The Grange Festival 2022 - Dining Brochure

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T H E G RA N GE F E S T I VA L DINING 2022


WELCOME

Summer festival opera is unique in offering time to savour at leisure both stage and dining table. At The Grange we pride ourselves on giving you ten minutes more than our peers in the long interval for the unhurried enjoyment of both epicurean and social delights. Our first few years of Grange Estate chef, Becka Cooper’s menus – Dinner inside, Supper outside – have proved a triumph. She and her team have risen magnificently to the challenge of feeding many hundreds of you every evening with locally sourced food of lyrical taste and colourful hue.

Our renowned Hampshire wine merchant, Simon Taylor, knows of old what flows deliciously on highly charged summer evenings. And our trump card, The Grange Sparkling Wine, features prominently among your pre-performance aperitifs. Every restaurant in the land has struggled in recent months to keep costs down. Becka has gone out of her way to do the same. You will not be surprised that our Dinner and Supper prices are a little higher than last time. But we are determined that the performance in the kitchen will match that on the stage.

As you will hear Macbeth sing this summer before his ill-fated Feast, “Pago son io d’accogliere tali ospiti a banchetto – I am happy to welcome such guests to the banquet.” We expect no ill fate.

Michael Chance

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WELCOME FROM BECKA Wow! What a year it has been. On June 24th we went from 0 to 100 literally overnight and then managed to deliver an opera festival and 2 years’ worth of weddings and events in 4 extraordinary months. There was a lot of flying by the seat of my pants, and we didn’t get much sleep, but with the help of my magnificent front of house, back of house, and kitchen teams, and the fabulous Grange Events team, WE DID IT!

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And as a result of that we go into the 2022 Festival as an even tighter team, even more committed to giving our guests a unique dining experience. And the reason for that isn’t because I’m a Michelin-starred chef (yet!), running an enormous glitzy enterprise. It is because we are the Grange Home Team. Not only are all our ingredients grown, produced or reared locally and on the estate, but so is my team. We are home grown – I live here, my kitchen is here, my cooks and waiting staff are all local. We would never pretend to be anything we are not. We play to our strengths, delivering unpretentious food which tastes delicious, with the panache of an ex-opera singer turned cook.


Following last year’s extraordinary Festival when we had to think on our feet, chopping, changing and adapting our dining offering right up until the very last minute to reflect the chopping and changing of Covid rules and regulations, this year we are returning to the more familiar, more formal, Dining in the House as well as the relaxed Supper in the Park. In the house we will be offering 4 different menus, each with a choice of 3 starters, 3 main courses, 2 puddings or cheese. In the park we will also be offering 4 menus and each one has a choice of meat/ fish or vegetarian. These menus will run consecutively, allowing me to make the most of all the wonderful, seasonal ingredients we are so lucky to have here in Hampshire.

We continue to work closely with small local suppliers and producers and a very exciting development is that Worthy Earth, who have established a market garden at Dummer Down Farm will be growing directly for me, giving me access to the best seasonal produce which is grown organically and cultivated by hand. And here on the Grange Estate, our very own Home Farm is also in the early stages of establishing a market garden and going forward I hope that their fruit and veg will be at the heart of my menus. This is field to fork, with minimal food miles, and the inspiration behind the salad which is featuring on each menu in various different guises. As ever, we will endeavour to accommodate your dietary requirements where possible. Please talk to Sofia about these and she will put you directly in touch with me if necessary.

We all care deeply about Dining@TheGrange. We are all personally invested in it and I hope that comes across when you walk into our dining room or into your pavilion or marquee and start tucking in. We want you to have the most fabulous evening ever – a spectacular theatrical experience and a dining experience that makes your taste buds zing and leaves you feeling very well looked after, with a smile on your face. Let the Feasting begin!

Becka Cooper

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A DAY AT T H E O P E R A Each evening, the park opens two hours prior to the start of the performance, and we encourage you to make the most of this time to immerse yourself fully in the idyllic atmosphere of The Grange.

