France Wine Dinner
Thursday, February 28
France is one of the largest wine producers in the world. Understanding regions is the key to understanding French wine. In France, wine is viewed as an expression of where it was created rather than just the grapes used. French wines are organized not by grape, but by region and producer.
Parsley garlic butter
A classic expression of the appellation with aromas and flavors of citrus, fresh herbs and elderflower. The wine’s medium weight and texture are lifted by firm acidity. Components of flint and limestone lend a strong mineral character to the finish, making it an appetizing wine for the table.
GASTON GÉRARD CHICKEN
Mustard cream sauce
Burrier De La Rochette Mâcon-Bussières
Due to the vineyard’s altitude and limestone-rich clay, this Mâcon-Bussières shows a harmonious mineral-driven acidity. Aromatic, with notes of ripe, yellow stone fruits, this wine delivers a supple mouthfeel due to 9 months of lees aging.
SEARED DUCK BREAST
Villa Domaine Francois Saint-Joseph Rouge
Medium purple color with an attractive bouquet showing aromas of red fruits, spices and pepper. Full bodied, concentrated with firm tannins, medium-high acidity, very young (still ageing). It shows red currant, blackberries , game spices and pepper.
Potato, pearl onion, mushroom
Chateau Parenchere Bordeaux Superieur
An intense ruby color, full and fleshy with a strong underlying structure. Intense red fruit aromas of cassis and black cherry with elegantly soft tannins. There is a great balance between the ripe fruit expression and the wine’s freshness.
La Fleur d’Or Sauternes
Elegant yellow appearance with aromas of candied apricot, peach, mango alongside toasty hints. The palate has a vivacious attack with a remarkable balance between freshness and botrytis.
79 per person
Not inclusive of tax or gratuityPURCHASE TICKETS