Date - 28th March 2024

Gourmet Night – Tastes of Spain 28th March 2024 in Lunya, Hanover Street. A special dinner with the winemaker of Bodegas Bentomiz

Since we opened in March 2010, our legendary gourmet nights have showcased the very best of Spanish food and drink. A very special menu, personally created by Dave Upson, our Executive Head Chef to showcase the very best of Spanish gastronomy. We have 8 fabulous courses, paired with seven of the very best wines from Bodegas Bentomiz of Malaga, presented by their owner and wine maker Clara Verheij.

This will be a very special night. Bodegas Bentomiz is a boutique winery in Malaga’s hills within sight of the Mediterranean sea. Their 80 to 100 year-old vines flourish in slate soils, benefitting cooling sea breezes, brought back to life by Clara and her husband. With a combination of modern and traditional vinification techniques, they produce a range of fresh and delicate wines. Over 20 Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe serve Bentomiz wines and this night, most of them are in Liverpool.

Winemakers Dinner Menu

Matrimonio de Anchoa y Boqueron, Pa amb Tomquet- Nunez de Prado Olive Oil

Paired with Lobban Bentomiz Cava Brut

Loch Fyne King Scallop a la Plancha with Sobrasada, Cauliflower Puree and Crispy Seaweed

Paired with Pixel, D.O. Malaga, Pedro Ximenez, Moscatel de Alejandria

Crab Fideua with Confit Cherry Tomatoes, Crispy Chipirones, Samphire and Lemon Allioli

Paired with ARIYANAS ROMÉ ROSADO, D.O. Malaga, Rome

Salad of La Peral Blue Cheese, Chicory, Orange, Walnuts and Gordal Olives 

Casa Riera Ordeix Salchichon de Vic on Caramelised Coca Bread

Paired with ARIYANAS TINTO, D.O. Malaga, Tempranillo

Secreto Iberico Pork Tonkatsu with Shredded Cabbage and Piquillo Pepper Mayonnaise 

Paired with ARIYANAS DAVID TINTO DULCE, D.O. Malaga, Merlot

Granny Smith Apple Empanada with Membrillo and a Caramelised Marcona Almond Ice-cream

Paired with ARIYANAS Terruno Pizarroso Dulce, D.O. Malaga, Muscat

Saula coffee and petit fours

Price: £90 per person

7.00pm – 10.00pm

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