German’s Finest presents:
Weingut Carl Koch is located near the town of Oppenheim, right by the region’s most famous vineyard location, the Oppenheimer Sackträger. In the mid 19th century Friedrich Koch founded the world’s first quinine factory on his family’s generations old estate, with his son Carl directing operations. By 1888, global competition in the production of quinine became so intense that the family decided to sell close that business down and concentrate entirely on their other commercial interest, viticulture.
The whole range of wines has a signature elegance, classic varietal and stylistic traits and all offer incredible value, the Spätburgunder in particular is a wine that does everything that a Burgundy does but at a fraction of the price. The estate is also blessed with a large library of old vintages going back decades, small quantities of which are released to us throughout the year.
Rheinhessen is Germany’s largest quality wine producing region. For years, it was an area associated with bulk wines blends but the region has recently been transformed by energetic, forward thinking winemakers like Carl Koch, who use traditional wine making methods to focus on quality.
Weingut Carl Koch
Wine maker Agustín González Novoa
Crab Salad & Chilled Cauliflower
Sacktraeger Riesling Trocken 2016
Glazed Oxcheek, Root Vegetables Broth & Gingerbread
Spaetburgunder Rotwein 2015
Cheese Selection, Plum & Horseradish Chutney
Riesling Gueldenmorgen Auslese 2014
Apple & Quince Tarte Fine & Pear Sorbet
Beerenauslese Bacchus 1994
We will open as usual at 5.45 pm. booking are available throughout the night until 9:45pm.
Please book in advance to avoid missing out.
Wines are available to purchase at discounted prices on the night.
To reserve your table please, enquire online or contact Celine directly on:
020 7242 8373 | email@example.com
* A discretionary 13.5% service charge will be added to your bill.
Credit card details are required to secure your reservation.
Please note that due to the popularity of our event, you may be required to release your table after one and a half hours.