Blue Duck Station’s Jack Cashmore is coming down to Visa Wellington on a Plate for an exciting collaboration with the British High Commission for ‘Blue Duck Station at Homewood’. This eclectic mix will see New Zealand’s wild and remote native bush fused with the grandeur and elegance of Homewood—the official residence of the British High Commissioner in Wellington. This unmissable event will combine a sensory atmosphere with a fine dining experience, all wrapped up in an immersive native New Zealand rainforest ambience.
Cashmore, an up-and-coming British chef, invites guests to try a ten-course tasting menu, that utilises foraged and sustainably farmed natural ingredients complemented by Ata Rangi wines. Not only will guests be treated to cocktails before the dinner starts, but coffees, digestifs and an after-dinner talk by environmentally-accoladed farmer and conservationist, Dan Steele, the owner of Blue Duck Station, will keep all entertained.
The event will be held on the 6th, 7th, and 8th of August, from 6:30 pm to 10 pm. Tickets go on sale 17th of June, as well as a Visa pre-sale from 10th of June. More information can be found at: www.visawoap.com/venue/53/Homewood#event-1453.