- Starts:November 21, 2020 7:30 pm
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A Taste of The Niagara Peninsula
About this Event
What a treat this is going to be! Paul Speck, one of the brothers who manages this Niagara family wine estate, will be virtually here to give us a master class on his wines. Canada, most well known for its ice wine, is producing some superb, unique, still wine with it's very own terroir characteristics.
From Niagara's most premium vineyards, on and surrounding the Short Hills Bench, Henry of Pelham's wines reflect the classic Niagara style of wine making with a nod to old world traditions. The whites are crisp and aromatic while the reds are fine and bright leaning towards red berry flavours.
An evening not to be missed!
How does it work?
One £60 ticket includes:
Zoom Link to log in to the tasting at 19:30 hosted by Penny @ Cellar Door Wines and Paul @ Henry of Pelham.
We will deliver to you 3 bottles of Henry of Pelham wines plus cheese, charcuterie and snacks. Delivery is free if you are local to us, but an extra £9.95 if you are further away. Please note that we cannot send you the wine and food if you are not on the UK mainland!
The 3 wines you will receive are:
Henry of Pelham Old Vines Baco Noir (750ml)
Henry of Pelham Riesling (750 ml)
Henry of Pelham Vidal Ice Wine (200ml)
The snacks you will receive:
1 small pack of Spanish Cured Meat
1 small block of Wobbly Bottom Mature Goat's Cheese
1 large bag of Patatas Fritas Spanish Crisps
You can invite a friend (or 5) around to your house or garden, just not 6!
Paul and Penny will talk you through the wines and answer any questions you might have about Canadian wine in general.
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