 per person includes a 4-course dinner,

canapés, coffee and all wine



Wednesday 26th June - limited availability

Loire Wine Dinner

Restaurant 36 on the Quay is delighted to present a very special wine evening hosted by Laurent Onillon of Langlois,

one of the finest producers in the Loire Valley.


The business was founded in 1885 with the marriage of Edouard Langlois and Jeanne Chateau and has been specialising in the wines of the Loire for more than 130 years. This year sees the next exciting chapter in the history of this famous wine company with the unveiling of new wines and a fresh focus on its Saumur and Sancerre vineyards and Restaurant 36 on the Quay is proud to be part of this celebration. 


Laurent Onillon will guide guests through some amazing wines over a specially selected four-course gourmet dinner devised by Gary Pearce

and his team. This promises to be a wonderful evening of fine wine and food. These evenings are always very popular and so early booking is recommended.

7.15 for 7.30pm

 £90 per person includes a 4-course dinner,

canapés, coffee and all wine


Wednesday 17th July  - SOLD OUT

Pinot Noir - “The Heartbreak Grape” 

Wine Dinner 


Pinot Noir is notoriously difficult to grow and even in its natural heartland of Burgundy, the challenge can often lead to ‘heartbreak’ for both grower and consumer alike. However, when Pinot Noir is at its best it can produce some of the world's most satisfying wines. Today Pinot Noir is grown throughout many of the world's vineyard regions and for many winemakers it is the ‘holy grail’. But it is not just red wine, Pinot Noir is also found in Champagne and sparkling wines, and indeed we have even tracked down some white Pinot Noir.  

So come and join Clive Ashby of Mentzendorff and Co and Alistair Gibson of Heritage Cellars on their Pinot Noir quest, Chef Gary Pearce and his team have devised a wonderful 4 course menu which has been paired with a range of Pinot Noirs from around the world - you may well even be in for a surprise. 

7.15 for 7.30pm

 £90 per person includes a 4-course dinner,

canapés, coffee and all wine

Rioja Competition winner


£20 per person non-refundable deposit is

required at the time of booking

The menu and wines are set and

no alternatives are available on the day.

Due to the nature of these events, the only dietary requirement

we are able to accommodate is gluten free diet.

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