There’s very little quite as special as Thanksgiving, Christmas and the start of a New Year – the sights and sounds of holiday cheer, families feasting together and many opportunities to celebrate the season.
And then suddenly it’s over. Time to get back to reality and settle into the new year… or maybe to look for an occasion to continue the celebration. So how about beginning the new year with an evening exploring the fine wines and food pairings of exciting destinations around the world?
South on Broad and Monroe County Day School have got together to offer just that opportunity on Sunday, Jan. 19, from 5 – 9 p.m. You can explore wines from around the world and enjoy food pairings for an unforgettable experience that will elevate your taste buds to a level that just wine or food alone cannot achieve. Prepare yourself for a great culinary treat and educational experience while helping provide funds for scholarships for Monroe Country Day School!
Imagine sipping on a Riesling Auslese made by the father-daughter team of Fritz Zimmer of the Romerhof Winery in Mosel, Germany. You can savor the intensely flavored light, white wine from just-ripened grapes chosen from the very best late harvest. Or how about warming your palette with a sparkling Brut Blanc de Blancs by JP. Chenet from the heart of France? And that’s just two of the offerings of wine to go along with delicious pairings prepared for you by Chef Adam of South on Broad.
The cost is $75 each and you can secure your tickets for this culinary trip to some of the best vineyards in the world by clicking or tapping on this link or on the image below. You will definitely leave the event more of a wine connoisseur than you were when you arrived!