Bar Boulud Presents a Special Rose Wine Dinner in Celebration of Bastille Day
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In honor of Bastille Day, Bar Boulud celebrates with a special four-course wine dinner, featuring traditional Provençal cuisine along with all things rosé from Château d’Esclans.
Located fifteen miles northwest of the Mediterranean coast, in the sun-drenched landscape of Provence, Château d’Esclans is renowned for their mature Grenache vines, which produce grapes that offer a greater concentration of flavor, creating the palate-grabbing collection of rosé, for which the château is known.
On July 14, 2018, join Sommelier David Bérubé and special guest Alex Diard, Wine Ambassador for Château d’Esclans, who will pour pink and educate guests on some of the “finest rosé you will ever find,” according to Jonathan Ray, Drinks Editor of The Spectactor.
Assortment of Canapés
Whispering Angel, 2017
roasted squash, pine nuts, lettuce cream
Rock Angel, 2017
smoked tomato broth, Day-Boat cod, local shellfish
Les Clans, 2016
caramelized figs, celery root, baby fennel
Blueberry and Violet Panna Cotta
coconut biscuit, white chocolate, mascarpone meringue
Ticket price includes gratuity and tax.
Join Bar Boulud Sommelier David Bérubé and special guest Emmanuel Lemoine for an educational four-course dining experience
On Friday, October 26, 2018, join Bar Boulud and Sommelier David Bérubé with special guest Emmanuel Lemoine, Château de Beaucastel US Export Director, for a memorable four-course dining experience.
One of the largest wine estates in the Rhône wine region of southeastern France, Château de Beaucastel has been managed by several generations of the Perrin family. The family maintains an impressive portfolio of wines, all of which showcase the complexity and diversity of terroirs of the Rhône region.
Emmanuel Lemoine will present five extraordinary wines including a rare white Chateauneuf-du-Pape. The winery’s 2016 vintage will make its first appearance in the market at the evening’s dinner.
Chef de Cuisine, Brian Arruda will prepare a menu to be served as follows:
Coudoulet de Beaucastel White, Côtes du Rhône, 2014
Chilled Chestnut Velouté
comice pears, caviar, chives
Château de Beaucastel White 2016
Roasted Bone Marrow
garlic confit, pain de campagne, veal jus
Coudoulet de Beaucastel Red, Côtes du Rhône, 2016
Herb Crusted Lamb Saddle
root vegetable gratin, shallot confit, grain mustard jus
Château de Beaucastel 2015
Château de Beaucastel 2016
Cheeses with Chef’s selection of accompaniments
Saint-Marcellin, Beaufort, Bleu de Bresse
*(ticket price includes tax and gratuity)
Join Davio’s Boston and Giovanni Nencini from LUX Imports for a 4 course dinner paired with wine!
ITALIAN WINE DINNER MENU
2015 Pieropan Soave La Rocca
Hamachi, Avocado, Cucumber, Tarragon, Smoked Tomato Vinaigrette
2017 Poggio al Tesoro Vermentino
Jonah Crab Meat Agnolotti, Crab, Chive Butter
2013 Renato Ratti Marcenasco Barolo
Brandt Beef Eye of Ribeye, Baby Parsnips, Boccioli di Ciccio, Garlic, Rosemary
2013 Argiano Brunello di Montalcino
Dark Chocolate Mousse, Amarena Ice Cream, Amarone Syrup
2014 Allegrini Amarone
$125 PER PERSON, PLUS TAXES AND GRATUITIES.
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Join Sommelier Jaimie Puckett and Chef Brian Arruda for a four-course wine dinner.
On August 22nd, join Head Sommelier Jaimie Puckett and Executive Chef Brian Arruda in welcoming Vokel Cellars owner & winemaker Dana von Sternberg for a seasonally-inspired tasting menu featuring limited-production Vokel wines from Sonoma.
Vokel Cellars was born from the concept that the best wines are made in the vineyard, not the winery. Dana focuses on small lots from sustainably farmed vineyards, using minimally invasive winemaking practices, allowing the vineyard sites to speak for themselves.
Reception with Canapés
2015 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay
FOIE GRAS TARTE
apricot, grapefruit, chrysanthemum
2016 ‘Starscape Vineyard’ Russian River Valley Chardonnay
CHORIZO AND CLAMS
tomato, roasted garlic, rouille
2015 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
SWORDFISH EN PAPILLOTE
Olive medley, rosemary, sweet pepper
2016 ‘SHV’ Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
SELECTION OF LOCAL CHEESES
2016 ‘Eastside Ranch’ Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
Join the French Cultural Center for a wine tasting and dinner with La Voile.
Epicureans rejoice! To kick-off the French Cultural Center’s season of wine tastings, they will explore the lovely wines of Alsace with a wine tasting, followed by a separate three-course pairing dinner.
Come discover the lesser-known wines of Alsace, presented by Alexandre Sojfer, Resident Sommelier at La Voile and 1855 Bar à Vins. Alex will share his expertise working with vineyards from Alsace and why this region’s grounds are so prolific yet less available to the American market than other varietals.
Event in English. Advance RSVP strongly recommended. The general tasting is a standing event – this is not a sit-down seminar. Please email email@example.com to request a seat/chair, if needed.
The following dinner is a sit-down three-course dinner in the French Cultural Center’s Library.
