A selection of fascinating wines from some interesting and less well known and oldest wine regions in the world.
One bottle of each :
Wines to be tasted on the evening
Iveriuli Rkatsiteli Dry White (Georgia)
Made from the Rkatsiteli grape native to Georgia, this crisp dry white wine has superb acidity and fresh green apple aromas.
Domaine des Tourelles Rosé (Lebanon)
Made from a blend of red grapes in the famous Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, this rosé has loads of fresh fruit and zestiness.
Henry of Pelham Baco Noir (Canada)
The Baco Noir grape is unique to Canada and produces a smoky, cherry rich deep red wine.
Other wines in this case
Matic Sipon (Slovenia)
Also known as Furmint, this Slovenian grape produces a delicious fruity wine with refreshing citrus acidity.
Paparuda Pinot Noir (Romania)
A deep, full flavoured example of Pinot Noir from a leading Eastern European producer.
Domaine des Tourelles Red (Lebanon)
Made in the famous Bekaa Valley in Lebanon using top quality grapes, this red is deep, complex and full of spicy flavours.