Wed, Aug 10: Our first collaborative wine dinner at Bistro Barbès!

20 Jul

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After working with Bistro Barbès for a number of winemaker dinners over the last year, we can confidently state that they’re doing consistently assured, imaginative work designing menus rooted in classic French cuisine around a wide variety of wine styles from around the world.

So when they suggested we partner for a series of collaborative wine dinners featuring their inventive pairings for selections from our carefully curated cellar of unique, limited-production wines, we didn’t hesitate!

Our debut dinner will feature two iconoclastic, versatile white wines from Tuscany and Spain, plus our favorite new SBC Pinot Noir and a library release of Côtes-du-Rhône from Lirac legend Rodolphe de Pins at Château de Montfaucon. And that’s before dessert, paired with wonderful Madeira. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover your new favorite wines–and your new favorite restaurant–at a fabulous dinner showcasing what Bistro Barbès and The Vineyard do best!

MENU

FIRST

smoked oyster · lamb carpaccio

Montenidoli Vernaccia di San Gimignano Tradizionale 2014 Tuscany, Italy

SECOND

veal sweetbreads · arugula fettuccine, heirloom tomatoes, corn brodo

Teso Blanco by La Zorra 2014 Salamanca, Spain

THIRD

baby octopus · salted cod and garbanzo succotash

Whitcraft 4 Soils Pinot Noir 2013 Santa Barbara County,  California

FOURTH

trio of duck · duck liver mousse with figs · duck terrine with peach mostardo · duck pastrami with  marcona harissa purée

Château de Montfaucon Baron Louis Côtes-du-Rhône 2007 Rhône Valley, France

…plus a sumptuous dessert paired with Broadbent Madeira

Wednesday, August 10│630p│$75/person

5021 East 28th Avenue

RSVP: 720.398.8085

 

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