The Royal Society of Medicine is delighted to invite you to our summer wine tasting party webinar. As before, Jane MacQuitty, The Times Wine Critic, and David Gleave from Liberty Wines will be your hosts, happy to answer any questions you might have, besides talking you through a trio of absolutely delicious summer wines, tailor-made to accompany some cracking, seasonal summer recipes from one of the most imaginative restaurants in London, The Quality Chop House.
The three sunny wines to be tasted include an awesome 2020 Albarino from Uruguay’s Bodega Garzon that easily outclasses many a Spanish albarino, plus a stylish, dry Provencal pink, the 2020 Clos des Trois Sources, Capucine, Coteaux d’Aix en Provence Rose and a mouth-watering summer red that, just like beaujolais, would happily take to chilling on warmer days, the 2019 Domaine Sables des Verts ‘Glouglou’ Saumur-Champigny from the Loire.
To virtually participate in the wine tasting you will need to register to watch the free webinar and order your wine case, the case is priced at £99.90 (plus Eventbrite fee) and contains two bottles of each of the trio and bespoke summer seasonal recipes from The Quality Chop House.
The wine tasting will be recorded and available to all registered delegates after the live broadcast via an email link.
Please order your wine case before Friday 25 June for guaranteed delivery within the UK. Delivery is free in London, and £5 a case outside the M25. If you have any delivery or wine, queries please contact Liberty Wines direct on 0207 720 5350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no charge to watch this webinar and The Royal Society of Medicine takes no commission from the wine sales; so, we do ask you to help support us in these very difficult times by giving a donation. Now more than ever, we need your assistance to continue our work which delivers high-quality content, webinars, and support to doctors and healthcare workers around the world. Thank you in advance and we look forward to drinking a glass of wine with you.
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