Blind Tasting: Can You Identify The Paired Wine?
Grilled lambchops with a cabernet demi-glace.
Roasted portabello bisque topped with a caramelized onion and Gorgonzola mousse.
Buffalo carpaccio topped with a fire roasted sweet pepper relish, horseradish aioli, and Pecorino Romano shavings.
Pork tenderloin medallions simmered in a mole with chocolate and chile hints.
Five exceptional wines from Napa, Chile, and Australia, from $20 to $250.
Robert Mondavi, Napa Valley Reserve, 1994
A supple, complex, and harmonious reserve, sporting a broad range of currant, anise, coffee, cedar and spice flavors, picking up light tasty oak notes and finishing with a smooth texture. Wine Spectator 94
Hess Select, California, 2002
Youthful. Black currant, plum and fresh herb flavors have
plenty of cedary oak, with firm tannins. Wine Spectator 84
Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
Jacob’s Creek, South Australia, 2001
Firm in texture, a blunt wine with strong flavors of mint and herbs, along with some currant. Wine Spectator 84
Cabernet Sauvignon, The Reserve Yellow Tail
Casella Wines, Australia, 2001
Lithe. A strong oaky note mingles with lightish red berry flavors, finishing with firm tannins. Wine Spectator 83
Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon
Santa Rita, Maipo Valley, Chile, 2003
Bold. Balanced. Rich berry, soft tannins, hints of oak and spice.
We are happy to adjust the menu to meet your dietary needs.
Saturday November 19, 2005 @ 7:00 p.m.
Presented by Criss Murdock
$75.00 includes tax and gratuity