May 2017 HOUSE WINE PAIRINGS
$85 PER GUEST
MV Duval-Leroy Champagne, Brut Reserve, Vertus, Cote Des Blancs, France
Pairing Notes: Since 1859, the Duval-Leroy family has been perfecting the art that is their multi-vintage Brut Reserve. This stunning start to the evening is a blend of Pinot Noir, Meunier, and Chardonnay. The glass features notes of dark chocolate, cinnamon, and roasted yellow figs.
2015 Dr. Crusius Riesling, Kabinett, Traiser Rotenfels, Nahe, Germany
Pairing Notes: This single vineyard enjoys an abundance of sunshine, and Dr. Peter Crusius takes advantage of this incredible climate and unique volcanic soils to deliver a subtly honeyed wine with notes of candied lime, honey-crisp apples and a mouth-watering acidity. We couldn’t think of a better match for the tropical flavors of pineapple, chili, coconut and prawns on your first course!
2013 Williams Selyem Chardonnay, Unoaked, Russian River Valley
Pairing Notes: When considering what to pair with Halibut, we all agreed that Chardonnay was undoubtedly the right choice. We offer you a leaner style of Chardonnay that won’t overpower the delicate flavors of your second course. This wine features notes of melon, yellow apple and smokey tea. It has a refreshing acidity and full bodied texture that makes it perfect for the second course.
2013 Bruliam Pinot Noir, Soberanes Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands
Pairing Notes: Nestled in the heart of Santa Lucia Highlands, smack next door to famous Garys’ vineyard, is Soberanes Vineyard. Made by Kerith Overstreet, this Bruliam is everything that you would want – delightfully fresh red cherries and rhubarb and well-integrated earth and spice. A perfect pairing for the Roasted California Squab!
2013 Schug Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma Valley
Pairing Notes: If the Manhattan is the classic cocktail to pair with steak, then we all know that Cabernet Sauvignon is the classic wine. This Cabernet is perfectly balanced, with notes of berries, cassis, and spice. A touch of Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Franc are added to enhance bright berries and lively acidity.
2014 Jorge Ordonez & Co. Moscatel, N°2 Victoria, Malaga, Spain
Pairing Notes: We’re ending the evening with a delicious wine that features a lot of citrus: candied lemon, tangerine, mandarin, and lemon-lime. Luscious, honeyed flowers and sweet herbs, too. This is a complex yet delicious and refreshing dessert wine that will leave you satisfied.