Trivet launches tasting club

Acclaimed Southwark restaurant Trivet has announced the launch of a new tasting club guided by Isa Bal MS and chef Jonny Lake.

Isa Bal. Credit: Jodi Hinds.

The Michelin-starred restaurant will be hosting the first such event on 11 March. Focused on wines from the world’s earliest wine producing regions, including Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Lebanon and Greece, Bal, formerly of the Fat Duck, will be showcasing how both indigenous and international grape varieties have been used in the winemaking of 30 different wines.

Future events will also include themed dinners, with dishes created by fellow Fat Duck alumnus Lake, and there will be special guests from the world of food and wine, as well as collaborations with some of Trivet’s suppliers.

Trivet Tasting Club annual membership, priced a £150, gives members access to tickets for all club tasting events (a minimum of eight per annum) and themed dinners (a minimum of four per annum) as well as a 15% discount on food and purchases made on Trivet’s new online wine shop, complimentary corkage at lunchtimes, and £50 off the Introductory Special Six Bottle Discovery Tasting Mixed Case (RRP: £332). For an additional fee, Bal will even conduct a private cellar review and planning consultation for members.

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