The Restaurant Wine List
There’s nothing like perusing a wine list at a top-notch eatery and (with the help of the sommelier!) picking a wine that makes your food even more delicious. While you can’t head out at the moment, you can totally get that wine list feel with the Restaurant Wine List case. Six of our favourite bottles from our favourite wine lists. All you need to do is try and replicate the food…
Making The Case
We’re missing restaurants pretty hard. Maybe it’s that getting a table outside is on the horizon, or we’re just missing that perfect pairing of great food and a wine that makes it sing. While your table isn't ready yet, you can still enjoy the Restaurant Wine List – our favourite bottles from some of our fave restaurants. Now all you need to do is cook!
The first bottle is from one of our favourite restaurants in Oxford - The Old Parsonage. The Blanquette de Limoux is perfect before dinner, or with a slightly salty meal. Next we visit Cornwall, and The Seafood Restaurant. The original Rick Stein eatery is where you'll find wonderful fish dishes, and Bellafiore to pair with your choice of meal. Returning to Oxford, and Gees this time. Exciting dining requires exciting wine, so you'll find the Valserrano Rioja waiting in your box to be paired with all things spice.
Next we visit Sophie's Steakhouse in Soho, and if you're having steak, you'll need Malbec. Pascual Toso is so good it will make every steak sing with flavour. Next it's our final trip to Oxford and Quod, where the elegance of the menu requires an elegant wine. Try and recreate something fresh and fun, and pair it with the Secateurs Chenin Blanc. Finally, we're back in Cornwall, this time for the classic fish and chips. Steins fish and chips is certainly better than your local chippy, but if you pair with Wyebrook Sauvignon Blanc, it will feel like your on the Cornish coast to the last drop.
What can we get you to drink?