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 MEET THE MAKER 

On Wednesday 14th November Fischer’s at Baslow Hall brings to you another fabulous Meet the Maker event this time featuring South African Winery Avondale. 

The evening will commence with a drinks reception in Baslow Hall, hosted by Avondale owner Johnathan Grieve. This will be followed by a five-course menu with wine pairings as Johnathan takes guests on a journey through the wine region upon which Avondale resides.

 Talented Head Chef Rupert Rowley has worked closely with Johnathan, and Fischer’s Head Sommelier John Cooper to create a series of seasonal dishes that complement the wines. 

Each course will begin with an introduction to the dish and the pairing chosen, providing guests a taste of the family estate’s extraordinary wines. There will also be chance to purchase your favourite bottles at the end of the night. 

7.00pm arrival

£97.50 per person

 Including aperitif, five course dinner with wine pairings and coffee

Click here to view the evenings menu.

Dietary requirements catered for.

Discounted B&B rates available from £210 per room.

 Please call reservations on 01246 583259 to book.

Avondale Winery began life as a family farm in 1997 when youngest son Jonathan Grieve took the challenge of transforming the land into a vineyard, with the first vintage label being produced in 1999. Following a catastrophic fire through the mountains the following year Jonathan seized the opportunity to develop a unique approach to viticulture which he called ‘BioLOGIC®’. He worked closely with modern science and nature to create sustainable technology and building soil fertility, always with the goal of making natural, delicious wines in a healthy, balanced environment.

Avondale is an exceptionally unique winery continually working to develop high quality wines in a state-of-the-art manner, from nature to high tech gravity-flow cellars.

Fischer’s are truly excited to welcome such a fantastic company this November and are sure there will be no end of tales to tell of the interesting development of these exquisite wines.