To begin your evening, why not enjoy drinks and canapés at The Portico Bar with its stunning views. If you have a sweeter tooth, perhaps a visit to The Tea Pavilion with its selection of hot drinks and cake will be your first port of call. New this year is The Grange Landrover. Here you will be able to purchase ice cold bottles or glasses of The Grange sparkling wine. During the season it will make its way around the grounds, visiting all the picnicking terraces. Inside the house, give yourself time to browse Lady Ashburton’s shop and the Art@TheGrange exhibition, before the sound of bells beckons you to take your seat in our award-winning opera house.

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When you emerge into the glorious goldenhour light for the 100 minute interval, there is sure to be a dining option which suits your party. For Dinner in the House, head into the faded grandeur of the historic mansion and savour a three-course menu bursting with the best local, seasonal produce. If you prefer to dine al fresco, choose Supper in the Park, a sumptuous picnic supper laid for you in your marquee or pavilion. Alternatively, bring your own picnic and make use of the marquees, pavilions or spread a rug on the beautiful lawns.

Once the performance is over, continue to enjoy the summer evening in your tent or at The Portico Bar. The shop is also open for you to make or collect any purchases. The park is open until 11:00pm.

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T H E P O R T I C O BA R Suspended over the monumental steps, The Portico Bar’s beautiful lake views make it the perfect place to begin your evening. Soak up the atmosphere at The Portico Bar whilst sipping on some of our perfectly chilled and perfectly local English sparkling wine – The Grange CLASSIC and The Grange PINK both pair wonderfully with a plate of local smoked trout or Becka’s delicious canapés.

PRE-ORDERED FOOD C ANAPÉS • •

Little roasted vegetable frittata Crostini with prosciutto and celeriac remoulade Filo tartlet with quail egg, crispy pancetta and mustard mayo Skewer of local mozzarella and tomato with basil Cucumber with hot smoked chalk stream trout and horseradish crème fraiche Old Winchester shortbread with roast peppers and feta Canapés £20 (12 items)

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Smoked chalk stream trout on brown bread £20

AVA I L A B L E O N T H E DAY Where possible we encourage you to pre-order your drinks for both PrePerformance and Long Interval dining. Wine can be pre-ordered by the bottle only, individual glasses can be purchased on the day from The Portico Bar. You can find the full wine list on page 18. There will be a reduced wine list, and a selection of soft drinks and savoury snacks available for purchase on the day. The Grange Landrover will be serving their Sparkling wine by both the glass and the bottle.


T H E T E A PAV I L I O N The Tea Pavilion can be found on the Cedar Tree Terrace and is open two hours before the performance starts and remains open until the end of the long interval with no need to pre-book your tea, coffee or cake. We are delighted to welcome back the team of volunteers from Winchester Hospice to run The Tea Pavilion again for the 2022 Festival. Take a seat, relax and indulge in something sweet and delicious; all while giving back to this fantastic cause. Everything in The Tea Pavilion is available for a donation of your choice.

Winchester Hospice believe that Every Moment Matters. A local hospice in Winchester reduces the amount of time patients and their families spend travelling to receive hospice care or visit loved ones, so more time can be spent with the people who mean the most to them. Winchester Hospice is there for patients and their family – supporting them with care and compassion, delivering care on site and in the community 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Treat yourself generously.

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T H E L O N G I N T E RVA L

DINNER IN THE HOUSE All menus are £77 for three courses including Brothers’ Bakehouse bread and butter, Grange spring water, Moonroast Candover Blend coffee, tea, fresh mint tea and Summerdown bitter mints.

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If you or a member of your party has a particular dietary requirement, allergy or intolerance, please let the dining team know at the point of booking. A full list of ingredients per dish is available upon request, please contact the dining reservations team (dining@thegrangefestival.co.uk) for further information or with any queries. Whilst we do everything we can to ensure no cross-contamination of our dishes, please be aware that our food is made in a kitchen which also utilises the following ingredients: cow’s milk, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, shellfish, wheat, soy and fish.

