Wine Dinner: Sangria Hitting All the Right Spring Notes
Every other day, it seems, another wine dinner announcement crosses the EscapeHatch desk. This one, from Sangria, Alberto Lombardi’s salute to Spanish cuisine, sounds particularly inviting right now. Why? Three words: Ramps, chanterelles and venison. What’s more compelling than ramps, chanterelle mushrooms and roasted venison backstrap this time of year?
And chef Jeff Moschetti really knows how to cook.
Here’s the menu. At $45, it might be the best meal in town Monday, May 10–regardless of who’s cooking at 48Nights. (Hint: It’s not Jeff Moschetti.)
Reservations begin at 7:00 p.m. | $45.00 per person
Edible Pomegranate Sangria
Jumbo Lump Crab Salad in Heirloom Tomato with Sherry Vinaigrette
Robert Oatley Sauvignon Blanc, Australia
Grilled Wild Ramps with Bacon Lardon & Crispy Egg
Montgras Reserva Chardonnay, Chile
Roasted Venison Backstrap with Spring Chanterelle Mushrooms& Red Wine Reduction
Aquinas Pinot Noir, Sonoma County
“Drunken” Cupcake Stuffed w/ Vanilla Gelato & Chocolate Glaze
Osborne Porto Fino 2000 LBV, Spain
Five Spice Iced Coffee Cocktail
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