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An exclusive, one-off event hosted by Harden’s Restaurant Guide co-founder Peter Harden and celebrated chef, and president of the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA), Raymond Blanc, at the magnificent Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons in Great Milton, Oxfordshire, has sold out within a matter of hours.
Enjoy a sparkling reception from Nutbourne Vineyard, a sustainably produced English wine, followed by a four course dinner which will showcase the quality of sustainable produce. Wines will be paired with each course. Diners attending this special Harden’s dinner will also be entitled to an exclusive 20% discount on Belmond Le Manoir’s famously luxurious bedrooms, to enable guests to sample the complete manor house experience.
This event is an opportunity to enjoy and appreciate all the ingredients that contribute to Belmond Le Manoir’s Three Star Food Made Good rating from the SRA, as well as its Two Michelin Stars. As president of the SRA, Raymond will share with guests the importance of his lifelong passion for using the very best produce while having a minimal impact on the planet and investing in his staff and the local community.
Spaces are very limited so please register your interest now by emailing Clare Burnage at firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the number of people in your party, along with contact details, phone number and any dietary requirements. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Bookings only confirmed once payment is made in full.
Tickets are £195 pp and include a sparkling aperitif with canapés, four courses with paired wines, and coffee with petit fours, plus an exclusive 20% discount on best available rates when you stay overnight in one of Belmond Le Manoir’s beautiful rooms.
Nutbourne Vineyard is an award winning, family-run boutique wine producer making still and sparkling wines in the heart of West Sussex, and is a part of new drinks trend seeing restaurants owning their own vineyards. The vineyard, run by the Gladwin brothers (of The Shed and Rabbit fame), allows visitors to see how the grape goes from the vine, to the bottle and finally to the table.