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As our Wine & Restaurant Director, Alan Holmes oversees The Vineyard's extensive cellar holding 30,000 bottles, a fair few of which are Californian award winners, including a unique collection from our own flagship home-estate Peter Michael wines.
Join us at our flagship event, celebrating this infamous moment in history. In the original blind tasting held in Paris in 1976, Californian wines were chosen over France's very best by some of the leading wine aficionados of the day. But who knows what will happen this year? Only you can decide!
Get involved in this fun and interactive evening and enjoy:
The result of the blind tasting will be announced at the end of the evening.
£30 per person*
To book your place at this year's Judgement of Paris, please call us on 01635 528770.
*£25 per person when booking 4 or more tickets.
James Hocking, Director of Wine for The Vineyard Cellars and Alan Holmes, Wine and Restaurant for The Vineyard, have put their heads together and come up with an exciting wine school programme that will leave you wanting more! So discover more about wine pairings, those wines that are a must try, the classics, and of course how to make Christmas go without a hitch and more. Just £30 person.
Why not create a private wine tasting event your own? Choose the number and styles of wines you'd like to taste, and leave the rest up to us. from the art of wine tasting and aromatic grapes to yourvery own blind tasting experiences, our wine coaches can create the perfect wine experience for you and your group - discover more
Every Saturday night we showcase and open an iconic bottle of wine, carefully selected by Alan Holmes.
Each iconic wine has been chosen for its prestige and critical acclaim and then offered to you to drink by the glass. It's The Vineyard's way of inviting you to try our finest wines at affordable prices.
To reserve your glass or discover which iconic wines are to be served in the future, click our Events Calendar or call 01635 528770.
"Wine makes every meal an occasion, every table more elegant, every day more civilised."