Chef Mavro’s Pig and Pinot event offers the chance to taste three outstanding Pinot Noir with our popular pork dish:
Berkshire Pork Loin, house vadouvan curry, braised savoy cabbage
crispy pork belly
Guests are loving the flavor combinations and the chance to compare three pinots side by side! One guest came in for the Pig & Pinot but created an experience of Beef & Pinot and that works too! Flights of Pinot will be offered for a limited time so reserve your table now.
pig & pinot
a tasting of 2012 Pinot Noir
from New Zealand, Oregon and California
Wines are available as a flight 39.00 (2 oz. each); as an addition to the
four course wine menu 25.00; or by the glass.
greywacke, 2012 pinot noir, new zealand
“From the cool climate hillside vineyards planted to Dijon clones of pinot noir, Greywacke takes its name from the type of sandstone found in the hills, valleys and vineyards in Marlborough’s Southern Valleys of New Zealand. Crafted by veteran winemaker Kevin Judd, founding winemaker of famed Cloudy Bay Winery, the 2012 pinot noir oozes of mulled raspberry, spice, rose petals and pepper; full bodied and delicious.”
bergström wines, 2012 gregory ranch pinot noir
yamhill-carlton, willamette valley, oregon
“Gregory Ranch’s viticulture and biodynamic programs have been managed by Josh Bergström and the Bergström Wines farming team since the vineyard’s inception in 2007. Wines from the Yamhill-Carlton District of Willamette Valley typically show dark fruits such as blackberry and blueberry with flavors of mushroom and spice that stem from the marine sedimentary soil known as “Willakenzie.”
paul lato, 2012 “duende,” gold coast vineyard
santa maria valley
“From the cool coastal climate of the Santa Maria Valley, Paul Lato crafts the “Duende,” from the Martini Clone of pinot noir, a low tannin clone that yields a full bodied and silky textured wine that shows bright strawberry fruit with earthy notes.”
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