The wines will be supplied by Justerini & Brooks, and are naturally low in sulphites so aren't likely to cause a headache the next morning.
Chêne Bleu is a relatively new family-owned, single-estate wine which has received a number of awards and been critically praised.
This event will be a great opportunity to learn about fine wine and natural winemaking, as well as 'art, entrepreneurship & risk taking, work-life balance, innovation in mature businesses and a host of other topics.'
The five course menu will include a starter of salmon confit, with clam & miso broth and hijiki seaweed, followed by the fish course of crispy bass, pea puree, and chorizo oil. Following this they'll be serving up a delectable sounding ballotine of guinea fowl & wild mushroom, pancetta lentils with madeira cream sauce. The main course features aromatic duck with glazed salsify puree, confit fennel, kale crisps and cinnamon jus. And, to finish off is a cheese board offering fig, hazelnuts and seeded crackers.
The intimate venue of all-women's members' club (though it makes an exception on Wednesday) Grace Belgravia, is the ideal setting for this event.
|What||Chêne Bleu wine dinner, Grace Belgravia|
|Where||Grace Belgravia, 11c West Halkin Street, London, SW1X 8JL | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Sloane Square (underground)|
On 11 Feb 15, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
|Website||Click here for booking and more information.|