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Meet the Winemaker Dinner

October 15, 2013
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La Tunella Wines
Ducks at Kilspindie House

Monday 11th November 2013

Ducks at Kilspindie House and Corney & Barrow Wine Merchants are delighted to announce that Giovanna Borreri ‘winemaker’ of ‘La Tunella’ Italian winery will be visiting Aberlady this November to show her award winning wines.

La Tunella’s exceptional, stylish wines come from the Colli Orientali del Friuli region in north-east Italy. Small, family-owned La Tunella has come a long way since beginning in the 1960s. Today, La Tunella boasts an impressive range of delicious wines from international grapes such as Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio as well as rare, indigenous varieties like the spicy Friulano. Grown on vertiginous sun-trap terraces, the hand-tended vines produce only the tiniest quantity of grapes. The soils here, a mix of marl and sandstone called ‘ponca’, are unique to the area, and held to be key to the expressive yet delicate flavours and textural purity of La Tunella’s wines.

We do hope you will be able to join us for what promises to be a unique evening.  Meet the winemaker and taste these boutique wines alongside a specially designed Ducks 3 course dinner menu in the delightful surroundings of Kilspindie House in Aberlady.

Time: 7pm for 7.30pm
Cost: £35 per person, 3 course dinner including wines

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