Summer Solstice Loire Valley Wine Dinner

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Summer Solstice Loire Valley Wine Dinner
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Summer Solstice Loire Valley Wine Dinner says
Join us for the perfect kick off to Summer Solstice! 4th & Swift has partnered with European Cellars and Quality Wine & Spirits to impress the palate with some of the most sought after wines out of the Loire Valley. What better way to kick off the Summer Season with some unique white wines and even a red, to pair with our Chef de Cuisine Graham House’s seasonal progressive menu? Tim Willard from European Cellars will be in attendance to discuss and entertain you about these wines

Reception Wine
Domaine de la Noblaie, Chinon Rosé, Loire Valley, France ‘14

First Course
Potato Crisp, Whipped Mascarpone, Trout Roe
Louis de Grenelle, Saumur Rosé, Cuvée Corail, Loire Valley,France NV

Second Course
Tuna Crudo, Wildflower Cracker, Yuzu Kosho, Soy Pearls, Cucumber
Michel Delhommeau, Muscadet Sevre-et Maine, Sur Lie Cuvee Harmonie, Loire Valley, France '14

Third Course
Smoked Tomato, Chantrelle, Fava Beans, Raclette, Sunflower Seeds
Domaine Vacheron, Sancerre, Biodynamic, Loire Valley, France ‘14

Fourth Course
Kale & Farro Stuffed Squab, Blackberry, Basil, Pistachio
Jean-Francois Merieau, Gamay de Touraine Le Bois Jacou, Loire Valley, France ‘14

Fifth Course/Dessert
Peach Donut, Whiskey Milk, Sesame, Brown Butter Ice Cream
Domaine du Viking, Vouvray Tendre, Loire Valley, France ‘13

Tickets will go fast so please call the restaurant today at 678.904.0160 or email Andrea Ciavardini at

$75 per person not including tax and gratuity

A credit card will be taken to confirm your reservation and will be charged day of for the event.

Jon David Headrick Selections –

His manifesto, which he wrote when he started the company in 2005, remains as true today as it did then, “Standing in a rocky, chalk-covered vineyard a few years ago, I listened as a winegrower friend talked about the current state of wine. “Fruit in a wine is easy”, he said. “Purity is elusive.” He was right, of course, but I’d never really thought about it in such stark terms. He continued, “Purity comes from hardship. It comes from the struggle of the vine’s roots through the rocks it is planted on, it comes from the fight against every other plant vying for the same water and nutrients, and it comes from the plant learning to fight for itself and not having man fight its battles.”
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