XXII Season’s Grand Finale
Pädaste Manor concludes the season with a fabulous dinner party!
Saturday, 3 November 2018
We conclude our inspiring season at Pädaste Manor with a concert by Maria Väli, Estonian jazz singer and composer, and a five course Islands’ Degustation menu by Chef de Cuisine Stefan Berwanger.
Cellar and kitchen doors will be wide open for this fun evening with chefs and sommeliers ready to answer the questions you always wanted to ask.
We invite our guests to this special dinner party – the music will be lively, evening fun and understated glamour! An unforgettable evening to say farewell to Pädaste’s 22nd season!
Price per guest 150 eur inclusive of the 5-course dinner, a welcoming glass of Gran Cuvée Velenosi and all evening entertainment.
The evening starts with the aperitif at 19:00. Other beverages not included.
For reservations and inquiries please contact our Guest Relations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or dial +372 45 48 800.
Reservations are required; limited seats available!
Stock up your cellar
On Sunday 4 November at noon, guests will have the unique opportunity to purchase selected wines of highest quality from Pädaste Collection at wholesale prices.
A great opportunity to stock-up on your wines. Our sommelier is available to make suggestions that suit your taste.
Maria Väli is an Estonian jazz singer, composer and arranger for whom music and singing is something she has been doing as long as she can remember. Maria has been lucky to study with great teachers from early on.
After high school Maria studied jazz music in the Estonian Academy of Music And Theatre obtaining a Master’s degree. One of the most influential teachers was Kadri Voorand whose knowledge and also musical and vocal skills Maria admired and looked up to ever since.
Maria is participating in various projects and bands, the a cappella ensemble Estonian Voices being the most well known. With Estonian Voices she released their debut album “Ole hea” (Be Good) in 2014 and has received more and more recognition ever since.
Music has taken Maria around the world – she performed at jazz festivals and concerts in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Russia, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Switzerland, The United States of America, United Kingdom, Singapore and China.