Monday, March 3, 2014

Wine-dinner Mini series continued

Half a week with Jon Bonné. Not a bad week if you love wine. Wine editor of the San Francisco Chronicle and author of the The New California Wine (possibly the most important book on American wine in decades) will be joining us at Five & Ten on March 4th and at Empire State South on March 5th for back-to-back wine dinners. This is also the continuation of the ESS wine-dinner mini series.

Please join us at one (or both) for great vittles and American wines.

Please click here for the menu for Five & Ten's dinner.

Menu for Empire State South is below

Empire State South
March 5th

$120 per person plus tax and gratuity.  Signed book, $35.

citrus-cured harami flounder, celery, pink peppercorn, chili, chervil
Sauvignon Blanc, Cep, ‘Hopkins Ranch’, Russian River Valley, CA, 2012

applewood-smoked conger eel, glazed baby roots, roasted hedgehog mushrooms, seabeans
Chardonnay, Lioco, Sonoma County, CA, 2012
Chardonnay, Peay Vineyards, Sonoma Coast, CA, 2011

poached breast of chicken, parisienne gnocchi, baby carrots, kale, consommé
Pinot Noir, Copain, ‘Tous Ensemble’, Anderson Valley, CA, 2011

roasted rosewood farms goat, pickled vegetables, serrano, cilantro, sweet potatoes
Carignan blend, Lioco, ‘Indica’, Mendocino County, CA, 2011
Zinfandel, Marietta Cellars, Sonoma County, CA, 2011 

slow-cooked lamb saddle, fennel, goat cheese and garlic macaire, herb pistou
Syrah, Peay Vineyards, ‘La Bruma’, Sonoma Coast, CA, 2011

hazelnut tart with chocolate sorbet
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