The 5th Annual Boulder Burgundy Festival officially happens October 22-25, 2015 in Boulder, Colorado. But Brett Zimmerman, festival founder and Master Sommelier, welcomes two Burgundy heavyweights at a bucket-list level Burgundy wine dinner at Mercantile Dining and Provision (Union Square), Denver on Tuesday October 6th. This dinner is clearly the Denver first-taste of The Boulder Burgundy Festival.
Chef/Owner Alex Seidel has created a mouth-watering 5-course menu suitable for heads of state!
I am pinching myself with disbelief that I am one of the lucky 16 that will be enjoying this feast! Check out the menu below, which is being published for the first time on this blog. Check back next week for a review and photos of the dinner.
Wilson Daniels Presents
Domaine Leflaive and Olivier Bernstein Burgundy Wine Dinner
Thursday October 6, 2015
1701 Wynkoop Street, Suite 155, Denver, CO
6:30 pm Reception, 7:00 pm Start
Cuisine by Chef/Proprietor Alex Seidel
Presented by Jack Daniels of Wilson Daniels, Brett Zimmerman, Master Sommelier and owner of Boulder Wine Merchant, Brice de Morandiere, General Manager of Domaine Leflaive and Olivier Bernstein of Maison Olivier Bernstein
2002 Gosset Celebris
Burgundian Escargot & Clams
Celert Root, Preserved Meyer Lemon, Green Apple
2013 Domaine Leflaive Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru "Le Clavoillon"
2013 Domaine Leflaive Meursault 1er Cru "Suos le Dos d'Åne"
Butter Poached Lobster
Coconut Panna Cotta, Roasted Beets, Toasted Almond, Pineapple
2013 Domaine Leflaive Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru
2009 Domaine Leflaive Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru
Lightly Smoked Squab Breast
Anson Mills Grits, Duck Fat Roasted Turnip, Blueberry Mustard Seed Demi
2013 Olivier Bernstein Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru "Les Lavrottes"
2013 Olivier Bernstein Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru "Les Cazetieres"
Grilled Creekstone Strip Loin
Bone Marrow Agnolotti, Confit Sweetbreads, Black Truffle Vinaigrette
2013 Olivier Bernstein Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru
2013 Olivier Bernstein Chambertin Grand Cru
Hudson Valley Foie Gras
Sheepskyr Sorbet, Preserved Mission Fig, Honey, Farro, & Amaranth Cereal
2007 Royal Tokaji Essencia
Fare: $400 ++
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