Copain Wine Dinner at Poole’s Diner

copain.gifNow I’m not going to get into the habit of promoting special events for friends, but Ashley Christensen asked me nicely to spread the word about this great looking wine dinner at Poole’s on Tuesday, February 5 at 6:30 PM. This dinner features the wines of Copain Wine Cellars, all of which have received a 90+ rating from Parker. Wells Guthrie, Copain’s owner and winemaker, will be in attendance (ladies, his baby blue eyes will make you melt). The cost is $79 a person, and includes the following menu:

Reception at the bar with sparkling wine and hors d’oeuvre

First

Lobster bisque with lobster terrine and chervil

2006 “Catie’s Corner” Viognier

Second

Torchon of Berkshire pork belly with caramelized rutabaga

2006 Tous Ensemble Pinot Noir

Third

Crispy Quail stuffed with duck confit

2005 Saison Des Vin Syrah

Fourth

Braised lamb with French horn mushrooms

2006 Les Voisins Syrah

Dessert

Caramelized banana “cream pie” with bittersweet chocolate

 

So give them a call at 832-4477 to book a spot. And report back here regarding Wells Guthrie’s eyes!

 

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2 Responses to Copain Wine Dinner at Poole’s Diner

  1. who says:

    did you happen to see or hear about the copain wine dinner at the mint? the wines included catie’s corner viogner, james berry rousanne, hacienda secoya pinot noir, kiser en bas pinot noir, les copains james berry g-m, madder lake syrah, and the harrison clarke syrah. the wines were fantastic and the food wasn’t bad either. wells guthrie was there and ecstatic about the food.

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