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Charles Masraff will be hosting a wine dinner at Condita on Thursday 21st March showcasing Armenian wines.
With the recent discoveries by an international archaeological team of the Areni cave unearthing wine making vessels dated at close to 6100 years old, Armenia can justifiably claim to be the oldest wine-making country on record.
Charles Masraff, who has lived in Armenia for many years will talk through a selection of Armenia’s finest wines which will be enjoyed alongside a tasting menu cooked by Conor Toomey.
The evening will be the third of Condita’s wine-dinners and promises to be convivial and informative. Condita has only six tables and provides an intimate setting for such events.
Condita offers a surprise tasting menu that uses produce grown for the restaurant in a 19th century walled kitchen garden in the Scottish Borders alongside the best meat and fish that is available in Scotland. The kitchen also uses a forager for wild ingredients. Dinner is cooked by Conor Toomey who has previously worked as Head Chef at the five star The Isle of Eriska hotel near Oban.
£85 per guest; booking essential.
Full details of these and other events at Condita can be found under at www.condita.co.uk “Events”.
Condita, 15 Salisbury Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1SL
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