A last minute opportunity to spend an evening with Bill Easton and enjoy his stories about wine in Amador County. All paired with a menu from Chef Allison Jenkins. Seating will be limited to 20 guests who will share the table with Bill and Jane.
TERRE ROUGE means “Red Earth”. This vermillion-colored soil is one of the hallmarks of Amador County. The wines are made from Rhône varietals grown in the rugged and varying terroirs of this region: Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Viognier, Roussanne, Marsanne. High elevation sites up to 3200’ contribute to the complexity of our wines. Winemaker, Bill Easton puts his family name, EASTON, on the non-Rhône varietals wines. The wines are crafted from varietals that have traditionally worked the best in Amador County and the Sierra Foothills: ancient and old-vine Zinfandel, Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sauvignon Blanc.
Terre Rouge, Viognier, 2014
White Asparagus Salad
Watercress, Black Pepper Sabayon, Preserved Lemon, Brioche Crumble
Easton, Sauvignon Blanc, 2015
Housemade Whole Wheat Garganelli Pasta
New Mexico Lamb Sausage, Olive, Caper, Tomato
Easton, Zinfandel, 2014
Horseradish Crusted Short Ribs
Pommes Fondue, Charred Onion Broth
Terre Rouge, Syrah Côtes de L’Ouest, 2013
Terre Rouge, Syrah Sentinel Oak Vineyard, 2012
$79, plus 20% service and tax
Reservations can be made by calling 505.983.2100
Menu subject to change based on product availability