FAZENDA is all about the finer things in life: juicy cuts of meat served traditional Gaucho-style, exquisite wines and delicious cocktails.
You pay for your food and the accompanying wines are included in the price
Both the food and drink are an integral part of a meal at Fazenda, perfectly complementing each other to create an experience to savour.
Diners can share in Fazenda's love for fine wines and cocktails with their masterclasses. Under the guidance of professional mixologists and wine masters, you can explore new food and drink pairings to help you make the most of your meal.
The monthly wine masterclasses are led by experts flown into the country to guide guests along their Fazenda journey, helping them enjoy the complete range of Fazenda's meat offering and gourmet salad bar while tasting wines tailored to best accompany each different cut of beef, chicken, lamb and pork.
The next wine masterclasses will be the Miolo masterclass in May and the Delicato masterclass in June.
Each masterclass costs just the same as a meal at Fazenda – you pay for your food and the accompanying wines are included in the price.*
For special occasions such as birthdays or corporate events, Fazenda offers a range of other wine masterclasses which you can book with prices ranging from £45.
Fazenda also offer three different cocktail masterclasses with prices ranging from £25.
You can enjoy expertly-made classics such as cosmopolitans, caipirinhas and frozen strawberry daiquiris or up the ante and include pisco sours and prosecco as well a range of dishes chosen to complement the flavour of the drinks.
Tempted? Click here or call 0113 247 1182 to book
*Please note, there will be an additional charge for desserts and extra drinks
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