'Crab Cracking' with Sally's Fish Camp

Regular price£55.00
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The ultimate shellfish experience! Learn how to crack, pick & dress a fresh crab in a fun and relaxed environment at Hambledon Vineyard.

The perfect experience to enjoy a memorable (afternoon/evening) with friends, family or colleagues whilst learning to prepare shellfish. You will go away feeling confident with all things crabby having shared expertise & knowledge with complete hands-on guidance.

Sally has over 20 fun years of experience in the hospitality industry and her endless passion and taste for shellfish & seafood, can promise you a cracking good time!

Event Detail:

  • Glass Hambledon classic Cuvée
  • The Fish Camp will provide all the tools, materials and guidance required.
  • The camp finishes with a delicious outdoor meal among the vineyards where guests can enjoy the crab they have prepared, served with homemade sourdough and fresh salad.

** Extra – if you’d like to try more than just crab, just let us know and we will send out a menu with more seafood options to add to your crate which can be purchased directly from Sally.

Booking: please use the calendar adjacent and select dates and number of people attending. Customers will be sent an e-ticket following their purchase.

For any queries, allergies, vegetarian preferences or other dietary restrictions please call +44 (0) 2392 632 358, or email the events team via events@hambledonvineyard.co.uk

Please note that we are currently following Government guidelines regarding our on-site events.Tours will be mainly outside with access to the winery limited. Two-meter social distancing measures will apply. Please do not attend the tour if you are part of a vulnerable group or if you are displaying any coronavirus symptoms.

Gift Vouchers: If you would like to purchase this tour as a gift, then please follow the link to our gift vouchers here

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