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Bar Gandolfi

Domaine Laroche Chablis Tasting in Bar Gandolfi @ 8pm on Thursday 19th February

Domaine Laroche epitomises Chablis. The quality of their wine is impeccable, with all wines carrying the Chablis hallmark of crystalline purity and steely minerality. We are delighted to have the winemaker from Domaine Laroche, Gregory Viennois, host a tasting from his range. Each wine will be matched to a small plate of food designed by our head chef, Joanne, to bring out the best flavours in both wine and food.

The Wine
Petit Chablis 2013
Domaine Laroche ‘St. Martin’ 2013
Domaine Laroche 1er Cru ‘Les Vaudevey’ 2011
Domaine Laroche 1er Cru ‘Les Vaillon Vieilles Vignes’ 2009
Domaine Laroche Grand Cru ‘Les Blanchots’ 2009
The Food
Halibut ceviche tostados with avocado, salmon caviar and mole Verdi
Coconut chicken gyoza on salted melon and pickled ginger salad
Hand dived scallop, baked in the shell with hazelnut and shrimp pesto
Sole goujons with fennel remoulade and charred lemon
Garlic sautéed lobster tail with white bean and celery puree and crispy leeks
Rice pudding ice-cream to finish

For a more intimate tasting and for you to be able to chat with the winemaker, we have decided to hold the tasting in our Bar. Strictly limited to 30 places, book early to avoid disappointment.

£50 per person (£20 per person deposit required to secure your booking). To book your place please email or call us directly on 0141 552 6813.

Bar Gandolfi

64 Albion Street
Glasgow G1 1NY

Tel. +44 (0)141 552 4462

Opened in 2002 in the attic area of the building, the bar offers the same wines, food and service as it's older sibling  downstairs but in it's own unique atmosphere and surroundings. Whether it's a leisurely lunch with the papers, a Sunday brunch with a bloody mary or simply a big night out with fantastic food, delicious wine and maybe a cheeky cocktail.

With local artists using the walls as an exhibition space and local acoustic musicans playing regularly, this intimate space is awash with culture and creativity. Those who venture up the stairs from the Cafe for the first time will feel privileged to be let in on Glasgow's best kept secret.

"The tiny charmer of a place, tucked away in the eves of a former warehouse and crammed with gorgeously carved, hobbit-sized furniture, does more than just function as an overspill bar for the hugely popular restaurant downstairs. Original, dairy-style tiled walls, decorated with work by local artists, bow to a huge bar, magnums of Champagne rising to the ceiling." The List 2009