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Schlumberger Alsace Wine Dinner with Thomas Schlumberger
May 18 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
May 18, Thursday, at 6:30pm
Join us for a one of a kind food and wine experience hosted by Thomas Schlumberger, Schlumberger Winery’s 7th generation owner. Established in 1810, Schlumberger is one of the most reliable and respected names from Alsace. The Schlumberger vineyards are the largest in Alsace, and one of the largest blocks of contiguous vineyards in France.
We are going to delve into five fabulous Schlumberger wines of Alsace, paired with a custom created menu by Chefs Alec Schuler, Jason Castle and Daniel Quinn, all inspired by the early spring ingredients from Boulder’s local farms. Coming to you straight from the source, Thomas will lead us through this special flight and share his family’s wine history, and vast knowledge of wine making in France and what makes the Alsace region so unique.
Cost is $50/person for dinner, with an additional $29/person for the wines (not including tax and tip). Reservations are required. Please call 303.443.1365
House cured King salmon gravlax*, everything bagel savory bread pudding,
herbed goat cheese, grilled spring onion
Riesling, Les Princes Abbés 2013
Fresh arugula, mizuna, mustard greens, lemon vinaigrette, brie-prosciutto croquette, hazelnuts
Pinot Gris, Les Princes Abbés 2014
Rose water-turmeric-Gewürztraminer poached chicken breast,
fresh albacore “tonnato sauce”, seared spinach, black pepper polenta cracker
Gewürztraminer, Les Princes Abbés 2011
Pork schnitzel*, herbed spätzle, charred bok choy, whole grain mustard sauce
Pinot Noir Les Princes Abbés 2014
Warm caramelized apple, gorgonzola Chantilly cream, lemon shortbread, macadamia nuts
Pinot Gris, Grand Cru Spiegel 2011
dietary substitutions always available for every item
* Items are served raw or undercooked, or contain (or may contain) raw or undercooked ingredients.
Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.