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Wine Dinners

This region is France's best-kept secret. Many beautiful wines, yet relatively affordable.
We hope to make you discover some of these best kept secrets, paired with the talent of Chef Xavier Grenet.
Languedoc-Roussillon (often called "the Languedoc") is a historical coastal region in southern France, extending from Provence to the Pyrenees Mountains and the border with Spain. It's now part of Occitanie. The area is a major wine producer, with Vin de Pays d'Oc and sparkling Crémant de Limoux among its best-known varieties. The regional capital, Montpellier, is home to a well-preserved medieval quarter.

Thursday March 30, 2017 $70/person



Amuse Bouche
Encornet Farci/Stuffed Calamari With Chorizo Risotto and Squid Ink
Paired with Picpoul de Pinet Hecht & Bannier, 2015
Prime Rib with/ Languedoc Eggplant, Cured Ham, Parmesan Cheese
Corbières, Château de Mattes-Sabran, Le Viala, 2012
Almond Cake with Apricot Coulis
Côte de Mas, Crémant de Limoux