Our first dinner with this Mendocino County Vineyard gave guests a chance to sample 5 wines that were not just good and attractively priced, but they were organically-made to boot. The food textures and flavors paired very well with all the wines which made for a great evening at Cantalini. Make sure to join us for our next dinner and bring a couple of your wine-loving friends.
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Caymus and the Wagner Family of wines were highlighted at this great Saturday night wine tasting dinner. It was standing room only for a lovely evening featuring 4 different wines including the 2015 Caymus "Special Selection" Cabernet- a true big dog in the kennel! Make sure to join us for our next dinner and bring a couple of your wine-loving friends.
Duckhorn Vineyards wines were featured at Chef Avi Kapoor's first wine dinner at his new DTLA venue. A sellout crowd enjoyed a reception bubbly and four amazing wines from this legendary vineyard. It was smiles all around and everyone wanted to know when the next wine dinner would be scheduled. Stay tuned- we will be back!
Sculptor Tanya Ragir's home gallery/workshop provided the perfect venue for a Sunday afternoon of great wine and gourmet appetizers. Winery owner Martin Brown showcased 5 excellent wines that were all well received. Happy Spatulas catering did the cooking and what an array of delights it was.
Tercero Winery made the first winemaker dinner at Osteria Bigoli in Santa Monica a very memorable experience. . Guests enjoyed 4 lovely wines perfectly paired with the cuisine of Chef Claudio Marchesan, a legendary man who has worked in Italy, northern and southern California. He is making friends and fans in Santa Monica as people discover this little gem.
Santa Barbara County's Buttonwood Winery had the privilege of being part of the first wine dinner ever held at the iconic Comedy and Magic Club in Hermosa Beach. Guests enjoyed 4 lovely wines perfectly paired with the cuisine of Chef Christine Brown, formerly of Restaurant Christine (Torrance). No slight of hand or zingers-just great food, great wine and a full house.
Steve Kistler's highly rated and hard to find wines were the talk of the evening. Guests enjoyed 2 Kistler Chardonnay and 3 Occidental (Steve's new, personal label) Pinot Noirs with a 4-course gourmet Indian meal created by Akbar's Executive Chef Avinash Kapoor.
Guests enjoyed a 5-course gourmet meal, each course paired with one of Area 5.1 Winery's "out of this world" blends. Owner Martin Brown was on hand to amaze, amuse and explain the unique philosophy behind one of Santa Barbara's up and coming boutique wineries