RAW WINE/Ottolenghi press release extract:
“The official RAW WINE shop will launch on the Ottolenghi webstore mid-April and run through to the end of May. Giving wine fans a preview of what’s on offer at the show, the online store will stock a selection of approximately 30 wines from the show’s exhibitors.
For those who like to try before they buy, Ottolenghi will also be hosting the RAW WINE shop at the fair itself, stocking even more wines than the online store and giving visitors the chance to purchase new discoveries and favourites they’ve tasted at the show. Fans of Ottolenghi’s food will be pleased to hear that they will also be offering visitors delicious canapés at the show to act as the perfect accompaniment to the wine.
RAW WINE is one of the most exciting, and certainly the largest, collection of fine, natural, organic and biodynamic wine artisans ever to come together in the capital and now, with the support of Ottolenghi, more people will have the opportunity to not just taste, but purchase and take home some of these incredible wines”.
About Ottolenghi & its webstore:
Yotam Ottolenghi & his teams at the Ottolenghi & NOPI hubs in Notting Hill, Islington, Kensington and Belgravia, have redefined the way we cook and eat: introducing new, exciting, vibrant ingredients into our kitchens. Now these mediterranean and Middle Eastern ingredients and foods can be bought directly from his new online store and delivered across the country and overseas.
Ottolenghi started this online store after feedback from customers who said they struggled to find some ingredients locally. The hassle is over. Ottolenghi now sells all sorts of essential pantry items online including all the ingredients for Yotam’s new cookbook Jerusalem, as well as spices, grains, syrups and oils, homemade jams and chutneys, chocolate and sweets, cookies, cakes, cookbooks, the list goes on.
This is not only a store but also a resource for the adventurous cook who wants to learn more about different ingredients and how best to use them. Each pantry ingredient is explained and a dish is suggested with a link to the recipe online or to a recipe in one of the cookbooks.