Paint & Sip: 25th October

Tasting Notes for the Evening's Wines

At this event we showcased four delicious wines for our guided painting and wine experience – the perfect opportunity to try something new and get creative! Here’s a handy reminder of the wines we all enjoyed; you can purchase them by following the links in the headings.

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Cabriz Espumante Bruto, Portugal

Your new favourite fizz! This super sparkling wine from one of our favourite Dão producers, Quinta de Cabriz, is made with the Champagne method, but with all indigenous Portuguese grape varieties. It's full of fleshy white fruit, citrus, biscuit and warm toasted cereals. Fruity, fresh, balanced and crystalline, with a crunchy finish and a captivating mousse, this is a real showcase of the quality and value of Portuguese sparkling wine.

Ke Bontà Gavi, Italy

A style as classic as it getsCortese grapes are grown all over Piemonte, but the vineyards surrounding Gavi itself are considered the best. This wine is light and fresh, with zesty citrus fruit and floral notes, as well as hints of apple and pear. Steely acidity and an underlying mineral character are balanced by notes of melon and stone fruit.

Undurraga Carmenère, Chile

This aromatic Central Valley Carmenère is from Undurraga, one of Chile’s most prestigious wineries, and is a great introduction to one of the country's signature grape varieties. An intense violet colour, it delivers exuberant red fruit aromas and a palate bursting with cherry juiciness, balanced by notes of capsicum and coffee.

Berton Vineyard Botrytis Semillon, Australia

Into the realm of sweetness we delve! This luscious, Sauternes-style noble rot wine from New South Wales is intense and honeyed, with layered aromas of orange rind and apricot, through to a beautifully balanced finish enhanced by toasted notes and subtle spice. What a finish!

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