For the evening we're excited to see Lionel Latorse return to Provence for our first Bordeaux wine dinner of the year - and our first-ever Sunday wine dinner! Lionel is the owner and winemaker of the Clos St. Vincent Winery, where he and his wife produce some of the finest wines in the Saint-Émilion Grand Cru appellation and offer a perfect example of this classic Bordeaux. This five-course, five-wine dinner is sure to please your palate—take a look at the menu below.
Trio de Canard
poitrine de canard en croûte (duck breast wrapped in puff pastry)
œuf de canard enrobé en viande (duck egg, Scotch style)
confit de canard aux pommes darphin (duck confit with a potato pancake)
2014 Château l'Ombrière (Bordeaux Supérieur)
Soupe de Poissons Blancs
white fish cream soup (trout, mahi-mahi, and red snapper)
2014 Château Coquillas Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)
Côtes de Bœuf Braisés
braised short ribs, served with red pepper polenta, carrots, and haricots verts
2011 Clos St. Vincent Signature (Saint-Émillion Grand Cru)
Reblochon Cheese en Croûte
2013 Château Coquillas Rouge (Pessac-Léognan)
Blancmange accompagné de sa Guimauve à la Framboise
bavarian cream served with raspberry marshmallow
2010 Château Saint Vincent Sauternes (Sauternes AOC)
Our Bordeaux dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m.
$79, plus tax and gratuity.