The Royal Society of Medicine announces the fourth of its exciting virtual wine tastings brought straight to your home with Jane MacQuitty, The Times Wine Critic, and David Gleave from Liberty Wines. This time the RSM has joined forces with the new wave Soho restaurant, Ten Greek Street, whose imaginative chef, Cameron Emirali, is renowned for his modern, seasonal British food, with a Mediterranean and Antipodean spin, plus his brilliant wine list.
This two-part virtual fine wine event of the spring features six absolutely delicious, classic Australian wines that match six of Ten Greek Street’s most mouth-watering dishes. The recipes are included in the wine case.
The first one-hour wine tasting session will take place on Thursday 25 March and the second hour on Thursday 1 April, both from 7:00pm.
Each week Jane and David will chat about three different Australian wines included in this special Ten Greek Street case, with the food to match. The wines featured are the Aussie classics of 2020 Mount Horrocks Riesling, 2017 Henschke Louis Eden Valley Semillon and 2019 Peter Lehmann Hill & Valley Eden Valley Chardonnay, for the whites and 2019 Giant Steps Pinot Noir, Yarra Valley, 2018 The Hundred Single Vineyard Blewitt Springs Grenache, McLaren Vale and 2018 Dandelion Vineyards Lionheart of the Barossa Shiraz for the reds.
To take part you will need to order your wine case (link below) before Thursday 18 March and book your free place at the live wine tasting webinars.
The wine tasting webinars will be recorded and available to all registered delegates after the live broadcast via an email link.
Order your wine here: http://rsm.ac/springwineorder
There is no charge to book the virtual wine tasting and The Royal Society of Medicine takes no commission from the wine sales; so, we do ask you to help support us in these difficult times by giving a donation.
Thank you for your generosity. http://rsm.ac/givedonation