Story’s First Wine Dinner Featuring Mount Eden Wines
by Sharm | Aug 8, 2011 | Articles |
|Here is information from Story regarding their first wine dinner that will feature wines from Mount Eden.
Mount Eden Vineyards Wine Dinner
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
$95 per person plus tax and gratuity
Mount Eden ‘Saratoga Cuvee’ Chardonnay 2007
Mount Eden ‘Estate’ Chardonnay 2007
Mount Eden ‘Estate’ Chardonnay 2008
Diver Scallops wellfleet littlenecks, sweet corn, tomatillo “salsa”
Mount Eden ‘Estate’ Pinot Noir 2008
Liberty Duck Breast golden chanterelles, bacon, black mission figs
Domaine Eden Cabernet Sauvignon 2007
Mount Eden ‘Estate’ Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
Creekstone Farms Ribeye caramelized shallots, cherry tomatoes, roasted olive sauce
Roasterie Story Blend Coffee
Brown Butter Tart grapes, mascarpone ice cream
We have a 48 hour cancellation policy on this special event.
Story serves fresh, local, seasonal creative American cuisine. Story offers dining room, bar and patio seating and is open for lunch Monday – Saturday, brunch on Sunday and dinner every night of the week, as well as a bar menu every afternoon. To view complete summer menus, please click here.
Mount Eden Vineyards is a small historic wine estate located on a 2000 foot peak in the Santa Cruz Mountain Appellation about 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean. Founded in 1945, it is recognized as one of the original “boutique” California Winery properties, focusing on small lots of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Mount Eden’s lineage of estate bottled Chardonnay and Pinot Noir is the longest in California. Planted in austere, infertile Franciscan shale on a cool, exposed mountaintop, the low-yielding estate vineyards have consistently produced world class wines for over a half century. Join Mount Eden Vineyards national sales director, Abigail Costello, on August 16th at Story for a four course wine dinner featuring Mount Eden Vineyards wines.
“This iconic winery continues to offer wines with personalities and styles that set them apart (especially the estate wines) from just about anything else readers will taste from California. Estate grown as well as purchased grapes are utilized in their less expensive Saratoga Cuvees.” – Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate