Trinity Hill's Homage Syrah was the first New Zealand red wine to be awarded more than 95 points by American wine guru Robert Parker's Wine Advocate.
You can taste the truly superb 2007 vintage at our annual Trinity Hill Wine Dinner in the company of our partner and founding winemaker at Trinity Hill, the ever-entertaining John Hancock.
On Tuesday September 22nd, you will not only taste the fabulous Homage 2007 Syrah but also the Gimblett Gravels 2012 Chardonnay which won the Best in Show Trophy at the Australian Top 100 awards, really knocking all those Aussies for six, and the Hawkes Bay 2014 Sauvignon Blanc, which Peter McCombie MW quite rightly said could so easily be confused with a Sancerre. The wines will be accompanied by a five-course Gourmet Dinner from our Executive Chef Julian Marshall.
Seven great wines and a five-course dinner with canapés, coffee and petits-fours in the magical medieval Crypt for only £89.50 per person, including service and VAT.
Menu & Wines
Tempura New Zealand green lipped mussels with citrus vinaigrette and herbs rose jelly
Trinity Hill Sauvignon Blanc Hawkes Bay 2014
Wild sea trout rillettes with horseradish and dill
Marsanne Viognier "Gimblett Gravels" 2013
Seven hours slow braised Suffolk blackface lamb, sweet potato dauphinoise, confit shallots, garlic and Bleeding Heart rooftop rosemary jus
Trinity Hill “Homage” Syrah 2007
Trinity Hill “Gimblett Gravels” Syrah 2012
Aged sheep’s cheese with cherry compote, hazelnut and raisin bread
Trinity Hill Tempranillo "Gimblett Gravels" Hawkes Bay 2013
Bleeding Heart apricot macaroon with Trinity Hill poached apricot, lavender ice cream and raspberry coulis
Trinity Hill Viognier Noble Rot “Gimblett Gravels” 2009
Coffee and Petits Fours