BAGPIPES, WHISKY AND HAGGIS: IT’S BURNS NIGHT AT CHET VALLEY VINEYARD
A complete Burns Night experience is in prospect at one of Norfolk’s leading vineyards, complete with bagpiper serenading the haggis, quality Scotch whisky, and a traditional Burns Night supper accompanied by some of the county’s top wines.
Chet Valley Vineyard’s Burns Night supper takes place on Thursday 25th January, when a traditional menu of Cullen skink, haggis, neeps and tatties, and cranachan will be matched to wines from the vineyard. The evening will also include quality Scotch malt whisky provided by Norfolk-based whisky experts MacInnes.
All of the traditions of Burns Night will be respected, including the piping in of the haggis by local bagpiper John Innes, and the ‘Address to a Haggis’ by Robert Burns.
Tickets for the Burns Night supper, which takes place from 7pm on Thursday 25th January, cost £30 a head, including a three course meal, a glass of Chet Valley Vineyard wine with each course, and a tot of whisky.
For more details, and to book, visit www.chetvineyard.co.uk/events.