Wonderment Wine Dinner at Abacus Dallas!

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March 20, 2019 (Wed)
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Abacus
4511 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75205

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Cost: 80

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Food     Light Appetizers      Tasting (sit down)     Wine    
WONDERMENT WINE DINNER WITH
WINEMAKER/OWNER STEPHANIE COOK

On March 20th, enjoy a wonderful evening at Abacus as we host a wine dinner with Stephanie Cook of Wonderment Wines. You will start your dinner with passed appetizers and enjoy three delicious courses from Executive Chef Chris Patrick as Stephanie pours her very small production wines from Sonoma and Napa. WHEN: March 20th 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Abacus, 4511 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX PRICE: $80 per person, does not include tax or gratuity RESERVE:
Tickets are available below
Or contact Heather at 214-559-3111
Heatherm@abacus-jaspers.com   MENU: PASSED

SEARED SCALLOP, CAPE GOOSEBERRY, PISTACHIO, HONEY YOGURT
PROSCIUTTO, PINEAPPLE QUINCE JAM, PINENUTS
HYDE VINEYARD SAUVIGNON BLANC, NAPA VALLEY, 2017

FIRST COURSE

RABBIT ROULADE WITH CONFIT LEG
FENNEL BONE BROTH, STRAWBERRY VINEGAR
BABY CARROTS
DUTTON-CAMPBELL VINEYARD PINOT NOIR, GREEN VALLEY OF RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY, 2014

SECOND COURSE

COAL CHARRED DRY AGED BLACK ANGUS SHORT RIB
PINK PEPPERCORN SPÄTZLE, CASTLEFANCO, RED CURRANT GASTRIQUE, MUSTARD SEEDS
VIOLAS

PRITCHETT PEAKS VINEYARD ZINFANDEL, ROCKPILE, 2014

THIRD COURSE

VALRHONA DULCEY CHOCOLATE POT DE CRÈME
COCA NIBS, BUTTERSCOTCH, CRANBERRY GEL
TOFFEE TUILE

BACIGALUPI VINEYARD PETITE SYRAH, RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY, 2013

Abacus –  The signature dishes and outstanding service are why Abacus, after 18 years, is still a perennial name on the “renowned “Top 10” and “Most Popular” lists. Every dinner, special occasion and cocktail is a chance for an extraordinary experience. 

Wonderment Wine  – Stephanie Cook, Winemaker/Owner
Born and raised in Leesville, South Carolina, Stephanie began traveling the world as a fashion model, living and working in London, Milan and Istanbul. Landing back in Charleston, South Carolina, she turned her lifelong love of food into a new career, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a culinary degree from Johnson & Wales University.
In 2011, she bought her own grapes and made her first Pinot Noir and two Zinfandels. She continued honing her skills at Spottswoode, in St. Helena, was the senior intern at Anomaly Vineyards working with acclaimed winemaker Mark Porembski, spent 8 weeks in the role of Vintage Winemaker for Spy Valley Wines and worked harvest at Staglin Family Vineyard with winemaker Frederik Johansson. The rest is history.

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