The most wonderful time of the year calls for a FEAST and we know just the place to #WineDown in the Back Bay for the holidays!
Four Cheese Crab & Artichoke Dip
parmesan, cheddar, cream, mayo, mustard
Braised Beef Short Rib
sautéed spinach and red wine gravy
fried churros, chocolate dipping sauce
This event is 21+.
For more about Back Bay Social, please click here.
Beverage Director Gregg Guertin takes you back in time to the way wine used to be.
During the next Terra Wine Dinner, Eataly’s Beverage Director Gregg Guertin takes us back in time to the way wine used to be—before the addition of pesticides, chemicals, and additives to today’s agriculture. Each wine pairing during this multi-course dinner will be an expressive, unique, and raw example of grapes in their truest form so that you may taste distinctive characteristics of the grape varietals while appreciating terroir and the growers’ techniques. Along with natural wines, you’ll enjoy biodynamic wines—bottles which are made with a holistic view on agriculture and balance the resonance between vine, man, earth, and stars.
Just like the wine, the five courses prepared by Terra’s Executive Chef Dan Bazzinotti will also draw from primitive roots of cooking and ingredients while showcasing Terra’s wood-fired grill as the main attraction. These dishes will utilize meats from local farms using organic and sustainable methods; wild and sustainable Massachusetts seafood; and local, organic, and foraged fruits and vegetables showcased in their true form to create the perfect pairing with each wine.
During the dinner, you will have the opportunity to learn about the ingredients and stories behind our wines and food directly from our experts. Chef Dan will take you on a journey through all the dinner’s ingredients including the Frantoi Cutrera Primo organic olive oil from Sicily used in the preparation of local seafood; the Country Hen eggs that give our housemade pasta its bright, yellow color; the local, humane, non-GMO meat raised at Chickering Farm in Westmoreland, NH; and our fresh produce from local farms, foragers, and purveyors who strive to keep the quality intact.
Book your seat for another installment of a Terra Wine Dinner under the stars. Stay tuned for the full menu!
At this dinner, you will:
- Indulge in five courses featuring local, organic, sustainable ingredients cooked over the Terra fire
- Enjoy natural & biodymanic wine pairings with each course and learn about the distinctive characteristics of grape varietals
- Meet and chat with Executive Chef Dan Bazzinotti and Beverage Director Gregg Guertin about the stories behind each ingredient and wine pairing
- Experience the magical ambiance of Eataly’s rooftop restaurant, Terra
For more about Terra, please click here.
Take your #WineWednesdays to the next level with Rochambeau
Indulge in a different monthly specialty four course tasting menu crafted by Executive Chef Nick Calias and Chef de Cuisine Matt Gaudet, accompanied by selected wine pairings.
The dinner will be led by Rochambeau’s Wine Director, William Moriarty.
Stay tuned for the full menu – follow Rochambeau on Instagram @rochambeaubos!
Ascend to Terra for a multi-course dinner under the stars (with wine pairings!) for a culinary tour of the valley.
Ascend to Terra for a multi-course dinner under the stars (with wine pairings!) for a culinary tour of the valley with one of the region’s most celebrated producers: Nino Negri. The former winemaker’s daughter herself, Sara Maule, who now resides locally, will guide you through this captivating landscape and introduce the traditions of Valtellina.
The Valtellina is an Alpine valley in Northern Lombardy, just below the border with Switzerland, that was carved out by the mighty river Adda. The valley lies in between the Rhaetian Alps to the north and the Bergamo Alps to the south.
Nino Negri, located in this very valley, was established in 1897 is one of Italy’s most celebrated producers in the Valtellina. The winery operates to this day in a centuries old castle, and uses the original cellars with natural underground temperature control to age their wines.
Each wine will be perfectly paired to savory courses like Pizzoccheri alla Valtellinese, a traditional Alpine pasta dish. You will dive into flame-kissed flavors of the seasonal ingredients prepared over Terra’s famous wood-fire grill as you discover the stories and history behind the dishes and wine.
Get your tickets for this magical night of vino, food, and a storied tour of Valtellina—without leaving Boston—on April 1st!
For more about Terra, please click here.
During this multi-course dinner, Eataly will take you on a journey through the flavors of Liguria’s coastal towns.
Home to the famed Cinque Terre, Liguria’s turquoise coastline is dotted with some of the most beautiful spots in Italy. And right up there with the breathtaking views are fresh flavors of the coast!
During this multi-course dinner, Eataly will take you on a journey through the flavors of Liguria’s coastal towns. From focaccia to pesto Genovese, some of their favorite staples come from this Tyrrhenian gem. Enjoy fresh pesto made in the true Genovese-style using a mortar and taste some of the most traditional seafood prepared by their chef. The four savory courses will allow you to travel through Liguria as you discover the unique traditions of this maritime region. The dinner will end on a sweet note with a final fifth course handcrafted by their expert pastry team.
And because an authentic Italian dinner is incomplete without vino, the dinner will also feature optional wine pairings available for purchase and selected by their Beverage Manager Gregg Guertin. Liguria’s native varietals include Vermentino, Dolcetto, and Sangiovese.
Spring is in the air! Don’t miss this tasting experience as you take a trip to Liguria’s coast celebrating their fresh ingredients (without ever leaving Boston)!
For more about Eataly Boston, please click here.