Bourgeois Winemaker Dinner @ Simpson's

April 02, 2011

Bourgeois Wine Tasting and Dinner

Wednesday 6th April
7pm
A last minute opportunity has arisen for Connolly's to host a winemaker dinner with Arnauld Bourgeois from the Henri Bourgeois Estate at Simpson's Restaurant in Edgbaston.

The dinner will be held in Simpson's Private dining room and therefore we have only 17 tickets to sell.

The Dinner will include six wines and three courses chosen specifically to match the wines of Bourgeois followed by coffee and petit fours.


The all inclusive price for this exclusive event is just £80 per person.

No group bookings permitted.

To book your places now please call Sarah on 0121 236 9269

Wines and Menu

Petit Bourgeois Sauvignon Blanc on Arrival

Sancerre Les Baronnes & Pouilly Fume served with a Goats cheese and Beetroot starter.

St Nicolas Bourgueil Les Rouilleres & Sancerre Les Baronnes Rouge served with a Rabbit based main course.

Sancerre Rose, Les Baronness served with a Rasberry dessert.

Coffee & Petit Fours.

£80.00 per person, very limited availability!

Book Now  0121 236 9269

www.simpsonsrestaurant.co.uk




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