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MENU ONE

June 9, 10, 11, 17, 18 MAIN

STARTER •

Brothers’ Bakehouse bread and butter Asparagus vinaigrette with chopped egg, dill, tarragon and chives Carpaccio of Grange Estate venison, creamy parmesan dressing, Will’s watercress

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The Festival salad with fresh chalk stream trout

Trio of little puds: Lemon posset Raspberry bakewell White chocolate & cherry blondie

New Forest berries with Jude’s sorbet

Local cheeseboard

Moonroast coffee, tea, mint tea

Summerdown after dinner mints

M E N U T WO

June 24, 25, 26

STARTER

Caramelised onion and spelt arancini with roast tomato sauce

Chilled pea and mint soup

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Slow roast pork belly, apple slaw, crispy potatoes, salsa verde

DESSERT

Brothers’ Bakehouse bread and butter Chalk stream trout ceviche with cucumber, wasabi and citrus Chargrilled vegetable terrine with nettle pesto Chilled watercress soup

MAIN •

Cumin-spiced lamb with orzo, broad beans, feta and basil

DESSERT •

Slow-roast Nutbourne tomatoes stuffed with delicious things The Festival salad with a filo crab tart

Trio of little puds: The Grange Sparkling Wine jelly Chocolate tart Elderflower cheesecake

New Forest berries with Jude’s sorbet

Local cheeseboard

Moonroast coffee, tea, mint tea

Summerdown after dinner mints


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MENU THREE

June 28, 29, 30 | July 1, 2, 3 MAIN

STARTER •

Brothers’ Bakehouse bread and butter Parsonage Farm coppa with celeriac remoulade Slow-roast heirloom tomatoes, charred fennel, buffalo mozzarella, salmoriglio dressing

The Festival salad with chicken

Trio of little puds: Gooseberry fool Rhubarb and custard tart Chocolate opera cake

New Forest berries with Jude’s sorbet

Local cheeseboard

Moonroast coffee, tea, mint tea

Summerdown after dinner mints

MENU FOUR

July 5, 6, 8, 13, 14

STARTER

Twice-baked Old Winchester and watercress souffle

Chilled cucumber and yoghurt soup

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The Grange Hampshire venison loin, pureed courgettes, rosemary potatoes, roast vine tomatoes

DESSERT

Brothers’ Bakehouse bread and butter

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Local duck, sorrel, watercress, radish, raspberry vinaigrette

Summer vegetable, herb and ricotta tart

Chilled heritage tomato soup

Chalk stream trout saltimbocca, herbed puy lentils, lemon butter sauce Creamy polenta, buffaloumi, sauteed vegetables, gremolata The Festival salad with beef tagliata

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Trio of little puds: Chocolate pot Lemon meringue tart Strawberry pavlova

New Forest berries with Jude’s sorbet

Local cheeseboard

Moonroast coffee, tea, mint tea

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P R I VAT E D I N I N G If you are bringing a large party, why not consider private dining? The Gallery on the first floor of the main house provides an atmospheric and historic setting for your interval dining. Seating up to 24, The Gallery overlooks the double-height Oval Lawn room with its exquisite chandelier and arresting views up the lime avenue. This is our premium dining room in which you and your guests can enjoy an exclusive dining experience. A dedicated team will serve you. Your table will be decorated with freshly picked estate flowers. The Gallery will also be available to your party before the performance if required.

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Separate Dining is also available in the Map Room, situated on the ground floor at the front of the house and seating up to 30. The Map Room has views over the Oval Lawn and Lime Avenue. It is fully wheelchair accessible. The cost of hiring the Gallery is £500. To book The Gallery or The Map Room please contact the Dining@TheGrange reservations team on 01962 792208 or 01962 791020.


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S U P P E R I N T H E PA R K Arrive at your tent and find everything you need to begin your evening at The Grange. We will provide you with champagne flutes and highball glasses for your pre-performance entertaining. Why not pre-order canapés (page 6) and a bottle of The Grange Sparkling Wine? While you enjoy the first half of the performance, we will set out your picnic in gorgeous bowls and platters so that everything looks beautiful ready for the interval. As you return to the theatre for the second half of the performance, we will clear everything away ensuring a blissfully stress-free evening from start to finish.

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Supper in the Park is £50 per person, with a minimum order of two, and includes the food and place settings. You will need to book somewhere to enjoy your delicious Supper. Choose from seats on a long table in one of the two marquees or a private pavilion. Full details can be found on page 22. If you or a member of your party has a particular dietary requirement, allergy or intolerance, please let the dining team know at the point of booking. A full list of ingredients per dish is available upon request, please contact the dining reservations team (dining@thegrangefestival.co.uk) for further information or with any queries.

