1976 German Beerenauslese
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A tasting with food of sweet wines made from grapes with noble rot.

Date/Time
Date(s) - Wed 3rd May, 2017
7:00 pm

Location
The Hilton Doubletree, Victoria

Beerenauslese is only produced in classic years when Botrytris Cinerea (noble rot) appears on the grapes. This dehydrates the grapes and produce very small quantities of extremely luscious wines which age beautifully.

As this does not appear every year in Germany, the wines are rare and command very high prices.

1976 was one of the classic years for Beerenauslese as noble rot was in abundance in the vineyards.

Gimmeldinger Meerspine
Wolsheimer Abtei
Bodenheimer Ebersberg
Niersteiner Gutes Domthal
Niersteiner Paterberg
Niersteiner Hipping
Alsheimer Fischerpfad
Konigschaffhauser Hasenberg – Gold medal 1977

The tasting will be accompanied by smooth duck pate, cheese, salad and French bread
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Venue: Hilton Doubletree Hotel, 2, Bridge Place Victoria SW1
Time: 7pm
Nearest Tube: Victoria – take exit by platform 1
Dress: Smart casual
Price per person: £60.00 Members / Joint Members
 Guests / Non Members: £65.00
Organiser: Jeffrey Benson: Tel: 020 8673 4439
 Email: jeffrey.benson@iwfs.london

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Bookings are closed for this event. Please contact the organiser for last-minute places.