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St. Patrick’s Day – Irish Wine Connections with Raymond Blake – Friday 17th March

In recent years the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, Ireland’s national holiday, has become a worldwide affair, with iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House and the Eiffel Tower being bathed in green light to celebrate the occasion. No other national holiday attracts such widespread attention as St. Patrick’s – and here at 67 we are certainly not going to be left out.

Join our fellow Member and noted wine writer, Raymond Blake, as he takes us on a virtual vinous journey around the globe, fuelled by tale and anecdote, focusing on the people and their stories as much as the wines. Members can expect an informal wine tasting, rather than a structured Masterclass, featuring an eclectic flight of wines, all of which have strong connections back to the ‘Emerald Isle’.

Raymond writes regularly for The World of Fine Wine and also writes the Burgundy entries for the annual Hugh Johnson’s Pocket Wine Book. His latest commission is to write a number of articles for the Académie du Vin’s next title, On Burgundy.

The wines we will be tasting:
2017 Dermot Sugrue ‘The Trouble With Dreams’
2018 Riesling, The Florita, Jim Barry
2016 Château de Fieuzal Blanc Pessac-Léognan
2019 Domaine du Duc Magenta, Louis Jadot
Chassagne-Montrachet, 1er Cru, Morgeot Clos de la Chapelle
2021 Hamilton Russell Pinot Noir
2021 “Les Deux Cols, Grenache ‘La Degève’
2016 Château Langoa-Barton, Saint-Julien

Friday 17th March
St. James’s Room   
18:30 – Welcome drink 
19:00 – Masterclass begins
20:30 – Masterclass ends

Please note, tickets are refundable for cancellations up to 48 hours before the event. Cancellations must be made in writing to [email protected]. Any cancellations within 48 hours of the event are non-refundable unless 67 Pall Mall resells the ticket to another Member. This is only possible when the event is sold out and there is a waiting list.

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