Lancemore x Scotchmans Hill Winemaker's Dinner
Joseph’s Restaurant and Scotchmans Hill are hosting a collaborative Winemaker’s Dinner on Tuesday, 12th November bringing the celebrated cool-climate wines of the Bellarine Peninsula to Lancemore Mansion Hotel Werribee Park.
Established in 1986, Scotchmans Hill recently celebrated their highest ever number of wines rated 94 points or above by wine critic James Halliday in the 2020 Halliday Wine Companion.
A specially created four-course menu by Executive Chef, David Green will be matched with Scotchmans Hill Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, Cornelius Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah.
Guests will be treated to canapes under the historic Mansion arches, followed by a four course dinner of Moreton Bay bug grilled over embers, rabbit 'brik' and Yarra Valley quail, finishing with Bachus Marsh strawberries, matcha and pistachio for dessert.
Adopting philosophies from his training at One, Two and Three Michelin starred restaurants in Europe, Green aims to continue the traditions of grand European hotels at the iconic 1870s estate - such as the use of game and wild foods, making fresh in-house produce, bread making, pickling, bottling and preserving.
Prior to joining Lancemore Mansion Hotel Werribee Park, Green oversaw a new direction for The Dining Room at Lancemore Lindenderry Red Hill and spent the last thirteen years at Lake House Daylesford awarded Two Hats under his helm and working in Europe at One, Two and Three Michelin starred restaurants, including the hotels and restaurants of the Roux brothers, Albert and Michael, who held Two and three Michelin stars between them.
Guests will have the opportunity to meet with Executive Chef, David Green and Scotchmans Hill Head Winemaker Robin Brockett.
$185 per person including food and wine. Bookings are essential. 6.30pm start.