Hidden Woodland Wine Pairing

United Kingdom · 1 day
27 August 2018 · 15:00PM

Explore new culinary horizons in a hidden woodland estate with a four course mystery menu and educational wine tasting with an award winning chef.

Overview

In this unique and immersive culinary experience, you'll be transported to a hidden woodland estate in a classified area of outstanding natural beauty within a short commute from London. Here, you will be greeted by our award winning chef, Eyal Jagermann, whose restaurant The Barbary was named Londons best restaurant of 2017 and 2018 by Time Out Magazine. Eyal has teamed up with our acclaimed wine educator, Sherry Stolar, to curate a four course wine tasting menu paired with seasonal organic ingredients sourced from the grounds of the estate that will be served up and smoked on an open flame.

During the meal Sherry will educate guests on how to untangle the complexities of fine wine, enabling them to express their wine preferences in the future in a simple and clear way, without mincing words.

Included
  • 4 course dinner
  • educational wine tasting
  • transportation to and from location from Chalfort & Latimer Station

Eyal Jagermann and Sherry Stolar

Eyal Jagermann is a Tel Aviv born chef and restauranteur, who trained in Israel and moved to London in 2014 to study Culinary Management at Le Cordon Bleu. After finishing his studies he worked and trained at some of London's best restaurants. In 2016 he co-founded and was the head chef of the Barbary, a Covent Garden restaurant that celebrates the flavours, colours and culture of modern Israeli cuisine. The Barbary was awarded Londons' best restaurant of 2017 and 2018 by Time Out Magazine.

Sherry leads corporate, private and small group sessions throughout the world to teach about wine in an interactive and engaging way, with a focus on creating nonjudgemental and safe environment. Sherry holds a Diploma of Wine Studies from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust, a BS from Cornell University in Communications and is an MBA candidate at London Business School.

Hidden Woodland Wine Pairing