The Hughes Hall Research Fellows and Associates invite you to a Science/Engineering Seminar followed by a wine and cheese reception on Thursday the 24th of April from 2.00pm, in the Pavilion room. Please save the date. Continue reading →
Viogner, Roussanne, Muscat, Gewurtztraminer are some examples of grape varieties used to make aromatic wine. These aren’t necessarily sweet, but will have inviting floral, spicey, fruity or herbal aromas. Such wines are famously grown in the Alsace or the south of France, but great examples are also increasingly being vinted in the new world. Join us for a night of olfactory stimulation … you can, of course, drink them too!