Wednesday, July 22nd
T.W.Food Restaurant is proud to announce a new and exciting special event on Wednesday, July 22: Global Vegetarian. Usually known for his sausage, foie gras and meat cooking, Chef Tim does have another side to his kitchen where he pursues a great passion for vegetables. The Global Vegetarian menu takes you around the world with simple and sophisticated spins on cultural favorites like a taco or a green curry: decorated with fine culinary technique and peak summer farm vegetables. Nine courses/five wines paired. $85 per person/$55 wine pairings.
June 30 VENETO
July 7 BUBBLES
July 14 SAUVIGNON
July 21 GERMANY
July 28 TXAKOLI
August 4 NOBLE GRAPES
August 11 PROVENCE
Tuesday, June 30th Veneto VIEW MENU
With the Alps protecting it from harsh climates, the northeastern Italian region of Veneto produces wines that are truly special. The region is neither the warmer Mediterranean to the south nor the colder Germanic regions to the north. It is literally and figuratively right in the middle with its culture, cuisine, and winemaking. Venetian wines span from the powerful red Amarone, to the light and bubbly Prosecco.
Tuesday, July 7th Bubbles VIEW MENU
There’s nothing like the fine mousse of a French Crémant, or colloquially speaking, a chilled glass of bubbly! Toasty whites, blushing rosés and even deep hues of garnet hail from various lands. Tonight in the middle of the summer, we will raise a glass to all types of bubbles!
Tuesday, July 14th Sauvignon VIEW MENU
Sauvignon Blanc is grown all over the world and has as many “names,” as it does styles and aromas. Sometime referred to as Fumé blanc, Sancerre or Pouilly Fumé, in each respective region, and produces aromatic dry white wines. Sauvignon Blanc is also a parent grape to Cabernet Sauvignon.
Tuesday, July 21st Germany VIEW MENU
Riesling, the reigning grape of Germany, makes wonderful, food friendly wines. The naturally high acid and sugars in the grapes make for well-balanced, age-worthy wines. We will showcase Germany’s red wine grape, Dornfelder, Silvaner and of course, Riesling!
Tuesday, July 28th Txakoli VIEW MENU
Txakoli is a wine found in northern Spain’s El País Vasco, within the Basque region. This is a very small region for wine production, made up of three petite DO’s, Arabako Txakolina, Bizkaiko Txakolina and Getariako Txakolina. There are two main grapes found here, Hodarribi Zuri and Hondarribi Beltza. Txakoli can range from white to rosé to red, but region is best known for their dry whites with a slight effervescence. These wines should be served young and cold!
Tuesday, August 4th Noble Grapes VIEW MENU
Also known as an international variety, a Noble Grape is a varietal which has spread worldwide, both by vintners growing it and by wine-drinkers demanding it. One normally associates these grapes with French wines - Pinot noir, Cabernet sauvignon, Chardonnays, etc. - but over time the mass appeal has expanded outside of France's viticulture.
Tuesday, August 11th Provence VIEW MENU
It works out well that the Provence, located right next to the Mediterranean in southeast France, produces some of the best rosé in the world. After all, few things are better on a hot day in the Mediterranean. However, the region also produces very serious white and red wine also.