Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Wine Society - not to be missed at 1 Lombard Street


Monday, 19th September Wine Dinner – “Australian Wines”

· We welcome David Powell, founder of Torbreck Vintners, an Australian wine farm in the Barossa Valley. The winery is named after a forest in Scotland where Powell worked as a lumberjack and his wines are made in a style emulating those of the Rhone Valley, from grapes including red grapes Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro, as well as white grapes Viognier, Roussanne and Marsanne.

Selection of canapés


Barbecue shrimps, mango salsa
Ginger and lime vinaigrette
Torbreck Viognier Marsanne Rousanne 2008


Roast breast of squab pigeon, juniper and bitter chocolate jus
Caramelised salsify, wilted beetroot leaves
Torbreck The Struie 2007

Torbreck Cuvee Juveniles 2009


Fillet of beef with wild mushroom and shallot confit
Thyme and red wine jus
Peppered yam fondant
Torbreck Factor 2005/6


Pear Pavlova
Raspberry coulis, vanilla ice cream
Torbreck The Bothie 2009

Numbers are limited to 40, so we advise early booking.

Price £85pp.

Please contact me to make your reservation.

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