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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Nov 03, 2012
06:00PM - 09:00PM
Annual Fall Winemaker Dinner at Hartford Family Winery
Be an honored guest of proprietors Don & Jennifer Hartford and our winemaker Jeff Stewart for a memorable evening at the winery in Russian River. Savor a five-course dinner elegantly paired with gorgeous wines from across three vintages.
Sonoma,
Hartford Family Winery
Event Description

We invite you to join us for our Annual Fall Winemaker Dinner on November 3rd at 6:00 PM - Experience Hartford Family wines, enjoy a five-course feast prepared by Chef Lisa Boisset, and meet proprietors Don & Jenny Hartford, winemaker Jeff Stewart, and the Hartford team. Tickets are limited and on sale now! Please call 707.887.8011 or go to www.hartfordwines.com/events to purchase tickets(Club Members $120/Non-club $140). RECEPTION 2009 Seascape Vineyard Chardonnay (93 PTS Stephen Tanzer/International Wine Cellar) with Passed Hors d'oeuvres: Endive Wedge with fresh Goat Cheese and Grilled Peach Tapenade, Crab Cake with lemon aioli, & Escargot Tartlets with Roasted Garlic and Pesto. FIRST COURSE 2010 Stone Cote Vineyard Chardonnay (92 PTS Stephen Tanzer/International Wine Cellar) paired with Lobster Bisque with Lemon creme fraiche. SECOND COURSE 2010 Arrendell Vineyard Pinot Noir (92-93 PTS Stephen Tanzer/International Wine Cellar) paired with Grilled Duck Breast, Reduction of Port, Shallots, and Figs. THIRD COURSE 2009 Jennifer's Vineyard Pinot Noir (92+ PTS Robert Parker/The Wine Advocate) with Stuffed Leg of Lamb, Wild Mushroom Stuffing, & Balsamic Berry Sauce. FOURTH COURSE 2010 Highwire Vineyard Old Vine Zinfandel (93 PTS Robert Parker/The Wine Advocate) served with Artesian Cheese Plate of Three Local Cheeses and Dried Fruits. FIFTH COURSE 2008 Zinfandel Port paired with Individual Chocolate Cake, Candied Cranberries, and Gran Marnier creme Anglaise. Cheers!

Fee: $140.00

Contact Information
Name: Hartford Family Winery     Email: hartford.winery@hartfordwines.com
Phone: 707-887-8011

 

      

 

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