INTRODUCING ET VOILA'S WINE DINNER CLUB!
2 wine dinners:
*La Follette on Tuesday,
February 5th @ 6:30 p.m.
*Domaine Les Bruyeres on Tuesday, February 26th @ 6:30 p.m.
Each dinner will include a 3 course menu plus Amuse Bouche, with wine pairing.
Price per person for one of the dinner is $70.00.
If you are interested in joining our wine dinner club and attend both wine dinners, the price per person is $130.00.
Please call us at (202) 237-2300 to make your reservation. Limited seating available.
La Follette Wine Dinner (February 5th)
Here is some information about La Follette:
As La Follette's Winemaker, Simone Sequeira has found her purpose, making site-driven, terroir focused wines from singular vineyards. Prior to joining La Follette, Simone ran lab operations at another winery in the Russian River Valley. Simone spent
2002 in Burgundy where she had the privilege of working with Pinot Noir from the Clos de Vougeot, and in 2006 worked harvest in the southern hemisphere, in the Mendoza winegrowing region of Argentina. Simone's breadth of experiences have forged anappreciation for site and the unique interplay that art and science contribute to revealing the purest expression of terroir. Simone has been with La Follette since its inception, and continues to create wines that give voice to singular terroirs.
La Follette Wine Dinner Menu for
Tuesday, February 5th
Escabeche of North Carolina shrimp with brown beech mushroom
Sangiacomo Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 2015
Marinated tuna loin "vitello tonato" style served with coco beans and Jerez vinegar
Lorenzo Russian River Chardonnay 2014
Stuffed guinea hen leg with chestnut, foie gras, and black trumpet served with potato truffle gnocchi
Sangiacomo Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2015
Millefeuile of crepes a l'orange
Manchester Ridge Pinot Noir 2013
Domaine Les Bruyeres Wine Dinner (February 26th)
Here is some information about the Crozes Hermitage vineyard:
The Crozes Hermitage vineyard, in the North of Rhone Valley, territory of the Syrah grape variety, is among of the rare homogeneous appellations; the winegrowers stay grouped and continue to well progress above the minimum quality level. It is quite rare for the French AOC. We can note that the newcomers, like Marceline and David Reynaud, join the group with the same demand from their first vintage. Organic vineyards certified by ECOCERT, modern winery and functional cellar are the main elements that help David Reynaud to make products of quality.
Domaine Les Bruyeres Wine Dinner
Menu for Tuesday, February 26th
Domaine Les Bruyeres, Crozes Hermitage Blanc
"Aux Betises d'Eloise" 2016
Wild mushroom tartelettes, watercress salad and bacon chips
David Reynaud, Domaine les Bruyeres IGP Syrah 2017
Leg of lamb (braised for 7 hours) served with pomme lyonnaise
Domaine Les Bruyeres, Crozes Hermitage Rouge "Les Croix" Vieilles Vignes 2014 &
Domaine Les Bruyeres, Crozes Hermitage Rouge "Georges" 2015
Saint honoree praline
David Reynaud, Domaine les Bruyeres IGP Viognier 2017