Whilst we do everything we can to ensure no cross-contamination of our dishes, please be aware that our food is made in a kitchen which also utilises the following ingredients: cow’s milk, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, shellfish, wheat, soy and fish.


S U P P E R I N T H E PA R K M E N U S

MENU ONE

M E N U T WO

MENU THREE

MENU FOUR

June 9, 10, 11, 17, 18

June 24, 25, 26

June 28, 29, 30 | July 1, 2, 3

July 5, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14

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Old Winchester shortbreads Hot smoked chalk stream trout and watercress tart ~or~ Summer vegetable tart Charred asparagus with pangrattato

Heirloom tomato salad New potatoes with herb oil Local cheeseboard ~or~ Trio of little puds: Lemon posset Raspberry bakewell White chocolate & cherry blondie

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Lyburn Garlic and Nettle shortbreads Chermoula spiced beef ~or~ Chermoula spiced aubergines Roast sweet potatoes, caramelised onions, cherry tomatoes, avocado, mint, Middle Eastern spices Will’s watercress Local cheeseboard ~or~ Trio of little puds: Grange Sparkling Wine jelly Chocolate tart Elderflower cheesecake

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Lyburn Gold and thyme Shortbreads Harissa roasted chicken ~or~ Falafel

Greek salad with an English twist

~or~ Veggie Ploughmans

Will’s watercress

Gooseberry fool Rhubarb and custard tart Chocolate opera cake

The Grange Festival Ploughmans Becka’s legendary ham, scotch egg, sausage roll, wedge of Old Winchester, onion marmalade, local tomatoes and radishes, and Will’s watercress

Hummus, spiced chickpeas, minted yoghurt and herbs

Local cheeseboard ~or~ Trio of little puds:

Old Winchester and rosemary shortbreads

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Local cheeseboard ~or~ Trio of little puds: Chocolate pot Lemon meringue tart Strawberry pavlova

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W I N E & E N G L I S H S PA R K L I N G Where possible, we encourage you to pre-order your drinks for both Pre-Performance and Long Interval dining. Wine can be preordered by the bottle only, individual glasses can be purchased on the day from The Portico Bar.

ENGLISH SPARKLING

Region

Year

125ml

Bottle

{1} The Grange CLASSIC NV

England

NV

£12.50

£60.00

England

NV

£12.50

£65.00

Very pale with a fine, steady mousse of small bubbles. Gorgeously alluring on the nose – fresh, citrus, light autolysis, russet apples, hint of iodine too. On the palate, smooth supple mousse with fresh, lemony white fruit, refreshingly racy but not too much and again this touch of russet which gives a depth of richness to it, saline and fresh on the finish.

{2} The Grange PINK NV Gorgeous pale onion skin pink with a fine, steady mousse. On the nose warm red berry fruit with a hint of redcurrant, creamy, leafy, with a palate of supple fruit, light red berry with fresh, racy white fruits too, a very light floral touch and again this touch of cream, mouth tinglingly fresh, juicy, with a light phenolic note and a long, refreshing finish.

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W H IT E W I N E

Region

Year

125ml

175ml

Bottle

{3} La Combe Saint-Paul, Viognier, IGP Pays d’Oc

France

2021

£6.00

£7.50

£32.00

South Africa

2021

England

2021 £35.00

France

2020 £40.00

Fresh and lightly floral example from vineyards near the Mediterranean.

{4} Cape Atlantic, Sauvignon Blanc, Western Cape

£34.00

Crisp and nettley Sauvignon Blanc from cool Cape vineyards.

{5} Danebury, Madeleine Angevin A delightful easy-drinking Hampshire dry still white wine, with a delicious aroma. Orchard fruit flavours, hint of elderflower and a refreshing citrus finish.

{6} Fichet, Mâcon-Burgy, Les 3 Terroirs Fresh but creamy unoaked Chardonnay from three plots of vines near Viré.

