Sonoma County Wine Dinner at Slick Lips Seafood & Oyster House Apr 11

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    Sonoma County Wine Dinner at Slick Lips Seafood & Oyster House kicks off the 33rd Annual Sandestin Wine Festival on Thursday April 11 at 6pm in The Village of Baytowne Wharf at Sandestin Florida.

    Tickets $110 available online

    Dinner to include:

    Reception
    Bacon wrapped crab & goat cheese stuffed
    dates with balsamic reduction

    1st course
    Oyster trio with mango papaya salsa, green apple
    mignonette, champagne & sage with fish roe

    2nd course
    Scallop Crudo with citrus, herbs and Thai chilies

    3rd course
    Pistachio crusted Grouper with mixed organic
    baby vegetables and lemongrass veloute

    4th course
    Coffee and Chile rubbed rack of lamb with cauliflower
    and parsnip purée

    ABOUT CHALK HILL ESTATE AND ROTH ESTATE
    Chalk Hill, Russian River Valley, CA. The Chalk Hill wines are all Estate grown, bottled and produced on the 1277 acre Chalk Hill Estate with 280 acres grown to vine. The incredible diversity of terroir coupled with a site driven philosophy and meticulous attention to detail allow Chalk Hill to create world-class wines of power and elegance. The vineyard has several clones of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet on the Estate along with a variety of soil types all within the single estate which makes it a place where both Burgundian and Bordeaux varietals can be grown.

    Roth Estate is committed to crafting full-flavored wines grown in the best Sonoma County vineyard sites. Beginning in 2001, Roth started producing Cabernet Sauvignon blends from hillside locations in the famed Alexander Valley. A decade later the winery expanded to include Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot from its home Alexander Valley AVA and also ventured west toward the Sonoma Coast for cool climate sites for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir

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