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Loch Lomond Arms Hotel Hosts Exclusive Wine Tasting Evening to Celebrate Matthew Jukes Wine List

The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel in Luss is delighted to announce the creation of a fantastic new wine list by renowned expert Matthew Jukes.

Matthew Jukes said: “I was thrilled to be asked to curate a brand new wine list for the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel -­ I have hand-­picked every single bottle on the basis of sheer deliciousness and stunning value for money. You can drink elite wines from as little as £16 or, if the mood takes you, skyrocket to over one hundred pounds for some of the most legendary bottles ever made. This is the most important wine list I have written in my 30 years in the wine business.”

“My brief was to create the finest short wine list in Scotland and I am thrilled with the results! I have made sure that the new list covers every flavour and grape possible, in a quest to show the modern wine world's finest creations.”

In celebration of the collaboration the hotel is launching a series of wine tasting dinners.

Head Chef Allan McLaughlin has designed a bespoke six-­course tasting menu, with champagne reception, alongside wine expert Matthew Jukes. Matthew will be on hand throughout the evening to guide guests through each wine and food pairing. Diners can enjoy the following menu:

Matthew Jukes Wine Dinner 29th January 2016 – Menu and Wine


Chargrilled Beef dripping sourdough with melting bone marrow & mushroom ketchup & 2013 Pinot Gris, Réserve, Cave de Hunawihr, Alsace, France


“Luss Particular” soup with poached duck egg & 2014 Wally, Sauvignon du Val de Loire, Caves de la Loire, France


Pastrami of Argyll salmon with homemade sauerkraut, walnut loaf & tarragon mustard & 2014 Dandelion Vineyards, Enchanted Garden Riesling, Eden Valley, South Australia


Slow-roast loin of Luss venison, Jerusalem artichoke, smoked potato & hispi cabbage & 2011 Barolo, Massolino, Piemonte, Italy


Barwhey Cheddar cheese with Camstradden Apple jelly & 2014 Trinity Hill, Syrah, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand


Salt caramel custard tart & 1997 Ambré, Rivesaltes, Cazes, Roussillon, France

Matthew added: “I have worked closely with the chefs at the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel to ensure that my carefully chosen wines match perfectly with their brilliant, locally sourced menu. The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel is sure to become one of the most important food and wine destinations in the country.”


Further Information


Friday 29th January 2016, 7pm onwards Tickets £75 per person.

Dinner plus accommodation starts at £100 per person (based on two guests sharing a room)

The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel is set within the picturesque village of Luss, within the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.

Tel: 01436 860 420.

For images and more information contact: Lottie Colquhoun


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