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A Book and A Bottle on Sunday 2nd December 2018
Join Corney & Barrow Wine Merchants on board Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth for a very special A Book and A Bottle event hosted by award-winning writer Damian Barr with Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott and her best-selling novel ‘Swan Song’. Enjoy a special wine tasting, and decide on the perfect Novel Pairing.
Ticket price includes:
Refreshments upon arrival
Guided tour of the public areas of Queen Elizabeth
Drinks reception with canapés in the Queens Room
Entrance to the A Book and a Bottle salon including a tasting of three wines led by an expert from Corney & Barrow and an exclusive reading by the author.
What's it all about?
Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott's best-seller follows 'The Swans', a glittering circle of women, including Marella Agnelli and Gloria Guinness, who celebrated Truman Capote then reeled after he betrayed them and their society secrets.
Author and drinks critic, Damian Barr, will suggest three surprising and delicious wines inspired by his chosen book to find the perfect #NovelPairing. You get to try all three wines and make your own mind up which matches ‘Swan Song’ best.
Great books deserve great wine. And what’s a book club without a bottle or three? Would Bridget Jones choose Chardonnay now? Which Champagne does James Bond prefer? How tipsy is Ulysses? Past Book & Bottle authors include Ian Rankin, Jessie Burton and Rachel Joyce.
Cunard’s youngest ship Queen Elizabeth evokes the heyday of Hollywood glamour and elegance and to celebrate our partnership with Cunard, we are delighted to be hosting the first ever Book and A Bottle event on board a ship.
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