What not to miss at this year's Scottish Game Fair!

over 1 year AGOIain Fenwick News & Events

The highly anticipated 29th GWCT Scottish Game Fair is firmly established as Scotland’s most popular outdoor event held within the parklands of the historic and scenic Scone Palace in Perthshire. An annual gathering for country sports enthusiasts, our three-day event is a true celebration of rural Scotland offering something for everyone with over 33,000 visitors enjoying a packed programme of Main Ring events, ‘have a go’ activities and superb shopping. A veritable showcase of game, wildlife and countryside management, the 2017 Fair is going to be a year to remember with an even greater focus on country sports than ever before.


Seriously Good Butchery – Local business Seriously Good Butchery, who specialize in Venison, but also sell Hebridean Hogget and Kippin Beef, are regulars at shows around the country. Their farmed red deer has won several awards and is used by some of the best local chefs. The Seriously Good team are always smiling and we are looking forward to seeing them at the Game Fair again.


The Gin Bothy – The Gin Bothy are launching the latest addition to their delicious portfolio of local gins, with the introduction of ‘Stirrup Cup Gin’. Kim Cameron will be there to hand out samples of the new gin, along with the multi award winning Gunshot Gin, the UK’s only 3 Star awarded gin. If you’re lucky, Kim might even give you a wee song, a multi-talented lady, Kim is well known for her singing too. Check out this video https://goo.gl/29y1Yw


Galloway Chillies - A small business based in South West Scotland (not far from Wigtown – Scotland’s National Book Town). Galloway Chillies grow a range of chilli plants, from the mild through to the super-hot, and produce a range of preserves, hot toddies and mustards. From a gentle warmth to a fiery blast of chilli heat, you are guaranteed an exceptional artisan flavour experience. Passionate about seasonal and local produce, Galloway Chillies has an ingredient sourcing policy with a strong emphasis on seasonal and locally grown.


Summer Harvest Oils – The Rapeseed Oil industry in Scotland is HUGE, and leading the way are Summer Harvest Oils. The Perthshire business is now supplying the best chefs in the country, and you will see their oil being used on television shows like Great British Menu, Live at 5, Sunday Brunch and many more. Make sure you pop over and speak to Mark and Maggie Bush, a lovely couple who have a real passion for what they do. Oh… make sure you taste the Truffle Oil, it’s a little bit special!


On the Sunday, on the stage in the Chef’s Theatre, you can see award winning chef Adam Newth from The Tayberry Restaurant in Broughty Ferry. Adam is taking the country by storm and will be opening his second restaurant in St Andrews on June 30th. One of the dishes Adam will be cooking is a beautiful Mackerel dish, cured with The Gin Bothy's new Stirrup Cup Gin! Not to be missed! 


We will see you all there! For more details, contact details are below...

Scottish Game Fair - http://www.scottishfair.com 


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