The Malbec grape was introduced to Argentina by a French agriculturalist in 1868. The vines were later brought by Spanish settlers who established wine regions along the foothills of the Andes. Today, with 25.000 hectares of Malbec in Mendoza, it’s easy to see Malbec as a sole Argentinian variety, however as its roots still remain in France, comparing the two countries Malbec wine is fascinating.
Creamed wild Mushrooms on toasted brioche with truffle oil
Mozzarella stuffed chicken breast, chorizo crushed new potatoes and a red pepper pesto
£35.00 per person
Including 6 wines and supper
7.00pm for 7.30pm (Smart/Casual Dress)
To make a reservation or for further information about joining the Captain’s Wine Club then please speak to one of our colleagues on reception or email email@example.com
Wine club members receive a 10% discount