There is no other winery in Nova Scotia lucky enough to be just a stone’s throw away from a UNESCO World Heritage site. With a breathtaking view of the Bay of Fundy and the surrounding dyke lands of Grand Pré, prepare for an unforgettable evening – an intimate dinner set amongst rows and rows of vines.
Chefs Jason Lynch and Michael Howell will prepare a five-course meal paired with award-winning wines and delicious short films curated by the team at Devour! The Food Film Fest.
The Evening’s Schedule:
Terroir Stroll: When guests arrive at the vineyard, they will be greeted and offered a glass of traditional method sparkling wine. From there, they will be lead on a leisurely stroll in the late afternoon summer sun through the vineyard to hear about the history and uniqueness of the winery and wines.
Merroir Moment: As the sun hits golden hour, the group will convene in the vineyard for their first wine and food pairing – fresh Nova Scotia oysters shucked by Chef Jason Lynch.
Savouring Sunset: Guests will then be seated at the stunning harvest table, made from wood from a linden tree that used to stand tall and proud on winery property. The set harvest table in the vineyard is where you enjoy a four-course, al fresco meal prepared by Chefs Jason Lynch & Michael Howell paired with Grand Pré wines.
Devouring Under the Stars: The Devour! team have curated four short films that will mark the start of each course. The chefs will talk about both the inspiration they drew from each film, along with the fresh, locally-sourced ingredients in each dish.
Plan to be Here
Don’t miss out on the art of pairing film, food and wine in a beautiful setting. With only 12 people per sitting, there is very limited capacity.