by Steven Doyle
We just caught word of what will most definitely be an amazing pop-up with Matt McCallister and at a fun location – the Zodiac at Neiman Marcus downtown Dallas March 8, 2018 at 7pm.
McCallister is the chef-owner of FT33 in the Design District and has been nominated for a a James Beard for Best Chef of the Southwest, Food and Wine named him Best New Chef and his restaurant was featured on the Top 50 New Restaurant list from Bon Appétit. His accolades run deep, and the chef has been on the leading edge of the farm-to-table movement in North Texas. Continue reading
On Thursday night, May 18th at 7pm, Paul Martin’s American Grill at 3848 Oak Lawn Avenue in Dallas is hosting a special four course wine dinner. The dinner will be paired with the wines of the famous Francis Ford Coppola Winery in California. Continue reading
On March 2nd, diners are in for a treat as Jasper’s hosts its first wine dinner in Richardson with Napa Valley’s Trinchero Family Estates. Chef Evan Tanner has created a special menu that will feature passed appetizers and four delicious courses alongside an assortment of food-friendly wines from one of California’s best producers.
To walk diners through the Trinchero portfolio is winemaker Carlo Trinchero who most certainly knows a thing or two about the family business. Jump for the beautiful menu. Continue reading
Mark your calendar for October 20, 2016 at 6:30pm because Abacus has something special up its sleeve. On this date, Abacus is partnering with California’s Sojourn Cellars for a wine dinner that’s not to be missed. Executive Chef Chris Patrick and his team are pulling out all the stops and creating a delicious menu of inspired dishes just for the occasion. Each dish will include an expertly-paired wine to enhance the experience. Continue reading
Each year Sigel’s hosts a special dinner that showcases the latest vintage to be released from six of Bordeaux’s leading estates. October’s event will be truly memorable as we highlight the 2014 Vintage. Guests will be enjoying the wines of Léoville-Barton, Langoa-Barton, Lynch-Bages, Ormes de Pez, la Consiellante, Figeac and Petite Figeac, along with the an incredible group of library vintages, all flown directly from the chateau cellars.
As in the past, Sigel’swill be welcoming three of their longtime winemaking friends, Jean-Charles Cazes of Lynch-Bages & Ormes de Pez, Lilian Barton-Sartorius of Léoville-Barton and Langoa-Barton and Frederic Faye of Figeac in St Emilion. In addition they welcome a new friend in Marielle Cazaux of Ch la Consiellante in Pomerol. Continue reading