Hot tip: The Grape Takeover at Monica Galetti’s Mere Restaurant

THE OFFER: Dinner at Mere restaurant, hosted by Austrian wine make Schloss Gobel  

Where:
Mere, Charlotte Street.

When:
Monday, 5th November.

Who:
Anyone.

How much:

£175

Whats on: On the 5th November Monica Galetti’s Mere restaurant will play host to Austrian wine producer Schloss Gobel of the Kamptal region, just outside Vienna. The dinner will include a bespoke five course meal, accompanied by perfectly matched wines.

Website: www.mere-restaurant.com

To see Wine List Confidential’s review of Mere click here.

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