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Burns Night 250th Anniversary Dinner
Date of tasting: 24/01/2009
Location: Wedgewood Tea Rooms
To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Scotland’s most famous poet, we are delighted to invite you to attend our ‘Old School Wines’ Burn’s Night supper.
A contemporary take on the traditional Burns Night supper will be prepared by Wedgwood resident Chef Dave Rose to which Andrew & Whisky ‘expert’ Dave ‘Mc’Pickard have selected wines or whiskies to accompany each course.
You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy both great wines or Malt Whiskies to accompany each of the five courses.
A fastinating fun evening, ‘laced’ with Scottish Tradition, delicious Scottish produce and good company.
For the benefit of those who didn’t attend last years Burns Night event, attached is a copy of the menu and wine/whisky selections; this years will be even better!
The wearing of a kilt is welcome but not mandatory.
Here's the wine/whisky list and menu
Juvé & Camps Brut Rosé Cava, Pinot Noir
Rosebank 12y.o. Lowland
Cambria ‘Katherine’s Vineyard’ Chardonnay 2005
Santa Maria Valley, California
Oban 14y.o.West Highland
‘Tom’s Block’ Pinot Noir 2006
Neudorf Vineyard, Nelson
Talisker 10y.o.Isle of Skye
Virgin Hills Vineyard 2002
Macedon Ranges, Victoria
Caol Isla 12y.o. Islay.
Loibner Riesling Auslese 2005
Springbank 9yo Marsala Finish, Campbeltown
Scottish themed Canapés
Caramelised onion, haggis & whisky tartlets
Served on dressed leaves
Scottish smoked salmon timbale
With a filling of herb infused cous cous
Prime roast Scottish rib of beef
Served with traditional accompaniments
Pan-fried saddle of Venison
With a dark chocolate sauce
Tatties & Neeps
With an oat and barley crumble topping
Orkney Clapshot (v)
Vintage Scottish cheddar cheese & oat biscuits
Shortcake & Strawberry Tower
With Whisky cream
Orange, marmalade & Drambuie ice-cream
Served in an orange cup
Coffee & after dinner mints