Tickets as ever are selling out fast, but there are still a few exciting events still available. So don’t delay, check out the Dartmouth Food Festival website and book today.
The fascinating worlds of sherry, rum and gin
200 Years of a Famous Sherry: Back again to the Festival this year to celebrate Barbadillo’s 200 year anniversary, is Tim Holt. He will be speaking about the history of this very successful Sherry House and describing the intricacies of making this wonderfully food friendly fortified wine which you will be tasting! There will be some complimentary nibbles to accompany the tasting.
The Growing Rum Scene: Dartmouth’s local Craft Rum producers are passionate about what they produce, and are on a mission to show you what is so amazing about great craft rum, share some samples and explain why you should add rum to your drink’s repertoire!
Live Salcombe Gin Distillation: Join Angus Lugsdin, co-founder of Salcombe Gin as he demonstrates a live distillation of this wonderful local gin. Expect to be informed, entertained and of course provided with samples of this delicious spirit.
Learn a New Skill
Hosted by Field & Fork School
Learn how to make a delicious cream tea from scratch and bake some delicious bread.
All through the weekend, Charlotte Pike and her friends will be guiding you through a series of hands-on workshops.
Meet the Producers
Hosted by Food & Drink Devon
This is your chance to get up close and personal with a range of local producers, tasting their wares and learning more about the provenance of their fabulous produce at these ticketed events.
Producers include: Sea Arch : Grove Meadows Butchers : Huxbear Winery : Dartington Mill