- October 9, 2014
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New opening: Good Brothers Wine Bar
Good Brothers Go Au’Naturel at New Edinburgh Wine Bar
Good Brothers Wine Bar launches in Edinburgh today, boasting an impressive and extensive natural wine list that’s set to make them pioneers in Scotland’s wine trade. They will offer a selection of more than 100 wines from around the world, including over 50 organic, natural and biodynamic wines. Think we might need to plan a few visits to try out all the wines on offer!
The natural wine movement is a phenomenon that’s exciting wine-lovers around the UK, and one that Edinburgh-born brothers, Rory and Graeme Sutherland, have now brought to the city’s Stockbridge area. An area that is recognised for its high-quality food and drink offerings.
Graeme Sutherland, Co-Founder of Good Brothers Wine Bar, said:
“We’re really passionate about what we do after years spent working in the wine industry. At Good Brothers we aim to change perception of natural wine and offer our customers an elegant, beautifully fresh drink with very little intervention. As people are much more switched on about where their food and drink comes from these days, we think it’s the perfect time to start spreading the word about these wines. So pop down to see us for your perfect pour or to try something a little different.”
Patrick Sullivan, renowned Australian natural wine maker, will officially launch Good Brothers at a private event this evening which unfortunately we couldn’t make it along to. To accompany the wines, Head Chef Maciej Szczepanski has created a menu of classic Scottish cuisine with a twist, presenting small and large dishes that can be shared among friends, tapas-style, or enjoyed as a three-course meal.
With dishes like roasted candy beetroot with whipped crowdie, smoked mackerel and caraway seed parfait, bavette of beef and pan-fried seabass we actually can not wait to visit.
Recognised by their peers as a real up-and-comers in the wine industry, Good Brothers already has a line-up of wine producers set to debut in the venue for tastings and pairings.
- Monday to Thursday 4pm to 1am
- Friday and Saturday 12pm to 1am
- Sunday 12.30pm to 1am
- Lunch on Saturday is 12pm to 3pm and dinner service is 5pm – 10pm.
- On Sunday, brunch and lunch is served until 5pm and dinner is served 5pm- 8pm.
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