Join Executive Chef John Melfi and Sommelier Samuel Pulda of The Oval Room on Tuesday, September 22nd for a 5 course wine dinner featuring Chablis, the northernmost wine district of the Burgundy region of France.
The experience is priced at $100 per person (tax and gratuity not included) and guests will enjoy a five-course feast with pairings of Saint-Bris Sauvignon Blanc, 2013, Chablis, Domaine Sainte-Claire, 2014, Chablis 1er Cru, “Fourchaume”, 2013, Chablis 1er Cru, “Vaulorent”, 2011, Chablis Grand Cru, “Bougros”, 2011. The full menu is posted below.
Grinnell Caviar, Lemon Verbena
Saint-Bris Sauvignon Blanc, 2013
Watermelon Rind, Jalapeños, Lemon Oil and Cilantro
Chablis, Domaine Sainte-Claire, 2014
Olive Oil Poached Cod
Trout Roe, Sea Beans and Champagne Zabaglione
Chablis 1er Cru, “Fourchaume”, 2013
Cotton Candy Grapes, Celery, Vindaloo Emulsion
Chablis 1er Cru, “Vaulorent”, 2011
Foie Gras Mousse, Celery Root, Burgundy Truffles
Chablis Grand Cru, “Bougros”, 2011
Vanilla Sablé and Taleggio Cheese
Seasonal Hand Crafted Cocktail Created by Mixologist
Learn more about Chablis:
The Chablis region is the northernmost wine district of the Burgundy region of France. The grapevines around the town of Chablis are almost all Chardonnay, making a dry white wine renowned for the purity of its aroma and taste. The cool climate of this region produces wines with more acidity and flavors less fruity than Chardonnay wines grown in warmer climates. In comparison with the white wines from the rest of Burgundy, Chablis has on average much less influence of oak. Most basic Chablis is unoaked, and vinified in stainless steel tanks. The amount of barrel maturation, if any, is a stylistic choice, which varies widely among Chablis producers.