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FIREFOOD & WILDWINE – SOLD OUT
September 12, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm£65
A celebration of open fire cooking paired with natural wines.
This event is a collaboration between Ubuntu Food and Limeburn Hill Vineyard and includes three courses of fire-cooked food, each paired with one of Limeburn Hill’s Petillant Naturel wines, and served on the vineyard.
In addition to the food and wine the ticket includes an introduction to open fire cookery by Imke Potgieter (chef and founder of Ubuntu Food), as well as a guided tour of the vineyard and wines by Robin Snowdon (vineyard manager and winemaker).
The menu for the FIREFOOD & WILDWINE collaboration will incorporate both locally sourced and foraged ingredients whilst using an open fire to bring the experience to life. This will be a leisurely afternoon of food and relaxation with time to watch the open fire cooking as well as wander around the vineyard.More details of the menu via Instagram … @ubuntu_food and @limeburnhill
– Tables will be for a maximum of 4 people
– Potential allergens may include nuts, dairy, gluten, fish, eggs, sesame.
– The whole event will take place outside unless the weather is very poor, in which case the meal will be served in our barn.————————————————————————————-
Ubuntu Food is the collective work of Chef and Creative Founder Imke Potgieter. A food and lifestyle brand founded on community based principles known for its exploration of our relationship with food, nature and one another. Educating and immersing diners in the wonderment of working with seasonal produce and being reconnected to the outdoors. Dining with Ubuntu Food is a celebration of the adventurous side of food. An experience that doesn’t start in the kitchen, but in the soil, on farms and out at sea. Sourcing with a conscience, Imke spends time building direct relationships with suppliers as well as getting her own hands muddy in gardens and foraging for ingredients.
Limeburn Hill Vineyard is an innovative, ecological biodynamic vineyard on the southern edge of Bristol. It sits on south facing slopes with beautiful views over the Chew Valley. It produces entirely natural wines with no added sulphites, fermented solely using the wild yeast from the vineyard.