While most wines are more commonly known for their aging, rosé is a beautiful representation of the vineyard in its youngest form. Most rosé wines should be enjoyed within a year of bottling and are made in different styles, from zesty and crisp to meaty and savory. Within the last 5 years the demand for rosé wine in the market has increased and the availability is short lived.
We will be offering different rosé wines from all over the world paired with 4 courses on our outdoor patio for a night with rosé under the stars. This event is $75/pp (includes tax and gratuity).
Artisanal Cheeses & Charcuterie with Accoutrements
Sofia Brut Rosé, Blanc de Blanc (Pinot Blanc/Riesling/Muscat), California, NV
oyster mushroom, avocado and red chili, herb clam sauce
Domaine de Nizas Rosé (Syrah/Grenache Noir/Mourvedre) Languedoc, France, 2015
Tandoori Chicken Kebab
white bean hummus, olives, cherry tomato, shaved fennel, toasted couscous Aleppo yogurt sauce
Fleurs de Prairie Rosé (Grenache/Cinsault/Syrah) Côtes de Provence, France, 2016
Grilled Veal Chop
creamed leek polenta, fried artichoke hearts, saffron aioli
Sokol Blosser Estate Cuvée Rosé (Pinot Noir) Dundee Hills, Oregon, 2015
bourbon honey glaze, grilled peaches, whipped cream
Fattoria Sardi, Rosato (Sangiovese/Merlot/Ciliegiolo) Toscana, Italy, 2016