Join Michelin-starred Angler For Nyetimber Wine Dinner

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If you’re a fan of exquisite wine, award-winning dishes and beautiful surroundings, don’t miss out on this upcoming evening at Angler


Taking place on Thursday 31st May in celebration of English Wine Week, Michelin-starred seafood restaurant, Angler will be hosting an exclusive paired wine dinner in partnership with award-winning pioneers in English sparkling wine, Nyetimber.

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For nearly 30 years, Nyetimber has had a single aim: to make the finest English sparkling wine, one to rival the very best in the world. Made from one hundred percent estate-grown grapes, Nyetimber is regarded as England’s finest sparkling wine.

Focusing on the very best of British produce, the pairing menu will offer five of Nyetimber’s finest sparkling wines expertly matched with a six-course menu prepared by Executive Chef, Gary Foulkes.

Steamed Cornish Turbot, line caught Squid, Kombu Dashi

As ever, Foulkes’ menu centres around seafood sustainably sourced from British waters, with Cornish turbot, Japanese mushrooms, line caught squid, bonito dashi, paired with MV Nyetimber Demi Sec, whilst Courgette blossom, Dorset crab, white tea, lemon verbena is paired with Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs 2010.

Guests will be greeted with a glass of MV Nyetimber Classic Cuvee, the perfect aperitif to accompany an amuse-bouche of Squid ink cracker, smoked cod’s roe, Espelette pepper and Iberian ham croquette, summer truffle.

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For a pink-tinted close to the meal, MV Nyetimber Rosé will be paired with Gariguette strawberry, Savarin, mascarpone, strawberry ice cream.

Make it happen
When: 31st May 2018, 7pm start.
Where: South Place Hotel, 3 South Place, EC2M 2AF
Wallet: £130 for six courses and includes a flight of five paired wines. Click here to book.

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