POSTED: 25/10/2018

Thursday 22nd November


We host a monthly supper club here at the Clarence Social presented by our local wine supplier D’Arcy Wine.


For this Supper & Wine Tasting we will be tasting wines from France, Italy & Spain – six wines in all. For the Starter & Main Course we will be doing a comparison tasting. With the starter we will be tasting two very different Sauvignon blend wines, one from France and one from Italy. With the Main Course the wines are both Pinot Noir, with one from France and one from Italy. Ranulf of D’Arcy Wine will explain the differences found in each wine, due to blend, climate, terrior, the famous process Appassimento – of partial air drying of the grapes to enhance flavours.
For Dessert we are trying out a Blue Wine, the blue is achieved through natural process, so don’t worry about additives.

Fenimenti di Veglin Millesimato Rose Extra Dry NV, Italy

Crab Tortellini with pak choi & a cockle & champange bisque
Monsieur La Barbe Sauvignon 2016, Rhone, France
Crisp, clean mix of gooseberry and passion fruit, with a whack of citrus zing on the finish.
Baccolo Bianco Appassimento Parzile Sauvignon 2017, Veneto, Italy
Fresh and elegant with lovely aromatics. Enhanced fruit flavours from the appassimento process

Patridge Breast with confit leg, roasted chestnut, blackberries & lentils with a red wine jus
Domaine de Cabriac Pinot Noir 2016, Languedoc, France
Fresh and delicate with persistent finish. Delicious mix of morello cherry, bitter chocolate and raspberry.
Danese Pinot Noir Trevenezie 2017, Veneto, Italy
Fresh & crisp. Blackcurrants, cherry with fresh herbs. Dry, savory flavours wrapped in subtle tannins.

Coconut Bavarois with meringue, lime & lemongrass infused ice-cream
Ennius Frizzante Moscato NV, Spain
Slightly effervescent, Slightly sweet. The natural blue color comes from an anthocyanin from the dried peel.


£40 per head. Booking essential please call 01242 245539 or email


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