Gin-maker’s lunch with Jonathan Ray
Join us in The Spectator boardroom on Thursday 17 August for a very special Gin-maker Lunch with Jonathan Ray.
As well as being the magazine’s drinks editor, Jonathan is a co-founder of Brighton Gin, voted the UK’s best gin at the People’s Drinks Awards.
He will lead guests through a brief tasting of his favourite gins and tonics while explaining how and why he helped co-found Brighton’s first (legal) distillery.
Guests will then enjoy a four-course cold lunch provided by our partners Forman & Field, washed down by a number of wines that Jonathan added in his revised version of Simon Hoggart Life’s Too Short to Drink Bad Wine. These will include Hamilton Russell Chardonnay from South Africa, Domaine Josmeyer Pinot Blanc from Alsace and Quinta do Noval Red from the Douro Valley in Portugal, as well as one or two other treats.
This promises to be a fascinating and hugely enjoyable occasion, so book now to avoid disappointment.
Thursday 17 August | 12.30 p.m.| £75
Tickets will not be sent out before the event. A receipt will be sent either via email or post and your name will be on the guest list.
The Spectator, 22 Old Queen Street, SW1H 9HP
020 7961 0015
Cancellation policy: Tickets are transferable. If you wish to cancel your ticket, The Spectator will do their best to ensure that your ticket is reallocated in order to give you a refund.