The Spanish conquistadors first planted vines in South America more than 500 years ago to slake their own thirst for wine. The hot, dry regions of Argentina and Chile were particularly well suited to growing grapes, and the industry in those countries thrived as waves of immigrants from Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries brought wine know-how with them.
Increasing, consistent quality and great value for money means that many of us are now reaching for a South American bottle. Join our sommeliers who will guide Members and their guests through the valleys and peaks of this outstanding wine-making continent.
Wines to be confirmed.
Monday 10th February
St James’s Room
18:30 – welcome drink on arrival
19:00 – seated Masterclass to begin
£50.00 per guest
During the day, The Champagne Top 100 are pleased to invite members of the trade or press. Please contact 67 Pall Mall & Scala Wine at The Champagne Top 100 by filling in the details below. Your attendance will be confirmed by The Champagne Top 100 as soon as possible.