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What to Do Today: Attend a Women’s Wine Club

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Stuck on what to do today? Let us help you. This Tuesday 6 March, we recommend that you head to the Chess Club to attend Stannary’s Women in Wine and sample wines from across the globe….

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Attend a Women’s Wine Club Tonight
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This women’s wine night may just be cultivating female wine experts to bring a balanced flavour to the demographics of the wine world. At the Chess Club, a private members club in Mayfair, guests are treated to snacks and a tasting of five essential grape varieties from some of Stannary’s favourite regions: Riesling from Germany, Pinot Noir from Oregon, Chardonnay from Burgundy, an Italian blend and a Viognier from the Rhone Valley. Sommelier Caroline Brangé will provide insight into the regions, wines and winemakerse. From crisp, dry white lovers to bold, full-bodied red supporters, all are welcome, as well as those still in search of their own signature wine style. Caroline will be on hand to provide keys to understanding one’s own palate.

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Tickets cost £35 per person and include canapés, a tutored tasting of five wines, as well as, most importantly, the company of wine-loving women.

The wine flight includes:
2016 Zeltinger Riesling – Weingut Heinrichshof
2015 Pouilly-Loché En Chantone – Clos des Rocs
2016 Primavera Viognier – Domaine Pierre Jean Villa
2014 Dopp Creek Pinot Noir – Colene Clemens
2014 Toscana Rosso Supertuscan – Cerbaiona

Aperitif at 6:30pm; Tasting at 7:00pm; Chess Club, 1A Chesterfield St, London W1

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