With Lindsey Field, Northeast Sales Manager,
Boisset Family Estates
Culinary Offerings by Chef Simon DeJohn
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 – 6:30 p.m.
$99 Per Person Excluding Tax & Gratuity
DELOACH VINEYARDS RUSSIAN RIVER CHARDONNAY’11
LOBSTER & CRAB RAVIOLI
Tender homemade Ravioli with Lobster, Crab, Four Cheeses,
Caramelized Leek-Tomato Beurre Blanc and fresh Herbs de Provence
DELOACH VINEYARDS RUSSIAN RIVER “OFS” PINOT NOIR’10
DELOACH VINEYARDS RUSSIAN RIVER
“GREEN VALLEY” PINOT NOIR’08
Tuna Tartar with Purple Sticky Rice on Cucumber
Peppercorn seared Tuna with Honey Wasabi Crème
Ceviche style Tuna on Wonton with Soy-Ginger Glaze & Miso
DELOACH VINEYARDS CALIFORNIA MERLOT’12
Oven Roasted Cajun rubbed Venison with Twice Baked Sweet Potato,
Spinach-Corn O’Brien Sauté and Sauce Soubise
DELOACH VINEYARDS RUSSIAN RIVER “ESTATE” ZINFANDEL’11
VEAL SALTIMBOCCA “WELLINGTON”
Tender Veal, crisp Prosciutto, Sage, Mascarpone
in Pastry with Lemon Caper Beurre Blanc
DELOACH VINEYARDS SONOMA “FORGOTTEN VINES” ZINFANDEL’09
With Strawberry Serrano Cream Cheese and Salted Caramel Drizzle
Please join us on Tuesday, October 29 when we welcome Lindsey Field to enjoy the wonderful wines of DeLoach Vineyards.
Cecil DeLoach pioneered Pinot Noir wine growing in the Russian River Valley in 1973 – long before the movie “Sideways” put Pinot Noir into everyone’s comfort zone!
In 2003, Jean-Charles Boisset visited and fell in love with the Russian River Valley winery recognizing the similarities between Sonoma County and Burgundy – each having a confluence of river, mountains and soil that is perfect for growing world class Pinot Noir.
After purchasing DeLoach, Jean-Charles began implementing Biodynamic, organic and sustainable winemaking – qualities they were known for in France – to the Russian River Valley. The results are superb!
We’ll be sampling many of their upscale offerings, including three wines rated “92” points – paired with Chef Simon’s cuisine! Click here to view the event menu.