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July 09, 2013

Champagne Ruinart Tasting with Fish & Chips.

Dovehouse Tasting Room, Dovehouse Parade, Solihull.

Champagne Ruinart Tasting

Friday 26th July

7pm

£25 per person.

An introduction to the oldest Champagne House. Under the guidance of Ruinart's regional sales manager, Owen Davies, we shall taste R de Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs, Rose and the legendary Dom Ruinart before concluding the event with a fish and chip supper.

(The ticket price includes a £10 voucher redeemable against any Ruinart purchases made on the night - maximum 1 voucher per sale).

NOW SOLD OUT!

 

Blind Tasting

Dovehouse Tasting Room, Dovehouse Parade, Solihull.

Blind Tasting

Friday 2nd August

7pm

£10.00 per person.

A recent report suggests that most people including supposed wine experts cannot tell the difference between cheap plonk and "fine wine". We thought we should put this to the test. A range of 20+ wines will be offered, all to be tasted blind before unveiling towards the end of the evening.

This is a great opportunity to put your palate to the test.

To book tickets call 0121 236 9269 or email lucas@connollyswine.co.uk

NOW SOLD OUT!





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