Wines from Unusual Countries
An exploration of wines from unexpected vineyards, highlighting those from Japan, Thailand, India, Mexico and Brazil.
Wednesday 25th July 2012 @ 7pm
The Troubadour Gallery,
267 Old Brompton Road,
London SW5 9JA
£40 per person
(£30 for those of you who completed our Wine Tasting Survey!)
Question: What is unusual when considering wine producing countries?
A: Lack of historical presence in the wine world.
B: Geographic and climatic position, making the country unlikely to produce good quality wine as we understand it.
Are either of the above statements correct? If so, to what extent?
Are the wines of these countries different to the others we know so well, and how?
These and many other insights and curiosities will be developed during this most unusual tasting, as we try a selection of wines from Japan, Thailand, India, Mexico, and Brazil.
The Troubadour Gallery, 267 Old Brompton Road, SW5 9JA
On 25th July 2-12 7pm - 9pm (but we tend to go on a bit)
Nibbles will be provided to ensure you don't starve on our premises.
You can contact Dorota on 020 7370 1434 or via email, and pay for your ticket to secure your place.
Please note: Please be on time. We cannot guarantee acceptance of late comers because it would disrupt the tasting!
To book please contact us on
020 7370 1434
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org