Jack and Charlie Stein

Rick and Jill's middle and youngest sons, Jack and Charlie, both play a vital role in our business

Exclusive Wine dinners

Great food paired with equally great wine. Jack and Charlie have put together the menus for these dinners

Jack Stein | Food

Jacks passion for food started when he worked as a kitchen porter in the school holidays. He's now our Chef Director

Charlie Stein | Wine

Charlie's role in the business is to source high quality and interesting wines to go on our menus. A tough job this one

Sandbanks | 25th October

A journey from Italy's southernmost Island to the Alps picking some of the country’s most iconic wines

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Join us for a series of evenings with Jack and Charlie Stein as they share their passion for food and wine. The evenings will feature a five course menu created by Jack with matched wines from Charlie and expect plenty of tales and anecdotes of their time in the industry.

Rick Stein, Marlborough

Wednesday 18th October

£75 pp

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“Take a trip from Burgundy to the Rhone with some amazing examples of each.” Charlie Stein


Scallops with truffle butter and chives

Rick Stein White Burgundy, Macon, Burgundy, France 2015

Blended by our team every year, round, fleshy with great acidity.

Pigeon with Pommes Anna and bitter leaves

Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Charles Audoin, France 2015

2015 was the best vintage for Red Burgundy in decades, up front fruit and ready to drink now.

Grouse, game chips and bread sauce

Gevery Chambertin ‘Vieilles Vignes’ Hevre Kerlann, Burgundy, France 2010

Five years bottle age and developing amazingly, this should be the perfect match for game.

Shortrib with beetroot, pickled onion

Crozes Hermitage ‘Le Rouve’ Domaine Yann Chave, Rhône, France 2014

A fine example of Northern RhôneSyrah from a real star in the making. A wonderful nose full of damson, liquorice and cherries with great purity and elegance on the palate.

Lemon tart

Muscat Beaumes de Venise, Domaine de Durban, Rhône, France 2015

Apricot and white peach, with citric hints and a whiff of mandarin.

Rick Stein, Sandbanks

Wednesday 25th October

£75 pp

“Join us for a journey from Italy’s southernmost Island to the foothills of the Alps picking some of the country’s most iconic wines.” Charlie Stein


Ceviche of bass with verbena and apple

Soave Pieropan Classico Superiore, Veneto, Italy 2016

Pieropan are without a doubt the best producers in Soave.

Lobster salad with chives and bitter leaves

Lugana Santa Cristina, Vignetta Massoni, Veneto, Italy 2015

This single vineyard Lugana from the vineyards on the banks of Lake Garda. The wine reflects that beautiful view.

Braised fillet of brill with truffles, potato, mushrooms and truffle oil

Planeta Chardonnay, Sicily Italy 2015

Full, bold and rich. Italian Chardonnay at its exuberant best, you can almost taste the sunshine.

Beef shortrib, beetroot and pickled red onion

‘Ugolforte’ Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy 2008

Brunello with power and complexity but also with wonderful elegance and finesse.

Chocolate pavé with malted milk

Brachetto d`Acqui DOCG Contero, Piedmont, Italy 2016

Red, sweet and fizzy, perfect with light desserts.

Rick Stein, Winchester

Tuesday 7th November

£75 pp

“Dishes and wines inspired by Rick’s recent visit to Bordeaux for his BBC series, Long Weekends.” Charlie Stein


Raw sea bass with ponzu and verbena

Château Bauduc Bordeaux Blanc Sec, France 2015

Made by Englishman Gavin Quinney who is a great friend of the family. Fresh, crisp and with loads of grassy zing.

Turbot ragout with Vouvray and basil

Grand Enclos du Château de Cérons Blanc, Graves, Bordeaux, France 2014

A fresh nose of white flowers and grapefruit with great balance on the palate.

Hake casserole

Domaine de Compostelle, Pomerol, Bordeaux, France 2012

Cassis, plum and red berry fruit marrying notes of cedar, leather, meat and cigar leaf.

Côte de boeuf with duck fat chips and Béarnaise

Château Citran, Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois, Bordeaux, France 2010

Fully mature with a perfumed nose with a blackcurrant fruit- dominant palate that merges with more developed smoky, gamey qualities.

Tarte tatin

Monbazillac, Domaine de Grange Neuve, Bordeaux, France 2011

A fab pud wine from Bergerac, every bit as delicious as a Sauternes but slightly lighter in body.

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