So it turned out that finding “out of state” wine
was a challenge for everyone. Of course the majority of wines were
from Oregon and Washington who are making some good Pinot Noir for
sure. But I have to say how I was really impressed with the New York
Finger-Lakes Riesling. I guess I need to apologize for the
Pennsylvania red wine that basically tasted like Martinelli grape juice
— who knew?!
The food was great as always and we must have had 30 people this month! Thanks for the great time and see you again next month.
From left to right:
2004 Columbia Crest Merlot – Washington
2005 Red Diamond merlot – Washington
2006 Hedge Red Mountain – Washington
2006 Gruet Chardonnay – New Mexico
2007 A to Z Pinot – Oregon
2004 Harvest Red – Pennsylvania
2005 Chateau Ste Michelle Cabrent Sauvignon – Washington
1996 Silver Lake Cabernet Merlot – Washington
2006 Washington Hill Cabrenet Sauvignon – Washington
2005 Chateau Ste Michelle Melot – Washington
2006 Papillon Pinot Noir – Oregon
2004 Sakonnet Red – New England
2006 Hermann J. Wiemer – New York
2007 Chateau Ste Michelle Riesling – Washington
2007 King Estate Pinot Gris – Oregon
2006 Sokol Blosser White – Oregon
1. Triple-Fennel Salad with Pink Grapefruit and Black Olives.
2. Pulled Pork and Goat Cheese Quesadillas (which require for Braised Pork Shanks, but we substitute with Pork Butt).
3. Porcini Mushroom Tart (I scan the recipe to a jpg file View this photo).
4. Shrimp Saganaki.
5. Whole Roasted Chicken Infused with Tangerines and Rosemary with a Tangerine Glaze. Forgot to take a photo and the food is gone.