Whether you love Chardonnay or are an 'Anything But Chardonnay' type, you need to get yourself along to our Chardonnay Wine Tasting plus food pairing event on 24 May. We want to show you that not all Chardonnays are the same.
DATE: Wednesday 24th May 2017
TIME: 7.30pm - 9.45pm
WHERE: Pairings Wine Bar, 28 Castlegate, York, YO1 9RP
WHAT: Chardonnay wine tasting plus food pairings
"Anything but Chardonnay." That's what many people say when they ask for a glass of white wine. Chardonnay has gained a reputation for being too oaky, too buttery and a little too heavy. However, we want to prove to you that not all Chardonnays are created equal. In fact there is a huge variety of Chardonnay-based wines available. You just need to know what to ask for.
We invite you to enjoy the wonderful diversity and elegance this grape is capable of across a remarkable range of countries and regions during our fabulous wine tasting event on Wednesday 24th May at 7.30pm.
Throughout the evening, you will taste six different Chardonnay wines (75ml). Each will be expertly paired with a perfect small plate to suit the individual notes and flavours of the wine. You will learn - in our completely down to earth and unpretentious Pairings way - what to look for in a Chardonnay and suggestions on how to pair it with food. So that's six small glasses of wine, six accompanying food pairings and a whole new understanding of this grape variety. Sounds like the perfect night out with friends.
It's National Chardonnay Day in May, which is why we're celebrating this particular amazing wine this month. Not only that, but we also really want to give this misunderstood grape a chance to shine.
Tickets cost £35 and must be pre-booked as there are limited places available. You can purchase your tickets here. Please make sure you let us know of any dietary requirements or allergies at the time of booking as we are unable to accommodate requests on the night. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can't make the event, don't worry, we will be sharing more information on the Chardonnay grape variety in next week's blog post.