And now, hot on the heels of their summer rosé dinners, they're offering a series of harvest dinners based on the French vendange, or grape harvest, where workers and friends come to harvest the grapes in mid-September and gather for a meal each day to share gossip, compare notes and enjoy the fruits of the harvest.
The dinners will feature appetizers, an entree and dessert with two glasses of wine for $50 and, if the rosé series was any indication, there may be more in store. An amazing deal for what is sure to be some fantastic food, the schedule is as follows:
- Sept. 20, Loire Valley: Featuring fricassee de canard et cepes with wines from Chidaine, Touraine and La Grande, Saumur.
- Sept. 27, Alsace: Featuring choucroute garnie with Zind-Humbrecht Riesling and Pinot Blanc.
- Oct. 11, Burgundy: Featuring boeuf bourgignon with wines from Francois Gay and Chandon de Briaille.