The Judgement of Paris is halted as a “before and after” moment in wine history. This 22nd of September, wine lovers will be treated to participate in a re-enactment of the famous episode, at an evening which will take place in Restaurant FortyOne, 41 years later.
The blind tasting held in 1976 was organised by British wine merchant Steven Spurrier who created the competition to compare fine French wines and the then underestimated California wines.
The re-Judgement of Paris will be hosted by the restaurant’s Sommelier Victor Nedelea, and it will allow you to taste fine Californian and French wines that echoed those tasted on the legendary competition.
The event includes a 3 course dinner with a matching wine tasting and tickets are priced at €110 per person. For bookings, please call 353 1 6620 000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information: restaurantfortyone.ie
ABOUT RESTAURANT FORTYONE
“Rarely does a month pass without Restaurant FortyOne scooping another award for its fine-dining. Under the expert guidance of rising talent Graham Neville, the restaurant has flourished in the last three years, with The Irish Times describing the menu as “splendid, impeccable, elegant, perfect” and The Irish Independent praising the restaurant’s “air of luxury and comfort” and the “beautifully presented, perfect” food.
Eschewing butter and sugar in favour of olive oil, vegetable and fruit juices — sourced from its very own garden — Graham and his team create fulsome courses, boasting delicate and elegant tastes with sumptuous depth. To complement the incredible edibles, sommelier Victor Nedelea provides a breathtaking, world-class wine list, including rare wine and small wine producers. The staff, meanwhile, are attentive and mindful.”