A night of murder and mayhem is sure to kill the socks off diners at The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley this 4th of July.
Following the popularity of the first event which sold out in just a few days, as part of the Hunter Valley Wine & Food Month, The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley has announced a second ‘Wine and Die’ dinner.
A dining experience with a sharp knife and a wine to match, the evening features a seven course degustation menu, set in the stunning grounds of Kirkton Park and Manor House.
A French inspired menu to die for, from a canapé assiette of lobster to carpaccio of beef, confit quail eggs, and crispy skin duck, the menu is surely fit for the Queen of Hearts with chocolate ganache the icing on the cake… before the killer is exposed.
The ultimate murder mystery evening is sure to bring out the new day ‘Sherlock Holmes’ and fans of ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ all set in grand gardens with panoramic views over the Hunter Valley, the magnificent Broken Back Ranges and surrounding vineyards and olive groves.
The weekend package includes two nights’ accommodation, breakfast daily, plus two tickets to the ‘Wine and Die’ degustation dinner event for $844 (for two guests).
Can only stay one night? No problem, book now for $620.00 for two guests. For those who live local, dinner tickets are available for $200.00 per person.
The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley is located in the heart of wine country and offers sensational Hunter Valley vistas making it one of the region’s most popular resorts. The resort boasts 71 spacious guestrooms – most with sweeping verandahs, an award-winning restaurant, tennis courts, a billiards room and an on-site Grecian-style pool house with indoor heated pool, sauna, spa and gymnasium. www.sebelhuntervalley.com.au