{7} Aba de Trasumia, Albariño, Rías Baixas

Spain

2020/21 £45.00

France

2020/21

From maritime-influenced Galicia, an apricot and citrus flavoured white with floral and saline hints.

{8} Pierre Cherrier et fils, Sancerre

£9.50

£12.00

£50.00

Classic Loire Sauvignon, refined, with a subtle citrus heart.

{9} Hoddles Creek, Chardonnay, Yarra Valley

Australia

2020 £55.00

France

2019 £65.00

France

2018

Fine barrel-fermented Chardonnay from high, cool vineyards in the Upper Yarra.

{10} Domaine Fourrey, Chablis, 1er Cru, Mont de Milieu Steely unoaked Chablis from this well-sited Premier Cru.

{11} F & D Clair, St-Aubin, 1er Cru, Murgers de Dents de Chien

£90.00

Opulent and well-textured white Burgundy from top St. Aubin vineyard.

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RO S É W I N E

Region

Year

125ml

175ml

Bottle

{12} Quatre Tours, Signature Rosé, Coteaux Aix en Provence

France

2021

£7.00

£9.00

£38.00

France

2020 £45.00

Pale and understated Provence rosé: delicate flavours of berries and stone fruit.

{13} Domaine de la Ribotte, Anais, Bandol Rosé The sunny terraces of Bandol deliver a full flavoured and intense rosé from the Mourvèdre grape.

R ED W I N E

Region

Year

125ml

175ml

Bottle

{14} Valle Frio, Pinot Noir, Maule

Chile

2020

£6.00

£7.50

£32.00

France

2018 £35.00

Italy

2019 £40.00

France

2020

France

2018 £50.00

True, fragrant, strawberry accented Pinot Noir .

{15} Château La Plaige, Bordeaux Superieur 60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, a ripe and surprisingly classic claret.

{16} Talosa, Rosso di Montepulciano Savoury Sangiovese from vineyards near the town, aged in Slavonian oak.

{17} La Chapelle des Bois, Fleurie

£9.50

£12.00

£47.00

Gamay from one of the ten Cru Villages, exuberant but with some spine too.

{18} Château Beauregard Ducasse, Graves Excellent aromatics, smooth tannins and restrained Graves character.

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Bin Number | Corkage at £30 per bottle | NB wine can only be pre-ordered by the bottle, but glasses are available on the day.


R ED W I N E

Continued

Region

Year

South Africa

2018

Australia

2020 £60.00

France

2015 £85.00

France

2017 £100.00

S W EE T W I N E

Region

Year

{23} Lions de Suduirant, Sauternes

France

2015 £40.00

{19} Chamonix, Reserve Cabernet Franc, Franschhoek

125ml

175ml

Bottle £55.00

Well-oaked, a powerful example displaying generous raspberry and blackcurrant flavours.

{20} Wickhams Road, Pinot Noir, Gippsland Supple and light, strawberry and woodsmoke accented Pinot Noir from Victoria.

{21} Château Bellegrave, Pauillac From a hot vintage: berried fruit with cigar box aromatics; attractively forward example from this famed commune.

{22} Jean Guiton, Beaune 1er Cru Les Sizies Charming Côte de Beaune Pinot Noir, red-fruited and elegant.

75ml

Half Bottle

From a famed Sauternes estate: lightly oaked; tangerines and butterscotch.

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M A R QU E E S , PAV I L I O N S & E X T R A S •

The Grange Pavilion (seats up to 30) – £300

Private Pavilion (seats up to 16) – £120

Marquee Reserved Seat £12 per person

Cutlery & Crockery £12 per person

The place setting includes 1 x wine glass, 1 x water glass, starter, main and dessert plates, cutlery for each course and a linen napkin. If you are booking Supper in the Park you do not need to order cutlery and crockery as this is included in the price. If you prefer to dine al fresco, there is plenty of space on our beautiful lawns for you to bring your own picnics, rugs or tables and chairs. No gazebos, large parasols or barbecues permitted.

