See London as you never have before, with an amazing six-course, wine paired, tasting menu cooked by two of London’s hottest chefs. Enjoy three courses at Embassy Gardens cooked by Richard Corrigan, then travel by Thames Clipper – with a guided talk on London’s restaurant history along the way – to Wardian London, adjacent to Canary Wharf for the next three courses, cooked by Tomos Parry. With a few other surprises along the way. An unforgettable six hour lunch.
Featuring wines from…
Howard Park (Western Australia)
From Western Australia’s rugged coast, Burch Family Wines is family-owned and operated, with a global reputation for crafting wines of distinct regional character. Their much-lauded Howard Park wines have a real sense of place; bold and elegant in equal measure.
Thelema (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Cabernet may be its trump card, but the origins of Thelema owe more to the wines of Burgundy than Bordeaux: it was a bottle of Puligny-Montrachet that lured Gyles Webb away from accountancy in Durban to winemaking in Stellenbosch. Today his son continues the good work his father began, and Thelema was recently rated one of the world’s top 100 estates.
Viña Leyda (Leyda Valley, Chile)
Viña Leyda was founded in 1998, in Leyda Valley, a place now recognized as the last great innovation of Chilean viticulture, as well as a place of beautifully dramatic landscape. The train station building depicted on their labels was once the last train stop before travellers from Santiago reached the Pacific Ocean. It became both a landmark and a saying (a variation on the Spanish “la ida”,meaning “going”), showing them the way to the coast. Chief Winemaker Viviana Navarrete’s mission is to reflect and express the unique conditions of the Leyda Valley in each of her wines, and to harness the nature of the region to produce some of the best Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir in Chile.