Culinary and Cultural Afternoon at Darioush
- Available for a maximum of ten (10) attendees
- Hosted lunch and wine pairings in the Khaledis' private gardens
- Engaging lecture on the 7000 year history of wine by noted wine historian Nina Wemyss
- Gratuity and tax
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