T H E F E S T I VA L E X P R E S S The Festival Express is our dedicated service from Basingstoke Railway Station to The Grange. Our driver will meet the selected train and transport you to the venue with enough time to drink in the wonderfully relaxed atmosphere at The Grange. This service departs 15 minutes after the performance from the Oval Lawn outside the house and will take you back to Basingstoke Station. £20 per person for a return ticket and you can book this service up to 48 hours before your visit. Please ensure you book well ahead of time as space is limited.

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AC C E S S I B I L I T Y Our site has moderately challenging terrain, but we will always do our best to help those with restricted mobility. We offer a dedicated car park with a buggy service to transport you to your destination and back. If you have severely restricted mobility, we can arrange the use of our drop-off zone. The Portico Bar, Theatre and House have wheelchair ramps and both sets of facilities have an accessible toilet. If you have any access needs, please contact us on 01962 792208 or 01962 791020 so arrangements can be made.

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SUPPLIER MAP

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C

Q

X

I –Harvest Fine Foods

B –Brothers’ Bakehouse

J – I sle of Wight

Beaulieu New Forest Four Marks

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D

A –Bellord and Brown

C –CE Evans and Son Alresford

B I

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D –Chalkstream Foods Romsey

E – T he Grange Hampshire

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Game Keeper, Max The Grange

A

Totton

Cheese Company Sandown Isle of Wight

K –Jude’s Ice Cream Twyford

L –Laverstoke Park Farm Overton

M –Lusso Leaf Stockbridge

F –The Grange Home Farm N –Lyburn Farm The Grange

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G – T he Grange

J S

Sparkling Wine Burge’s Field Vineyard

H – H ampshire Cheese Company Herriard

Landford, Salisbury

Fruit Co Brockenhurst

S –Nutbourne Tomatoes Chichester

T – P arsonage Farm Charcuterie Upton, Andover

U –Summerdown Mint Malshanger

V –The Tomato Stall Arreton Valley, isle of Wight

O –Martha Hollis

W –The Wasabi Company

P – M edstead Meats

X –Will’s Watercress

Alresford

Game Dealer Medstead

Q –Moonroast Coffee Chilton Candover

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R – T he New Forest

Alresford

Bighton–Alresford

Y – W orthy Earth

Market Garden Dummer


THE GRANGE The Grange Festival is unique among opera festivals in having its own vineyard, making rare and delicious sparkling wines. In 2009 the four Baring siblings decided to work together to produce something exceptional from the soft, chalky landscape that had supported the family for 200 years. They wanted something more than a simple agricultural product, something that would stand the test of time – beautifully crafted, low-volume, English sparkling wines seemed a perfect goal.

“ powerful red fruits at its core, finely balanced with long lovely flavours…”

Twelve years after the first inklings of a plan and barely more than a mile from the theatre, The Grange are now producing exceptional, award winning wines that sing with the harmonies of chalk and flint and the gentle, rolling downland. The judges at The International Wine Challenge said of The Grange, PINK sparkling wine “powerful red fruits at its core, finely balanced with long lovely flavours…” and The Grange CLASSIC was described as “luminous and crisp with flavours of apple snow and croissant” by Victoria Moore in The Daily Telegraph. Pick up a glass or a bottle of this nectar from either The Portico Bar or The Grange Landrover roving bar – coming to a terrace near you…

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T H E G R A N G E H O M E FA R M The Grange Home Farm is a Victorian Model farm built in 1878 by Alexander Baring, who was keen to encourage and enhance agricultural innovation on his estate through a demonstration farm. It was designed to be both beautiful and utilitarian, showcasing the latest technological improvements in a picturesque setting. With a dairy, creamery, poultry house, piggery, granary, laundry, stables, smokery, prep room and 12 horsepower Easton & Anderson engine, the farm was an exemplary feat of agricultural technology. If you’d glanced over your right shoulder as you came down the Festival drive, you’d have caught a glimpse of the red brick faced farm nestled into the slopes of the parkland.

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However, this type of mixed farming was not the one that came to dominate the British landscape. Over the years, the redundant buildings of Home Farm slowly fell into decay as the estate moved along with the tide of modern agriculture.


Until 2020, when another Baring passionate about farming, returned to restore the derelict Home Farm. Fred Baring brings scientific and ecological practices back to the family farm, which now supplies local shops and the Festival’s menu with seasonal organic produce. The farm is committed to regenerative practices that enhances the local ecology whilst growing top quality and delicious produce.

