An Evening with Chase Distillery

I’ve just received this from one of my collaborators David Coveney, Head Barman of the Vineyard at Stockcross and The Spirit Cellar.

Our name speaks for itself, we’re all about wine. However, on 21st June we’re going to be matching gin and vodka cocktails, using Herefordshire-based Chase Distillery spirits, to each of the four courses to be enjoyed throughout the evening.

Chase Distillery is known for the first single estate English gin that has been created in over 200 years, and also for its internationally renowned vodka. The distillery is unique in the fact that it grows, mashes, ferments, strips, distils and hand bottles both spirits on its farm in Herefordshire.

We’re really pleased to have James Chase, son of the owner, William Chase join us for the evening. Here’s more about the evening itself:

  • 7pm – Arrive and take part in a cocktail masterclass
  • 7.45pm – Introduction about the estate from James
  • 8pm – Enjoy a four course dinner perfectly matched with Chase gin and vodka-based cocktails
  • Demonstrations of each cocktail will be taking place throughout the evening between each course for you to watch.

£69 per person

Why not stay the night and enjoy breakfast the next morning from £179 per room.*

Menu

Ballotine of smoked ham hock and foie gras

Chase smoked vodka, Noilly Prat, lemon peel

Sea trout with pink grapefruit, coriander

Chase extra dry gin, lemon juice, Chase elderflower liqueur, grapefruit bitters & soda water

Loin of Jimmy Butlers free range pork, caramelised apples, cabbage with ginger, potato noodles

Chase elegant crisp gin, fresh apple, lime juice & ginger

English rhubarb, white chocolate cream, pistachio crumble 

Chase raspberry liqueur, Chase rhubarb liqueur, white chocolate liqueur, vanilla & orange bitters

Selection of petits fours

Chase vodka, amaretto & espresso coffee (served in an espresso cup)

 

*Based on two people sharing a Luxury Double, Subject to availability.

Check out The Vineyard website for more details.

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