Ex Nihilo hosts farm to table dinner

Each of chef Jeff Kreklau's courses will be carefully paired with one of Ex Nihilo’s small lot wines.

Comedian Herb Dixon is the entertainment as the Ex Nihilo vineyard in Lake Country holds a dinner celebrating the farm to table movement this weekend in Lake Country.

Ex Nihilo’s Farm to Table Winemaker’s Dinner will be held Oct. 4, starting at 6:30 p.m.

The event is a multi-course meal put on by executive chef Jeff Kreklau and featuing the harvest from Lake Country and surrounding area growers and farmers.

Each course in the meal will be carefully paired with one of Ex Nihilo’s small lot wines as well as a lot of humour from funny man Dixon, one of Canada’s top comedians.

For ticket information and to find out more check out www.exnihilovineyards.com

 

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