The popular west end restaurant has just released details of its latest new season wine dinners, which start next month

For one night a month, 22 diners will enjoy a specially prepared menu with wine pairings starting with ‘Harvest from the Sea’ on the 13th September.

Guests are welcomed by the restaurant to come along and “celebrate and share stories through the best of Scottish produce, exquisite wines and the men and women behind them.”

Each of the dinners are “guaranteed to give you a unique gastronomy experience in a relaxed and informative atmosphere.”

Harvest From The Sea

7pm, £65 per person

This night is set to celebrate local and sustainable seafood, and includes a welcome drink from 6.45pm

Guests will then tuck into a five course tasting menu designed by chefs Peter and Ivan, with matching wine by the restaurant’s sommelier, Séverine.

 

The Wild Game

11th October, 7pm, £65 per person

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Picture: The Gannet Glasgow Facebook

As the name suggests, this night is all about Scotland’s game. With this menu, The Gannet wishes to “pay a tribute to our small passionate suppliers and locally sourced game produce.”

Again the welcome drink is preceeded by a five course tasting menu designed by Ivan and Peter with matching wines from sommelier, Séverine.

Consolation Wines Dinner

2nd November, 7pm, £65 per person

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Picture: a few of the Consolation wines, Tramontane Wines Facebook

Escape the cold with this five course tasting menu, which also includes a welcome drink and a Q&A with Andy Cook, ex- manager of Luvians bottleshop in St Andrews, who has become a successful winemaker with his business Consolation.

Consolation is a range of wines created by Andy and Philippe Gard in the Roussillon region of France.

Each cuvée is available only in very limited quantities – sometimes only two barrels – and are genuinely hand-crafted from start to finish.

A Premium Treat

13th December, 7pm, £110

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Picture: The Gannet Glasgow Facebook

Start the festive celebrations earlier with this final meal, which will also appeal to any budding chef.
Diners, once again, arrive at 6.45pm for a welcome drink before experiencing a demonstration of a five course dinner menu designed by chefs Peter and Ivan using the restaurant’s finest produce, which will be accompanied by a prestigious wine pairing.
Bookings for each dinner can be made through the restaurant’s online booking site, found on their website.

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