Vadas will be hosting four dinners at Spier Wine Farm, each with one of its suppliers in attendance, for an evening of sustainably-sourced food and a selection of award-winning Spier wines. It’s a chance to get the real story and know your food.
Vadas’ supply partners are as passionate as we are about the environment and the people who depend on it. They are all, in their own way, deeply committed to sustainable and regenerative principles and practices. They’re motivated by the desire for ecological balance so humans and the planet can live in harmony.
Join the team at Vadas for an evening of fantastic food, keen insights and valuable lessons about the food we eat – and the land and waters that support it.
Earth to Eat: Abalobi
Saturday 30 July | 18:00
Abalobi challenges consumers to think sustainably about the fish they eat. Their ‘Fish with a Story’ initiative provides full traceability of all of their produce and evidence of an impressively low-carbon operational footprint supply chain. Working with small-scale fisheries, Abalobi has created a business model that focuses on delivering lasting social, economic and ecological change.
Earth to Eat: Lowerland
Saturday 20 August | 18:00
Lowerland works with nature to champion biodiversity and regenerative farming practices and increase agricultural resilience. Lowerland believes in the power of social and environmental regeneration to enable future generations to prosper.
Earth to Eat: Farmer Angus
Saturday 3 September | 18:00
Farmer Angus rears grass-fed beef on Spier’s lush organic pastures. With a focus on biodynamic and regenerative agricultural practices, Farmer Angus demonstrates the importance of balance between how we nurture the planet and what it gives us in return. With space for cattle, pigs and laying hens to roam freely, the animals give back to the earth, so there is no need for hormones, antibiotics, artificial preservatives or glyphosates.
Earth to Eat: Spier Food Garden
Saturday 17 September | 18:00
The Spier Food Garden supplies our restaurants and online shop with delicious and nutritious fresh veggies, salad and herbs, produced without the use of any inorganic pesticides or artificial fertilisers. Worm compost and weekly foliar sprays (a natural form of fertiliser) keep the produce fresh while a paddle of 15 Indian Runner ducks takes care of unwelcome critters.
All dinners include five courses and a selection of Spier wines. 18:00; R500pp.
Space is limited so book now email@example.com or 021 809 1137.