This is the 27th year of our 'Celebration of Wine' dinner series! For each Wine Dinner we create a menu to highlight the wines that will be showcased each month. Our Chef crafts a menu that pairs perfectly with the featured winery.
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Our first Wine Dinner of 2016!
SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 7:00pm
This dinner features Bob Lantosca, Executive Wine Maker.
Featuring the Wines of Piedmont
Monday, December 21 at 7pm
Len Presutti, Corporate Wine Educator, will join us.
$109 per person
Monday: November 16, 2015
Hosted by Robin Shay - Certified Sommelier and Allegrini's leading global exporter.
Allegrini has been awarded Italy's prestigious "2015 Winery of the Year" Award! The famed Gambero Rosso 'Vini d'Italia' Guide also awarded the 2010 Allegrini Amarone its exclusive "Three Glasses" Prize.
Robin Shay will be celebrating these two awards exclusively at Stonehedge Inn and Stonehedge Cellars at our November 2015 Celebration of Wine Dinner. Originally from St. Helena in the Napa Valley, Robin Shay is a Certified Sommelier and Allegrini's leading global exporter.
The Allegrini Family has been producing wines for the last 400 years and is one of Italy's most highly-graded and award winning wineries.
$99 per person
Monday: October 19, 2015
Hosted by Stuart Blackwell. Stuart is the Senior Winemaker at St. Hallet (one of Australia's top vineyards) and he's coming from Australia just for this dinner!
This Wine Dinner is sponsored by Troca Hotels
Special Pricing: $89 per person
(Special Pricing Courtesy of Troca Hotels)
Monday: September 21, 2015
Mariano Oliver, Global Brand Ambassador will join us
$109 per person
Sokol Blosser: A Legacy Oregon Winery since 1971
1970 was winding down when our founders, Bill Blosser and Susan Sokol Blosser pulled their ’68 VW Camper up to an abandoned prune orchard some 30 miles southwest of Portland. These moonstruck kids had little farming experience and just a basic knowledge of winemaking. What they did have, in abundance, was a passion for growing the Pinot Noir grape and creating world-class wine. Soon after settling on this extraordinary land, they planted their first vines and cinched their place as pioneers in Oregon’s budding wine industry.
Blue Chip Wines of Napa Valley
Monday, August 17 at 7pm
Philip Martignetti and Sue Nordberg will join us.
$99 per person
Robert Foley Vineyards
Monday, July 20 at 7pm
Robert Foley, Proprietor / Winemaker will join us.
$129 per person
Robert (Bob) Foley began his wine making career in the Napa Valley in 1977, working at a number of highly regarded Napa Valley wineries including the famous Pride Mountain Vineyards, where he spent 15 years as founding winemaker.
During this period he also created the highly acclaimed Switchback Ridge, Hourglass, Paloma, School House, and Engel Family wines. He now focuses on Robert Foley Vineyards and Switchback Ridge wines, but also creates some of the offerings from Dos Lagos Vineyards, Engel Family, and Padis Vineyards in the Napa Valley. READ MORE
Established in 1969, Cuvaison is a Napa Valley estate vineyard and winery that produces Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grown exclusively on its certified sustainable vineyard in Carneros, Napa Valley. Dedicated to a philosophy of producing vineyard-driven wines, Cuvaison employs block by block farming methods and a hand-crafted vineyard-to-bottle winemaking approach. Created from blocks that have been vinified separately by Winemaker Steve Rogstad, Cuvaison wines are consistently balanced and approachable, favoring nuance and complexity over sheer power and ripeness. READ MORE
Old Bridge Cellars
Monday, May 18 at 7pm
Gavin Speight, Wine and Marketing Director, will join us.
$129 per person
"Old Bridge Cellars brings to you a group of fiercely independent winemakers who retain their belief in artisan winemaking. Coming to know their land through the generations before them, they have an intuitive understanding, quiet confidence and desire to produce only the best they can from each vintage. In standing resolute behind their own style, they’ve established themselves as regional pioneers, benchmarks and leaders alike, universally acclaimed by wine critics across the globe.
Representing these highly sought after, compelling wines since 1990, Old Bridge Cellars has become the US importer of choice for iconic Australian wines." (Read More)
South American Wines of Paul Hobbs Imports
Monday, April 20 at 7pm
$109 per person
This wine dinner features Laura Corrigan, Northeast Manager.
Paul Hobbs fell in love with Argentina on his first visit in 1988. The potential he saw in the terroir and especially in the human element, spurred his consulting career and his wide-ranging international involvement. Paul Hobbs Imports was founded to bring to the US some of the wines he had a hand in creating.
Château de Sours
Monday, March 16 at 7pm
$119 per person
This wine dinner features Martin Krajewski, Owner and Proprietor of Chateau de Sours.
Martin made his first elderberry wine aged 14. and although the results were not quite as expected, the dream was born. Since then he has collected fine wines from around the world, with the strong emphasis on Bordeaux, where his true passion lies.
Situated on a limestone plateau to the south-west of Pomerol and facing St. Emilion, Château de Sours has been producing wine for more than 200 years. In the 14th century, it served as an inn on the St. Jacques de Compostelle pilgrimage route to Spain. The current house was built in 1792, and has since been renovated and restored to its former glory by proprietor Martin Krajewski. The Chateau now produces some of Bordeaux's most respected red and white wines, and is leading a renewed global interest in top class rosé.
Perrier-Jouët's proud history covers nearly 200 remarkable years. This celebrated Champagne, with its signature flowers by Gallé, was first made in Epernay in the earliest years of the 19th century. Pierre Nicolas Marie Perrier and his wife Adèle Jouët placed their names on a Champagne label that found immediate favor. Shipments to the United States began in 1837. In 1969 Perrier-Jouët's glamorous "Cuvée Belle Epoque" (known as "Fleur de Champagne" in the United States) made its debut in Paris at Maxim's and Fauchon, and from there went on to captivate the world. As is the case with all of the world's great wines, Champagne Perrier-Jouët's finesse and elegance spring from its vineyards. At the heart of the most prestigious sites in the entire Champagne region, Perrier-Jouët owns more than 247 acres in Aÿ and Dizy in Vallée de la Marne; Verzenay and Mailly in Montagne de Reims; and Avize and Cramant in Côte des Blancs.
(Our January Wine Dinner was cancelled due to the inclement weather)
This wine dinner featured De Loach Vineyards: Monday, December 15 at 7pm
$108 per person
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Brian Maloney, Director of Winemaking joined us!
DeLoach Vineyards pioneered Pinot Noir wine growing in the Russian River Valley when Cecil DeLoach first planted the grape in 1973. In 2003, DeLoach Vineyards was purchased by the Boisset Family from Burgundy, France, when Jean-Charles Boisset fell in love with the Russian River Valley on his first visit to the area, immediately recognizing the similarities between Sonoma County and Burgundy: each boast a confluence of river, mountains, and soil that is perfect for growing world-class Pinot Noir.