Those looking to indulge this November should look no further than this one-off event that will be held at Burnt House Vineyard this weekend. 

The vineyard, set in the countryside in Little Finborough near Stowmarket, has a reputation for producing its own wines, a business growing in popularity in Suffolk.

Now they have announced an event that unites two of the most indulgent luxuries: wine and chocolate. 

Stowmarket Mercury: A glass of Burnt House wine will be served with the cheese and ham platterA glass of Burnt House wine will be served with the cheese and ham platter (Image: Newsquest)

On Sunday, November 12, customers will be served a glass of Burnt House Vineyard wine with their lunch, as well as a platter of locally cured meats and cheeses, before embarking on a chocolate workshop. 

The event announcement, posted on social media, said: "Learn from award-winning chocolate makers, Tosier, what it takes to transform roasted cocoa beans into chocolate, making your very own hot chocolate puck."

Tosier Chocolatemaker is an independent, family-run business launched in 2016 and based in the Suffolk countryside which specialises in bean-to-chocolate that is fairtrade. 

Burnt House Vineyard opened its doors in August 2022 and serves a range of its own wines, including Bacchus and English fizz.

Tickets are available on the Burnt House Vineyard but places are limited.