Well-known chef opened new restaurant in London and chose wines from Slovakia

The Financial Times has written about the winery.

(Source: Slobodné vinárstvo)

Chef Santiago Lastra opened his restaurant KOL near Marble Arch in London and chose four wines from Slobodné Vinárstvo, a winery near Hlohovec, as his house wine.

“We consider it to be a huge success of Slovak wineries in the world,” said winemakers of Slobodné Vinárstvo.

Slobodné Vinárstvo is known in the world for its ecologically-grown wine and characteristic wines produced with original methods. Its orange wine Cutis Deviner 2016 was enlisted among the 30 best orange wines of the world by the magazine Decanter.

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Santiago Lastra visited Slovakia several times. Slobodné Vinárstvo created the four wines: white La Pera, orange El Melón, rosé La Rosa and red El Corazon. All of them are possible to taste in KOL.

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