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26th March 2022 2pm3:30pm

While historically renowned for its sweet iterations, the rise to fame of dry Chenin is relatively recent. Whether grown on limestone or schist, today Chenin produces wines of character and great ageing potential that are found in some of the best wine lists.

The Loire native, sommelier and Chenin advocate, Pascaline Lepeltier has spent the last decade promoting the work of winemakers who favour a low intervention approach, bottling wines that share a clear connection to these terroirs.

Join us for a tasting in our private dining room La Cachette hosted by our sommelier James, where we’ll explore five different interpretations of Chenin, while enjoying snacks provided by the kitchen.

The wines:

Eric Morgat Savennières Fidès 2015

Domaine du Collier La Charpentrie 2011

Clos des Plantes Poïèsis 2018

Stéphane Bernaudeau Les Onglés 2015

Richard Leroy Anjou Clos des Rouliers 2000


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