SGF – Wine Wars: Old World vs New World Pairing Dinner

When:
July 13, 2016 @ 6:00 pm
2016-07-13T18:00:00-05:00
2016-07-13T18:15:00-05:00
Where:
Vino Cellars
Cost:
$35
Contact:
Vino Cellars
417-883-8466

Introducing yet another NEW twist on our ever-popular Vino Dinner Series…the  Wine Wars Pairing Challenge Dinner!

This month the “war” will be Old World vs New World in an epic challenge of which will pair better! You’ll enjoy 3 fabulous courses, each paired with 2 wines…you get to decide which pairs the best!

NEW pricing! Just $35 per person; includes the 3 courses, 6 wines and of course lots of educational FUN!

Call 883-8466 to make reservations or click here to reserve online!

Check out the menu…

Course One: LEMON GARLIC SHRIMP PASTA

DOMAINE DE NIZAS AOC LANGUEDOC BLANC, FRANCE – A very intense bouquet with aromas of citrus, white peach and wild fennel. The palate is well balanced, clean and crisp, expressing all the flavors in a fresh complexity and lingering finish. A surprisingly expressive southern French white wine that embodies the Domaine de Nizas style of balance and elegance. Roussanne (46%), Vermentino (36%), Viognier (18%)
d’ARENBERG THE HERMIT CRAB, AUSTRALIA – The nose of this wine displays an enticing mix of white stone fruits and sweet pineapple with an underlying hint of ginger. The palate is luscious and flavorsome, again nectarine and peach are prominent, with a twist of candied citrus rind. These sweet flavors evolve through the palate into more savory flavors reminiscent of raw almonds and spice. A generous, textural wine with a surprising finesse on the finish. Viognier and Marsanne.

Course TwoBALSAMIC CHERRY PORK TENDERLOIN, ARUGULA, CHERRY RED WINE REDUCTION, GORGONZOLA

MAISON L’ENVOYÉ BOURGOGNE ROUGE, FRANCE – The Bourgogne Rouge is sourced from three growers situated around Beaune and the Hautes Cote plus a component of 1’er Cru Savigny ‘les Marconnets’. Raspberry aromas hints of clove, and classic floral perfumes lead, followed by crunchy red fruits, silky grape tannins and a nervy, acid backbone. Begs for charcuterie.
INNOCENT BYSTANDER PINOT NOIR, NEW ZEALAND – One of Innocent Bystander’s best Pinot Noir vintages to date. The great yields and pristine quality of the fruit made it a wonderful year to harness whole bunch perfumes. Lovely lifted cherry aromas with dried spice, juniper and fresh bay leaves. The palate shows juicy and brooding dark fruits, a velvety mouthfeel and finishes with soft savory tannins.

Course Three: BUTTER BRAISED PORTOBELLO CAPS, CREAMY POLENTA, ROASTED VEGETABLES

LA FLEUR D’AMELIE BORDEAUX ROUGE, FRANCE – Fresh and intense Cabernet aromas with hints of raspberry and black fruits that combine nicely with the ripe fruit roundness and elegance of the Merlot. On the palate it displays more sweet concentrated blackberry and blackcurrant flavors, with soft round tannins, a delicate structure and a pleasant fruity finish.
STICKYBEAK CABERNET SAUVIGNON, NAPA VALLEY, CA – The 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon shows the classic notes of dark berry fruits, raspberry, licorice, cedar and hints of clove spice. The palate is well structured with ripe, slightly grippy tannins providing the frame for the blackberry, plum and vanilla flavors. The wine is medium bodied with a lovely natural balance and finishes with length and clarity.