Winemaker Dinner Featuring Hill Family Estate

August 28, 2014 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
The Cellar
$70, plus tax and gratuity

theCellarThe Cellar is pleased to welcome back Ryan Hill of Hill Family Estate to our next winemaker dinner Thursday, August 28th at 6:30pm.

The occasion marks Ryan’s ninth visit to The Cellar. This time around, Ryan brings with him four world-class wines including Carly’s Cuvee Chardonnay, Clarke Vineyard Syrah, Stewart Ranch Pinot Noir, and NOTG Late Harvest Chardonnay.

This is an opportunity to enjoy a very special four-course pairing dinner in the company of one of our dear friends from this celebrated family owned Estate.

Offered at $70, plus tax & gratuity. By reservation only at714.525.5682or at[email protected]


Carly’s cuvee Chardonnay


Kumamoto oyster, cilantro and grapefruit marge nette


Clarke Vineyard Syrah


Beef Tartare with Parmesan crisp, tomato compote, roasted garlic aoli and frissae


Stewart Ranch Pinot Noir


Braised boar with mustard greens and cherry gastrique


NOTG Late Harvest Chardonnay


Brown sugar short cake, coconut ginger cream and toffee crumble

About Hill Family Estate:

After three decades of farming grapes for some of Napa Valley’s finest wine producers, Doug Hill and his family decided to enter the wine business.

Hill Family Estate was born out of the desire for the family to work together – sharing the experience of crafting fine wines that showcased the grapes that Doug farmed and then introducing those wines to the consumer at a tasting room in their hometown, and American foodie capital, Yountville, California.

Doug farms the grapes and helps craft the wine and Ryan runs the sales division, working hard to get the Hill Family Estate wines placed in select accounts for you to enjoy. Carly lives and works in San Diego and hosts tastings and dinners in Southern California while Darci can be found at the tasting room, with Jack (the dog) by her side, tending to the flowers and enhancing our curb appeal. Hill Family Estate is the culmination of Doug’s vision – a way to share his love of the valley, of farming and of wine with his children and wine lovers everywhere.