The Battle Lines Are Drawn:
The Best Pinot – California or Oregon?
You be the judge 6:00-8:30 PM on May 15th in an outstanding wine and food pairing with a luxurious La Jolla backdrop. Pairing begins at 6:15.
For tickets visit www.sdchefs.org.
Brad Bruce, leading San Diego wine judge and CDC board member, hosts an exquisite journey featuring specially selected premium California and Oregon pinots from his extensive wine cellar. Also, don’t miss valuable opportunity drawings for premium wines and select culinary experiences.
Attendance is limited to 30. Late arrivals may miss some pairings. The event is set on a multi-level patio with a crushed rock walkway. Wear layers for the evening chill and comfortable shoes.
The food and wine pairings crafted by Brad Bruce and Chef Trez Gotfredson of Wine Time Catering Company include:
Fig, walnut, Kalamata olive tapenade crostini and
Maison L’envoye 2014 Willamette Pinot Noir
Mushroom ragout, wild sage crostini
Lenne Estate 2014 Yamhill-Carlton Willamette Pinot Noir
Lenne LeNez 2016 Willamette Pinot Noir
An array of artisan cheeses, crackers and baguettes and
Duck Pond Oregon Five Vineyards Pinot Gris – 25th Anniversary Edition
Italian sausage, roasted fennel mini skewers
Brian Loring 2015 Pinot Noir Santa Lucia Highlands
South Coast 2017 Pinot Noir Santa Lucia Highlands
Cedar plank salmon, sundried-tomato pesto crostini
Black Stallion Pinot Noir – 2014 Carneros – Napa Valley
(Wines subject to change based on evaluation on the day of event.)
The event is $40 per person for Chefs de Cuisine members and $45 per person for non-members.
Address of the event will be included with tickets. On-street parking only.
Purchase tickets at www.sdchefs.org.
This fundraiser supports the charitable projects of the Chefs de Cuisine Association of San Diego Education Foundation.
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