Furleigh Estate brings a taste of Dorset to London

For couples dreaming of a romantic escape to the country this Valentine’s season, Le Pont de La Tour wine merchant is hosting a ‘Fizz from Dorset’ sparkling wine tasting on Wednesday February 11, led by Rebecca Hansford, owner of multi-award-winning Furleigh Estate.

Evoking the Parisian chic of the 1930s and offering views of the City and Tower Bridge, Le Pont de la Tour is the perfect setting to create the mood for love. Rebecca Hansford will introduce guests to the Estate’s new releases, which will be paired with canapés created by the restaurant and bar’s head chef, Tom Cook.

Situated in Salway Ash, Furleigh Estate celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The estate has won many accolades for its still and sparkling wine in a variety of competitions, including the International Wine Challenge, the International Wine & Spirits Competition and the inaugural Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships, in which it was awarded gold and silver medals.

Rebecca Hansford, owner of Furleigh Estate said: “Our vineyard and winery is situated in a truly beautiful, rural corner of west Dorset and we are thoroughly excited to bring a flavour of that to the city.”
Taking place at 6.30pm, the ‘Fizz from Dorset’ wine tasting costs £25 per person, £10 of which is redeemable against any wine purchase on the night. Guests are also entitled to 20 per cent off food and no corkage in the bar or restaurant.
To book a place at the ‘Fizz from Dorset’ wine tasting visit www.lepontdelatour.co.uk, call 020 7403 8403 or email lepontres@danddlondon.com

For more information about Furleigh Estate visit www.furleighestate.co.uk or call 01308 488991.


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