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MEET THE WINEMAKER – Francois Schwach

Posted by on Oct 24, 2019

Title: MEET THE WINEMAKER – Francois SchwachLocation: 63 Comely Bank RoadDescription: Just a week has past and we have the second of our two visiting winemakers in November. We are expecting Ludovic and Nathalie from Francois Schwach, from the beautiful village of Hunawihr in the lovely Southern Vosges in Alsace. Expect some Cremant to kick off, then several of the white varietals that Alsace boasts, all finished off with a Grand Cru Riesling! Yum!Start Time: 19:00Date: 2019-11-15

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Sauvignon Blanc V Riesling

Posted by on Oct 24, 2019

Title: Sauvignon Blanc V RieslingLocation: 63 Comely Bank RoadDescription: Two of the three Noble Varietals go head to head! Literally 3 Sauvignon Blanc up against 3 Riesling. So what team are you? Team Riesling or Team Sauvignon? And can we persuade you to change your mind?Start Time: 16:00Date: 2019-11-16

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Sauvignon Blanc V Riesling

Posted by on Oct 24, 2019

Title: Sauvignon Blanc V RieslingLocation: 63 Comely Bank RoadDescription: Two of the three Noble Varietals go head to head! Literally 3 Sauvignon Blanc up against 3 Riesling. So what team are you? Team Riesling or Team Sauvignon? And can we persuade you to change your mind?Start Time: 20:00Date: 2019-11-13

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MEET THE WINEMAKER – Pinalta

Posted by on Oct 24, 2019

Title: MEET THE WINEMAKER – PinaltaLocation: 63 Comely Bank RoadDescription: It’s the first of our two visiting winemakers in November. Hugo Guimaraes makes wine at Pinalta, which is situated far up in the Douro valley, in the middle of Port country. As well as the wines he makes for Pinalta, he also has his own wine project. Come along and try a tasty white and some very generous red wines! One of our favourite ranges in the shop! Start Time: 20:00Date: 2019-11-08

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Sub-4 Beers

Posted by on Oct 24, 2019

Title: Sub-4 BeersLocation: 63 Comely Bank RoadDescription: No, we’re not talking about beers that have done the mile in under 4 minutes. We are in fact sampling beers which are under 4%. We’re not going all the way to low/no alcohol, but we’re trying beers that are between 2.5% and 4%. Hops and malt work overtime to prove how beers can be remarkably tasty, even at a lower strength. Start Time: 20:00Date: 2019-11-07

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