Fervor & Yume Wine @ the Cannery

Fervor & Yume Wine @ the Cannery

Sunday, 1 December

1:00PM - 4:00PM

Cannery Arts Centre
Norseman Road, Esperance

Tickets $62 Cannery Members, $70 Non members

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Fervor & Yume Wine @ the Cannery

Join Paul (Yoda) from Fervor & local ambrosia maker Lou from Yume Wine, for conversations encompassing food culture, connection to country and living within the ecological limits of the seasons.  Yoda will serve up samples that reflect the Fervor ethos as well as his signature style, while Lou will supply such tastings as ambrosia infused with native botanicals intended to reflect the Nyoongar seasons, both demonstrating how to use locally sourced ingredients in your food & drink.  

Limited tickets:

$62 Cannery members

$70 non-Cannery members


A bit about Paul: Paul (Yoda) Iskov has pedigree as a chef with an impressive resume that includes experience in highly acclaimed kitchens around the world, many of which have featured in the San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Yoda established Fervor in March 2013 with several aims; to respectfully learn about the foods of the world’s old living cultures, to educate diners about native food and to provide a ‘culinary experience you can’t get anywhere else’. Yoda connects with Traditional Owners and elders and accompanies then onto country to learn about the food that has sustained Australian Aboriginal People for over 60,000 years. The culinary skills Yoda has learned from international master chefs and developed throughout his career are applied to native Australian ingredients, creating foods that facilitate the connection between Australians and their country through the language of food. He has a great love and respect for the land and endeavours to portray this through his dishes and story-telling. www.fervor.com.au


A bit about Lou: Lou Chalmer is an agroecologist, sommelier, winemaker and writer who spent her childhood in the south-west of WA and Esperance. For the last 11 years, she has worked and studied in the eastern states. After completing her studies Lou decided to concentrate on the intersect between agricultural producers and consumers through wine. Her career in the wine industry has been largely focused on sustainable wine production and strengthening the relationship between wine makers and wine drinkers. In 2019, Lou returned to Esperance to pursue new projects and share her knowledge and passion for the food and wine industry with her local community. She brought with her Yume Wine, which started in 2016 as a Yarra Valley-based wine label with a simple idea: to create wines that tell a story about our relationship with the world around us. As such, Yume encompasses an idea that is bigger than that which is in your glass. www.yumewine.co


Paul (Yoda) image credit: OK Media