Greek restaurant Meraki collaborates with Alpha Estate for exclusive dinner 

Contemporary Greek Fitzrovia-based restaurant Meraki will join forces with wine producer Alpha Estate to offer a ten-course tasting menu with wine pairing at a dinner event taking place this month.  

Situated in the Florina region in the north-west of Greece, Alpha Estate is a renowned winery and vineyards founded in 1997 by viticulturist Makis Mavridis and chemist-oenologist, Angelos Latridis.

The dinner will include reception drinks followed by a ten-course tasting menu designed by Meraki’s chef patron Athinagoras Kostakos.

With the dishes designed to be shared, the menu is set to feature highlights such as octopus carpaccio; veal cheek ‘moussaka’; and orange honey syrup cake.

Each course will be paired with Alpha wines with honoured guest, owner and wine-maker Angelos Latridis attending the dinner.

Taking place on the 17 June and priced at £75 per person, further details can be found here.

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