Join us in the Spectator boardroom on Tuesday 12 April for the next in this year’s series of Spectator Winemaker lunches with Beltrán Domecq, President of the Consejo Regulador de D.O. Jerez/Sherry.
Sherry is undergoing a remarkable resurgence and is as popular in the trendiest of Britain’s cocktail bars as it is in the new Spanish restaurants, tapas bars and sherry bars that are busily cropping up. As a former International Wine and Spirit Competition Winemaker of the Year and holder of a Royal Warrant to supply sherry to HM The Queen, Beltrán is well placed to give us the lowdown on this wonderful, most food-friendly of wines.
Over a delicious three course cold lunch provided by Forman & Field, Beltrán will introduce and discuss all manner of sherries, from bone-dry, salty, tangy Finos and Manzanillas to golden, nutty Amontillados, full, flavoursome Olorosos and coal-black, richly sweet, unctuous Pedro Ximénezes.
There really is a sherry for all occasions and this promises to be a heavily over-subscribed lunch, so book now to avoid disappointment!
Book online here or call 020 7961 0243