“As a farm, we couldn’t be more delighted to add to the spectacular experience The Grange Festival brings to the parkland. Traditionally, these buildings grew and served food from the surrounding land to feed the main house, so it feels very fitting to be doing it again.” – Fred Baring With the restoration works due to be completed next year, the refurbished accommodation will be open for those wishing to stay overnight in the park and experience the model farm’s fascinating heritage in closer detail.

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CA L E N DA R 2 0 22 Please note the new start time of 17:00 for all performances, including Sundays.

Tuesday 28 June 17:00

THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD MENU THREE

JUNE

Wednesday 29 June 17:00

TAMERLANO MENU THREE Thursday 9 June 17:00

Thursday 30 June 17:00

MACBETH MENU ONE

MACBETH MENU THREE

Friday 10 June 17:00

TAMERLANO MENU ONE Saturday 11 June 17:00

MACBETH MENU ONE Friday 17 June 17:00

MACBETH MENU ONE Saturday 18 June 17:00

TAMERLANO MENU ONE Friday 24 June 17:00

TAMERLANO MENU TWO Saturday 25 June 17:00

MACBETH MENU TWO Sunday 26 June 17:00

THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD MENU TWO

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JULY Friday 1 July 17:00

THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD MENU THREE Saturday 2 July 17:00

FROM BLUES TO RHAPSODY MENU THREE Sunday 3 July 17:00

TAMERLANO MENU THREE Tuesday 5 July 17:00

MACBETH MENU FOUR Wednesday 6 July 17:00

THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD MENU FOUR Friday 8 July 17:00

THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD MENU FOUR Wednesday 13 July 17:00

DANCE@THEGRANGE MENU FOUR Thursday 14 July 17:00

DANCE@THEGRANGE MENU FOUR

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H OW T O B O O K BY P O S T Included with this booklet are two forms: one for booking Dinner in The House and the other for Supper in the Park bookings, including marquee and pavilion reservations. Please ensure you book your catering requirements as soon as possible.

DINNER IN THE HOUSE

S U P P E R I N T H E PA R K

These forms can be used to book your interval Dinner and any pre-performance food and drinks. There is a separate page for each of the four menus menus.

Use this form to book: Supper in the Park (which includes cutlery and crockery), Private Pavilions, Marquee space and cutlery and crockery.

Please note, it is only possible to pre-order wine by the bottle, but wine by the glass will be available on the day.

For all enquiries or to request more forms, please contact the Dining@TheGrange reservations team on 01962 792208 or 01962 791020 or email dining@thegrangefestival.co.uk. For all enquiries about mobility issues or to make a drop-off arrangement please contact caroline@thegrangefestival.co.uk or call 01962 791020.

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H OW T O B O O K O N L I N E Visit thegrangefestival.co.uk/dining-picnic to view all the dining options. 1 If you have completed a ticket booking, please go to thegrangefestival.co.uk/dining 2 Log in using your usual account details. If you do not know what these are please contact the office on 01962 719208 or 01962 791020 and we will be able to assist you. 3 Once you’re logged in, you will see all your Festival booking history. Please select the most recent option and it will take you to your bookings for the 2022 Festival. 4 Select the performance date you wish to book for and click ‘edit’. This will show you all available options for that evening.

5 You will now be able to make your booking for food, drinks and Marquees or Pavilions. 6 If you wish, your guests are able to add their menu choices independently by sending them the link to the booking page. If you are splitting the cost of the booking, your guests can also make payments independently using this link. 7 If you are booking food, please detail any dietary requirements you or your guests have. If necessary, the Dining@ TheGrange team will be in touch to discuss any amendments needed to the dishes. 8 For more detailed instructions please email dining@thegrangefestival.co.uk

All menu choices need to be made by the following dates: Menu 1 – 2 June Menu 2 – 10 June Menu 3 – 16 June Menu 4 – 28 June After your booking has been accepted, you will be able to pay online using a credit or debit card to secure your table. All long interval items must be paid for in advance. Photography: Leela Bennett Graphic design: wearenoun.com

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