Château Rahoul boasts an exceptionally diverse range of terroirs. The history of Château Rahoul began in 1646, when Chevalier Guillaume Rahoul was responsible for the construction of this pretty chartreuse, and gave it its name. The management of the Rahoul estate was entrusted to Dourthe in 2007. Today, the Graves white is ranked among the finest of the appellation, while the red is a wine of great finesse and elegance." Patrick Jestin
Tonight we will introduce you to 6 vintages from Château Rahoul collection with a vertical tasting of 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015.
In addition we will also be serving a sumptuous 4-course dinner:
Beetroot spelt risotto, marinated rump of Scottish beef & lovage
Mini haggis, neeps & tatties
7oz fillet of Aberdeen beef, smoked bone marrow butter, garlic Dauphinoise
A selection of Farmhouse cheese, spiced preserved quince, celery & crackers
Places are limited so book early to secure your places!