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Baileys Prime Plus Steakhouse Hosting Wine Dinner this Friday with Oregon’s Domaine Serene


Judging from the number of times wine producer Domaine Serene unpacks cases of its juice for wine dinners in Dallas, either Willamette Valley’s Domaine Serene loves Dallas diners, or Dallas loves one of the Willamette Valley’s prize producers (even more likely).

The Mansion on Turtle Creek hosted a Domaine Serene wine dinner in April. The Grape offered one in September. Now, Bailey’s Prime Plus is throwin’ it down. Six course from chef Grant Morgan (who’s also rolling out a new menu this week), seven wines from the winery, including some from their library collection of hard-to-find bottles. Tasting notes from winery rep Ginger Dollins and Bailey’s sommelier Jennifer Jaco.

Domaine Serene, an Oregon Winery with vineyards in Willamette Valley, has won several accolades and awards including “The Best Oregon Pinot Noir” by The Wall Street Journal and “Outstanding Oregon Wine Producer” by leading wine critic Robert Parker who continues to  rate the wines up to 95 points.

Here are the deets:

Wines featured include:
Clos du Soleil Chardonnay, 2009

Yamhill Cuvee Pinot Noir, 2008

Jerusalem Hill Pinot Noir, 2008

Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir, 2007

Coeur Blanc Pinot Noir, 2008

Monogram Pinot Noir, 2006

SoNo Rockblock Syrah, 2007

PRICE:
$165 per person, plus tax and gratuity

RESERVATIONS:
Space is limited; reservations are required by Wednesday, November 30. For reservations call 214.750.8100.

WHERE:
Bailey’s Prime Plus Dallas at The Shops at Park Lane
8160 Park Lane, Suite 130, Dallas, TX
www.baileysprimeplus.com

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