Borough Wines teams up with The Art of Dining supperclub


We are sorry to inform you that that this event has sold out completely. To enquire about last minute cancellations please visit the event page here. For those lucky ones that have tickets, feel free to purchase your wine flight before the night here.

Borough Wines are very excited to announce our upcoming partnership with Ellen Parr and Alice Hodge from The Art of Dining supperclub. You might have heard of, or even been to one of their last pop-ups: ‘Trade Secrets in the Merchants House’, ‘Vanitas’ or ‘The Chicken and The Egg”. This time round we are joining forces to accompany the creative menu and surroundings with some fantastic wines.

Held at Fenton House, ‘A Night with The Mistress’ is bound to be a success. Luckily the weather has come here to stay and take us through the six consecutive day event from Tuesday the 16th of July to Sunday the 21st. In the gardens, the Mistress of the house Dora Jordan, whose portraits hang throughout Fenton House, will serenade guests with songs from her latest role in theatre. With the support of the National Trust, the surroundings are bound to be extravagant.

We have carefully selected our wine flight that with the team at The Art of Dining. It boats some of our staff favourites, some all-time classics and new arrivals.

The Art of Dining Wine Flight – Brought to you by Borough Wines

To accompany the first course :

Manzanilla Pasada Barbiana NV, Delgado Zuleta & Rodriguez La Cave 15% abv
Pungent aromas of citrus and floral fruit, a lightly salted edge with notes of green almonds.

To accompany the second course :

Dry Tokaji Prince Tamas, Tokaj 2010
Deep apricots and white fruit notes, fresh yet oily texture and lovely minerality.

To accompany the third course :

AC Pacherenc du Vic Bihl, Vignobles Laplace, France 2011
Powerful and complex with notes of grapefruit and lemon with slight sweetness of honey and bitter almond.

To accompany the forth course :

AOC Cheverny Rouge, Domaine des Huards 2010
Pure redcurrant and morello cherry fruit on the nose, with delicate leafiness from the Cab Franc. Bright and fresh, with ripe red cherry bursting on the palate.

To accompany the fith course :

Nyetimber Classic Cuvee, West Sussex, England 2007
This outstanding British sparkling wine has a complex bouquet of white flowers, citrus peel, green apples and frangipane. The palate is fresh, clean and focused, with an elegant bubble and a lovely lingering finish.

For those of you that don’t have tickets to this pop-up, the next event ‘The Servants Supper’ is already scheduled to take place at Ham House in November. For more information please visit – We hope to see you there!

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