Wednesday, December 31st
New Year's Eve 2014
3 Course Menu, 5:00 - 7:00 pm, $75 per person
4 Course Menu, 7:00 - 9:00 pm, $95 per person
9 Course Menu, 9:30 - 2015, $155 per person

Join us for an early dinner before your evening plans or later in the evening, settle into a nine course menu that will take you into the new year! Oyster, wagyu beef, foraged mushrooms, dark chocolate and lots of sparkling wine to to toast the beginning of 2015!

November 25 BEAUJOLAIS
December 2 SICILY
December 9 BURGUNDY
December 16 MALBEC
December 23 CLOSED
December 30 CELEBRATORY WINES
January 6 BORDEAUX
January 13 LANGUEDOC
January 20 ORGANIC/BIODYNAMIC
January 27 ZINFANDEL

Tuesday, November 25th
Beaujolais VIEW MENU

On the third Thursday of November, the young, red wine produced in Beaujolais, France is released to the public. Originally to mark the end of the harvest, now it marks a huge celebration for the new vintage in Paris where Beaujolais claims its home in almost every bistro and brasserie! Tonight, we will showcase the Gamay grape from different AOCs in Beaujolais.

Tuesday, December 2nd
Sicily VIEW MENU

Sicily, the hot volcanic island just off “the boot”, has recently undergone a wine revolution. Throughout history, Sicilian wines were known for their sweetness. However, modernization and serious winemaking are changing that. Nero d’Avola, Sicily’s most important varietal, is capable of making fine, robust reds.

Tuesday, December 9th
Burgundy VIEW MENU

Bourgogne, as the French say, has a rich viticultural history dating from the third century AD. The land, located in eastern France, is prized for producing what is considered the best Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the world. Purity, balance, elegance and finesse are what make these wines so special.

Tuesday, December 16th
Malbec VIEW MENU

Malbec was born in Cahor, Southwest France, where it was originally called Côt. Malbec was often incorporated into the blends of Bordeaux for body and color. However, a frost in 1956 destroyed many Malbec vines the grape’s presence in France declined. Today, Argentina champions Malbec and has become the largest producer of the variety.