I have organised this event with the specific intention of introducing you to something that I suspect is pretty much an unknown subject for many IWFS members.
The reputation of Japanese wine rests in its past history of making dull poorly made wines. This has changed, with a totally altered approach to wine making with quite extraordinary success, now producing wines which are on a par with some of the finest worldwide wines. At a recent tasting in London, I was introduced to the Koshu wines made from a pink grape with characteristics of Loire cross Chablis style wine, delicate and wonderful to drink. Their red wines are the equal of many of the finest Bordeaux wines.
Producing wine in Japan is fraught with many problems but the results are superb. There are many reasons for this improvement: come and learn a bit about it and a simple supper will follow.
Venue: 326 South Lambeth Road SW8 1UQ
Mobility Rating: 3 steps to the front door.
Nearest Tube: Stockwell (200M) or no. 2 or no. 88 bus.
Dress: Smart casual
Price p/person: Members £20.00 Guests £25.00
Organiser: Christopher Davenport Jones
Tel: 020 7622 9793
Bookings are closed for this event. Please contact the organiser for last-minute places.