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Hailed as one of the best and most atypical Burgundian estates in its heyday in the 70s & 80s, Edouard Delaunay had to be sold after falling on hard times in the 90s, but was bought back in 2017 by Edouard Delaunay’s Great Grandson, Laurent. Join Laurent Delaunay as he shares some of his new Edouard Delaunay wines.
To join the online masterclass: https://zoom.us/j/652338194
For further details and to order wine samples visit – https://www.67pallmall.com/events/edouard-delaunay-the-reawakening-of-a-burgundy-legend
An exclusive tasting of wines from Edouard Delaunay in Burgundy’s Hautes Côtes de Nuits, from old vintages to the latest trophy winners and Premiers Crus, hosted by owner and oeonologue, Laurent Delaunay. The tasting will be followed by lunch paired with some of the wines created by chef Ollie Dabbous at the Michelin starred Hide restaurant.
We believe wine is an art, and in 2018 a challenge was issued in Switzerland to – graphic designers, painters, photographers, students and amateur artists – to devise concepts for wine bottle labels. The winning 8 designs will be launched on the evening, with both artists and winemakers present. The goal for the artists was to represent the grape varieties of the Valais in artistic terms. The IVV Art Challenge blurs the lines between art and wine, something we feel there is great potential for in the future. It is no longer just about how wine tastes, but about how it makes you feel!
Private art exhibition and wine tasting followed by a DJ Set by Apexape – internationally recognised DJ and production duo from London, who are the Ambassadors for the Art Challenge
Have you ever tasted wine wondering why you can’t get the lychee, rose hips, minerality or cat’s pee?! Well, in that case, winefulness could be for you!
The event will combine a tasting of vegan wines from Vintage Roots and artisanal vegan cheeses from I AM NUT OK with a series of fun mindfulness practices. We will guide you out of your over-thinking head, into your own unique sensory experience.
Hosted by mindfulness trainer, Andy Hix from Wellbeing Capital Partners and Emma Roberts, Director of Eviva Communications, this fun and informative Winefulness event will help you learn to:
Taste wine like the professionals and become more wine confident!
Apply the principles of mindfulness to your daily life and really savour what you eat and drink
Be in control of your wine consumption rather than it controlling you!
The event is open to all, no matter what your previous mindfulness or wine tasting experience.
You will never drink wine the same way again!
Defining the future of the Languedoc and the Barossa
A tasting of Abbotts & Delaunay & Woods Crampton Wines
When talented winemakers Frenchie Laurent Delaunay met Aussie Nicholas Crampton there was Bromance in the air…
Two young trail blazing boutique wineries – one in the Languedoc and the other in the Barossa – who’ve discovered they share the same philosophy; to do things differently from the other producers in their respective regions and to create exceptional wines destined to be their regions’ future.
- Discover how Burgundian principles of terroir and winemaking are shaping the future of the Barossa and the Languedoc
- Learn how International collaboration is the new way of working in the post Brexit world
- Taste a selection of critically acclaimed premium wines accompanied with innovative small plates by young, super-Chef Ollie Dabbous in his latest reincarnation at Henrietta’s
With ideal climate conditions, the southern French region of Occitanie is considered as an El Dorado for organic viticulture, making it the first organic wine region in France.
Hence, with organic wines sales on the up, it’s natural to look at the ever-stronger offer from Languedoc-Roussillon, South West and Rhône vineyards.
A Press Tasting showcasing wines from the recently extended region of Occitanie. This is a unique opportunity to taste an extensive range of wines across all price points, which reflect the diversity of this vast region. Expect traditional appellations such as Gaillac, Faugères or Cahors, trendy styles and grapes like Picpoul de Pinet, Malbecs and Cremant de Limoux, as well as unusual and innovative blends and styles which are so key to the success of this region.
100% distributed in the UK
Over 150 wines supplied by UK distributors including the supermarkets will be presented on a self-pour basis and will show off the endless diversity of styles, colours and price points.
All Occitanie under one roof
It is the only tasting where you can sample wines from the Languedoc, the Roussillon and the South West vineyards.
Vina Santa Carolina – one of the oldest wineries in Chile and previous winner of The Wine Enthusiast’s New World Winery of the Year, will be hosting an exclusive vertical tasting of their icon wine Luis Pereira for top opinion leaders and writers on 5th September. The tasting will be co-hosted by Head Winemaker Andrés Caballero and Chilean Wines expert Peter Richards MW from 12-2pm followed by lunch at Jason Atherton’s Pollen Street Social.
After the devastating earthquake that hit Chile in 2010, old documents explaining the vinification techniques used by Santa Carolina in the 1950-60s were found scattered amidst the rubble of the winery’s collapsed buildings while a wine library of old bottles was discovered in a formerly hidden compartment of the underground cellar. These findings laid the foundation for a major rescue project to preserve this valuable heritage.
The event will focus on the two aspects of this exciting heritage project to celebrate 140 years of Santa Carolina’s wine making history:
- A vertical tasting of Santa Carolina’s historic icon wine, Luis Pereira, made from 70-year-old Cabernet vines, which will compare vintages from the 1950s and 60s with wines of the current era including the latest release which Andrés has crafted based on the recipe used in the mid-20th century.
- A presentation of the Bloque Herencia project to rescue the world’s sole unique DNA of pre-phylloxera old vine material that arrived in Chile between colonial times and the 19th century.
Discover a range of multi-awarded, premium Champagnes now sold in 53 countries across the world, thanks to the hard work and dedication of the Gremillet family who only created the brand in 1979. Based in the Côte des Bar, whilst also sourcing grapes from across Champagne to enhance their distinctive blends, Gremillet has become experts in Pinot Noir through working with a vine stock dominated by this variety.
Come and explore the Gremillet range with Champagne creator Jean-Christophe Gremillet who will share his expertise on Pinot Noir from the Aube and its impact on the Champagne blend, together with his thoughts on his Blanc de Noirs Champagne which was a triple gold medal winner in 2016. Award-winning Champagne writer Jane Parkinson will enlighten you on the latest facts and figures on Champagne and where Pinot Noir fits into this picture.
Champagne Gremillet is sold in premium restaurants and wine merchants across the UK and distributed by Boutinot and Christopher Piper Wines.
Champagne creator – Jean-Christophe Gremillet
Champagne specialist – Jane Parkinson