Eat Wild Celebrates WILD Spring Supper Club Success



Last Saturday 23rd March 2024, Eat Wild and Black Chalk, an award-winning English wine producer, came together to host a memorable WILD Spring Supper Club. This unique event celebrated locally harvested produce against the backdrop of the Test Valley in Hampshire.


Louisa Clutterbuck, CEO of Eat Wild said,

“Our first ever supper club and what a success! We are so grateful to Black Chalk for providing us with a platform within their beautiful grounds to showcase the benefits of wild meat to new people. Everyone took to it so well. Please do get in touch if you would also like to team up with us to host a supper club soon.”

As the first of an exciting series of seasonal events taking place at Black Chalk, attendees of the WILD Spring Supper Club were treated to a bespoke culinary experience. The evening included a meticulously crafted menu, showcasing locally sourced wild meats, expertly prepared by Eat Wild’s chefs. 

The menu included; Partridge Arancini with Wild Garlic and Wild Mushrooms, Venison Dog Loaded with Pulled Venison and Crispy Onions, Kentucky Fried Pheasant with Barbecued Corn on the Cob, Jerk Venison with a Jamaican Slaw and Compressed Watermelon, and Chocolate Rice Pudding with Burnt Orange and Poached Rhubarb.

Caroline Kelly one of the diners at the event said,

“It was so fun to try game in so many different ways and watching the Eat Wild team put it together in front of us was very inspiring. I don’t normally eat game but will be definitely try to cook more of it at home now.”


Rebecca Herbert, Marketing & Events Manager at Black Chalk said,

“We enjoyed a fantastic evening at the Black Chalk Tasting Room with Eat Wild, celebrating the diverse world of wild meats. Leon and Louisa had clearly put so much thought into crafting the Supper Club menu for us, highlighting how accessible this type of food offering can be. The dishes were absolutely delicious, beautifully presented and paired perfectly with our Dancer in Pink still rosé, creating the perfect atmosphere for a fun and informal celebration of all things WILD!”