St. Supéry Wine Dinner - 3.3.20

St. Supéry Wine Dinner - 3.3.20

Tuesday, March 03 2020 5:45pm Doors / 6pm Start

Tickets

General Admission
$75.00
Tue Mar 03 2020

St. Supéry Wine Dinner - 3.3.20

at Private Barrel Room

Doors:
5:45pm
Starts:
6pm

Tickets

General Admission
$75.00

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About:

City Winery DC is delighted to invite you to a St.Supéry Wine Dinner featuring five wines from their sustainable portfolio and paired with our Chef’s cuisine. Lead by the winery’s CEO Emma Swain you’ll learn about what it takes to make award-winning, sustainable, single-vineyard wines, and how to enjoy them best (spoiler: with great food and in amazing company!). 

Reception

St SupéryRosé


Amuse Bouche

St Supéry Sauvignon Blanc

Scallop Ceviche - Citrus, Jalapeno, Blood Orange


Appetizer

St Supéry Virtú Estate Blend SB/Semillon

Early Harvest Poached Pear Salad - Frisee, Candied Pecans, Orange, Raspberry Vinaigrette 


Entrée

St Supéry Élu Estate Bordeaux Blend

Beef Tenderloin - Truffle Potatoes Dauphinoise, Asparagus, Blackberry Demi  


Dessert

St Supéry Moscato

Passion Fruit Cheese Cake - Mixed Berries, Kiwi, Strawberry Consommé

About St. Supéry:

St. Supéry Estate Vineyards and Winery is a 100% Estate Grown, sustainably farmed winery located in the renowned Rutherford growing region in the heart of Napa Valley. The winery focuses on its estate

grown varietals; sauvignon blanc, cabernet sauvignon and red Bordeaux varieties. St. Supéry was founded by third-generation French vintner, Robert Skalli in 1982 when he purchased the Dollarhide Ranch. The Dollarhide Ranch, located high in the northeastern mountains of Napa Valley, is 1,531 acres with 500 acres planted. Dollarhide is the primary source of St. Supéry’s distinctive estate sauvignon blanc and cabernet sauvignon.


About Emma Swain:

St. Supéry Estate Vineyards and Winery CEO, Emma Swain has more than 20 years of experience in the wine industry. She says, “My world has always been one of continuous improvement. In wineries, I believe being estate

grown is the only way to achieve this. From the soil to the supper table, we can raise the bar, never resting on our laurels.” Emma looks at accolades and achievements as starting points for further progress saying, “I am always

looking ahead. People may say I love change, but really I am just very open to moving every aspect of our business forward. I think anyone can make good wine in Napa; we want to make fantastic wine. Every time you enjoy a St. Supéry Estate wine, I want you to have a ‘Wow’ experience. That requires a continual, sharp focus on what we are doing and how we can do it better.”