Domaine Chandon, Newton Vineyards Wine Dinner

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January 17, 2019 (Thu)
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Pala Casino Spa & Resort
11154 Highway 76
Pala, CA 92059

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Cost: $85 per person, plus 18 percent gratuity

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Food     Dinner     Tasting (sit down)     Wine    

Domaine Chandon, the renowned Napa Valley winery, and Newton Vineyards, the venerable St. Helena winery, will host a five-course dinner and wine tasting at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, January 17, 2019 in the underground wine cave at Pala Casino Spa & Resort.  Doors will open at 7:00 p.m.  Reservations, $85 per person, plus an 18 percent gratuity,may be made by calling 1-877-946-7252.  Guests should ask to book the "Domaine Chandon/Newton Vineyards wine dinner."  The first course will be Yellowfin Tuna with Avocadio, Edamame and Spiced Mango Nectar served with a Domaine Chandon Sweet Star.  The second courst will be Pistachio Cursted Halibut iwth Risotto, Basil Pesto and Champagne Nage and a Newton Vineyards Unfiltered Chardonnay.  Bacon Wrapped Lamb with Salsa Verde will be the third course, served with a Newton Vineyards Skyside Claret.  The fourth course wil be Bourbon Glazed Short Ribs with Horseradish Potato Garlic Chips and a Newton Vineyards Unfiltered Cabernet Sauvignon.  Dessert will be Chef Albert Cruz's Chocolate Creation with a Domaine Chandon Etoile.  Domaine Chandon is a winery located in Yountville, CA, in the Napa Valley.  It was established in 1973 by Moet et Chandon and buisinessman John Wright as the first French-owned sparkling wine producer in Napa Valley.  It produces both sparkling and still wines from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meurier, the traditional grapes used in the production of Champagne.  Newton Vineyards was one of the first wineries on Spring Mountain located west of St. Helena on the eastern flank of the Mayacamas range.  Newton's approach to winemaking is meticulous, using techniques based on an old-world style including natural fermentation and bottling without filtration. Barrel aging takes place in a cave built into the mountain directly beneath the winery and its iconoic gardens.

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