It has been said that port has been the only good thing to come out of war. Had the British not boycotted French wines in the 17th century in favor of wines from Portugal, port – as we know it – may have never existed. Among the pioneers in the world of port, Warre’s has a legacy spanning nearly four centuries. It was established as the first British Port House in 1670.
The Beach Bistro is now featuring Warre’s vintage ruby and tawny ports on its wine list and bar lists. And, with a departure from the usual, is also serving it as a special treat with its offerings of the Bistro’s exceptional Domestic Ranchlands’ Lamb preparations.
Bistro presentations generally “center stage” one of the world’s starring grasslands or ocean harvest products and then provide that star with a supporting cast of interesting accent flavors and special products. Warre’s will be joining the Bistro cast of characters as a fascinating “extra” for the Bistro’s World-Class Rack of Lamb and Ruby-Rich Braised Lamb Shank and Succulent Lamb Chop.