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Nathan was the Principal Cellist with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra but is now more likely to be travelling internationally and living out of his suitcase while telling the Kilikanoon story and presenting the fabulous Kilikanoon wines.
Kilikanoon and its partners own or control over 2,000 hectares of prime vineyards throughout South Australia. They chose the terroir carefully to enable a wide range of wines, which seek to express the individuality of their respective regions. They specialise in old vines with the oldest being nearly 150 years of age and whilst Clare Valley is their home, they also have vineyards in Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Southern Flinders Ranges and Eden Valley.
Read the fascinating history of The Kilikanoon (http://www.kilikanoon.com.au/our-terroir/our-story)
The Kilikanoon Menu:
Veloute, chicken curry and Foie Gras hotdog
Poached breast and Kiev, hen of the woods and truffle emulsion
Salt baked, goats curd, orange and cob nuts
WILD SEA BASS
Steamed fillet, scallop mousse, mussel and saffron soup
Roast breast, variations of celeriac, local brambles and toasted croissant
OLD ENGLISH APPLES
Mille-feuille and brown butter ice cream
Book now for this extraordinary collaboration of phenomenal dishes paired with incredible wines and hear more about the fascinating history of Kilikanoon.
£60 per person with an optional £35 wine package
Experience being a professional chef then sit down to enjoy your hard work
This year’s special East Meets West dinner will be hosted by Chef Patron, Steven Smith of Freemasons at Wiswell and guest Head Chef Victor Yu from the highly acclaimed Yu Alderley.
Breakfast and treats with the match on the big screen in luxury