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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
15 Sep 2011

To coincide with British Food Fortnight, the Hart brothers' Soho restaurant Quo Vadis will be hosting an English wine tasting next Wednesday 21 September from 7 to 9.30 pm.

The tasting will be relatively informal but there will be industry experts onEnglish_Vineyard hand to offer guidance. Some of the wine estates involved include Jenkyn Place in Hampshire, Astley Vineyards in Worcestershire, Gusbourne Estate in Kent, Three Choirs in Gloucestershire, Bolney Estate in West Sussex, Sharpham Estate in Devon and Davenport Vineyards in East Sussex. Tickets for the event cost £25 and include canapés and other nibbles.

The event is the idea of Quo Vadis's sommelier Jack Lewens (pictured above left), who has been encouraging other restaurants to emphasise English wines next week. Lewens has introduced some unique and competitively priced English wines to the Quo Vadis wine list and these will be available in both the bar and the restaurant at Quo Vadis.

WHAT Fine English wine tasting

WHERE Quo Vadis Soho, 26-29 Dean Street, London W1D 3LL tel 020 7440 1463

WHEN 7-9.30 pm, Wednesday 21 September

HOW MUCH £25 a head, to include some solid matter

HOW To book tickets, contact events managerEleanor Vening