Punjabi Dinner at Hambledon Vineyard
December 13, 2018
We are delighted to present an unique event blending an English vineyard with true Punjabi cuisine.
Hambledon was the first commercial English vineyard, established in 1952, and has won many awards for their sparkling wines both in UK and internationally, beating many famous champagne houses in blind tastings. It is situated in the village of Hambledon, which is also the cradle of cricket that was founded here in 1750.
Sanjha, meaning “to share” in Punjabi, was started 10 years ago by Amarjot Singh Randhawa. Amarjot, a hotel management graduate from Chandigarh in Punjab India, is the proprietor and the creative chef behind opening the authentic Punjabi restaurant in Southampton. Being a chef himself Amar has experience in food & service departments in Indian, Thai, and Japanese Tepenyaki. He has agreed to cater this evening away from his restaurant in Southampton and within the vineyard facilities at Hambledon.
The evening of 13 December 2018 will commence at 6.00 pm, and we shall be taken on a short tour of the winery showing you the journey from must to bottle. We shall then be entertained in the viewing gallery with award winning Hambledon Rose and Canapés, followed by a candlelit dinner in the tasting room of finest Punjabi cuisine, combined with wines from the world which will be paired with the taste and flavours of the food.