Wine Pairing Dinner

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When:
January 29, 2015 @ 6:30 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Where:
Cellar (The) - Fullerton
305 North Harbor Boulevard
The Villa Del Sol, Fullerton, CA 92832
USA
Cost:
$59 per person
Contact:
714.525.5682

Wine Pairing Dinner Featuring Louis Jadot, E. Guigal and Domaine Virginie

Thursday, January 29


We’re pleased to announce our first pairing dinner of the year!
Thursday, January 29 at 6:30pm.

Presented by executive chef Matt Roman, enjoy a three-course pairing featuring three house favorites including Louis Jadot, E. Guigal and Domaine Virginie.

$59 per person. By reservation only at 714.525.5682 or [email protected]

FIRST COURSE

Louis Jadot Couvent des Jacobins Pinot Noir

Smoked Salmon Carpaccio
Beets, Fennel, Frisee, Balsamic Reduction, Truffle Vinaigrette

SECOND COURSE

E.Guigal Cotes du Rhone

Grilled Octopus
Romanesco, Olive Oil Poached Potatoes, Castleveltrano Olives, Sea Beans, Sun Dried Tomato Pesto

THIRD COURSE

Domaine Virginie Thunevin Bordeaux

Braised Pork Shoulder
Coffee Rubbed Pork Shoulder, Celery Root Puree, Crimini Mushrooms, Cherry Jus

ABOUT MAISON LOUIS JADOT
All the wines made under the Maison Louis Jadot label are Appellation d’Origine Contrôlee wines from across the region. Maison Louis Jadot controls over 500 acres scattered across Burgundy, from the Côte d’Or to the Mâconnais and down into Beaujolais.

ABOUT E. GUIGAL
The Guigal Estate was founded in 1946 by Etienne Guigal in Ampuis, a small ancient village and cradle of the Côte-Rôtie appellation. It shelters a unique vineyard where the vines and the wines have been famous for 2,400 years. Arriving in 1924 at 14 years old, the founder vinfied 67 harvests in Côte-Rôtie and, at the beginning of his career, took part in the development of Vidal-Fleury establishment. In 2007, the release of the 2003 vintage of Guigal’s “La La” wines set the record for most expensive release of any Rhone wine, with bottles retailing for as much as $800.

ABOUT MAISON VIRGINIE
Since 1989, vignerons and oenologists have been working side by side to develop and improve their products so that consumers are offered only the very best. The Castel Family discovered Domaines de Virginie in 1999 as part of a quest to capture the individuality of France’s different winemaking areas, and quickly brought it into the Castel fold. The name was subsequently changed to Maison Virginie: a modern house, on a human scale, with its own state of the art winery.

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