The Summerhouse Presents Mount Pleasant Estate Wine Dinner
by Newsdesk - Thursday February 22, 2018 5:02 pm
On Wednesday 28th February, The Summerhouse, located on the banks of the Grand Union Canal in London’s Maida Vale, will host an exclusive five-course Mount Pleasant Estate Wine Dinner lead by esteemed, six generation winemaker, Scott McWilliams.
Transforming locally sourced, seasonal produce into five delectable dishes, Head Chef Christophe Clerget will be serving an impressive tasting menu, each course expertly paired with a different Mount Pleasant Estate wine.
THE MENU - £50pp
Glass of Moet Chandon, Imperial Brut
Seared sesame tuna, shaved fennel and citrus salad
2011 Lovedale Semillon, Mt. Pleasant
Seared scallop, saffron & pernod vegetables,
samphire & Kasava crisps
2007 Cellar Aged Elizabeth Semillon, Mt. Pleasant
Spiced pork belly, caraway carrots, star anise jus
2014 Philip Shiraz, Mt. Pleasant
Daube of beef bourguignon, horseradish mash
2015 Maurice O’Shea Shiraz, Mt. Pleasant
Lemon polenta cake, mulled poached pear,
spiced ginger ice cream
Coffee or tea
Mount Pleasant Estate wines come from Australia’s oldest winegrowing region, the Hunter Valley, and is arguably one of the Valley’s top producers having outscored both Penfolds Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace with their Maurice O’Shea Shiraz.
Replicating traditional Hampton’s beach houses with nautical furnishings throughout, The Summerhouse provides the perfect spot for unwinding and sampling fine British cuisine, whilst taking in the tranquil leafy surroundings.