Supper Club with Café 77: 27th March

Tasting Notes for the Evening's Pairings

At this delicious dining event we showcased four magnificent wines to ensure that all the food had beautiful wine pairings to match its scrumptiousness! 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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Halloumi with Habanero Drizzle

10-hour BBQ Pulled Pork and Maple Slaw

Classic Double Cheeseburger with a side of 77 House-Made Mac & Cheese

...and something sweet to finish!

Cabriz Sparkling Brut, Portugal

Kicking things off, this super sparkling wine from one of the top Dão producers, Quinta de Cabriz, is made with the Champagne method, but with indigenous Portuguese grape varieties. It's full of fleshy white fruit, citrus, biscuit and warm toasted cereals. Fruity, fresh and balanced, with a crunchy finish and a captivating mousse, this is a perfect start alongside this piquant halloumi and habanero slider.

Dom. de la Rouletière 'Les Argiles' Vouvray, France

Such a fabulous pulled pork slider with maple slaw needs something rich and full-bodied to match it – enter this wonderful Vouvray. This classic style is made with oak-aged Chenin Blanc from the Loire Valley, and this delicious medium-dry example offers beautifully balanced citrus fruit, juicy peach and fresh appley notes through to a moreish finish.

Heilan Coo Shiraz Mataro, Australia

Red meat and red wine – a match made in heaven when done right! This expressive, bright, contemporary red has a gorgeous nose of soft, open, chocolatey fruit with a gentle spicy finish, and is full-flavoured and juicy; just like these sliders! Hailing from the region of Victoria, this delightful blend of Shiraz and Mataro is pure silk on the palate; it's an absolute ripper!

Berton Vineyard Botrytis Semillon, Australia

Into the realm of sweetness we delve, and we're all in: a sweet wine for a dessert course, let's do this properly! This luscious, Sauternes-style noble rot wine from New South Wales is intense and honeyed, with layered aromas of orange rind and apricot, subtle balancing acidity and delicious toasted notes, making it perfect both to cut through and complement the decadent richness of the dessert. Opulence meets opulence!

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