A match made in heaven
One of the all-time classic food and wine combinations - Duck and Pinot Noir.
Indulge in a Culinary Delight: The Ultimate Duck Feast!
Embark on a tantalising journey for your taste buds with our exclusive five-course dinner extravaganza, where the majestic duck takes centre stage. Prepare to be swept away by a symphony of flavours and textures as our team craft a menu infused with duck in every course.
Each course is perfectly paired with a different Pinot Noir and introduces you to a new dimension of duck-infused deliciousness. From the entrée to dessert, every bite will delight.
Discovery Dinners are a dinner party series hosted by The Fox Hole.
Duck & Pinot Noir
The perfect pair is back.
To complement the sublime flavours of each course, our in-house sommelier has curated a selection of exquisite Pinot Noirs. With their elegant and fruity profiles, these wines are the perfect pair for duck.
Book your table now, and prepare to surrender to the seductive charms of the Duck and Pinot Noir pairing.
- Event Menu -
The Duck & Pinot Discovery Dinner menu is five shared courses. Gluten-free is available on request.
Each course includes full 125mL pours of wine along with a dessert serve (70mL) to finish.
Duck & Pinot Noir
November 2023 Menu
Five courses perfectly paired with five Pinot Noirs from around the world.
Smoked duck, goat cheese and cherry crostini (gfo)
Tiefenbrunner Merus Pinot Blanc DOC - ITALY
Duck and game terrine (gfo)
Palliser Estate Pencarrow Pinot Noir - Martinborough NZ
Watermelon and seared duck salad with roasted cashews (gf)
Barringwood Grazier's Pinot Noir - Northern TAS
Orecchiette roasted duck ragu (gf)
Meerea Park Indie Pinot Noir Shiraz - Hunter Valley, NSW
Chocolate fudge brownie with duck egg crème anglaise (gfo)
Joseph Faiveley Bourgogne Rouge Pinot Noir - Burgundy, FR
Unfortunately on this occasion a plant-based menu is not provided. For our vegetarian friends, we would love to see you at our next Gin Discovery Dinner where a full vegetarian menu is available.
Pinot Noir is one of the oldest cultivated grape varieties in the world - grown perhaps as far back as 1000 BC. At a very similar time, ducks were first farmed by the Chinese and Egyptians. We invite you to savour and enjoy the perfect combination that is Duck & Pinot.
Duck & Pinot: November
This discovery dinner at The Fox Hole is for two weekends in November. To celebrate our new venue at 117 Harrington Street, we've been able to extend our Duck & Pinot (normally for one weekend only) across two different weekends.
Duck and Pinot, the perfect combination - come and see why!
RRP: $199 per person
Early bird: $169 per person