by Ariana Flynn, Assistant Operations Manager, September 18th, 2010
While simple home-cooking will always have its place at the dinner table, a higher degree of sophistication calls for greater expectations from food and drink. The expectation is to prolong the pleasure of tasting food over several courses. Dinner unfolds like a captivating story. As each course leads to the next, the same glass of wine that started the story cannot be the same that finishes it. Wine, in my opinion, is like the musical score for the dinner. The sparkling wine drank with oysters in the opening sequence play like cheerful flutes and trumpets. By the third course, a hearty syrah bellows like a jazz bass guitar. Drank with melt-in-your-mouth pork belly, it’s finish is just as smooth and supple. A multilayered Bordeaux blend brings the dinner to climax in the fourth course and the happy melody of a dessert wine finishes the fifth.
This is the type of storytelling that needs to be shared with close friends and family. The SeaGrille at Brentwood Bay Resort will provide the perfect opportunity this fall to taste a symphony of flavours and to meet the Chef and winemakers who conduct the orchestra. Chef Audrey Lefrancois in collaboration with the highly regarded BC winemakers of Laughing Stock and Elephant Island are set to present a Winemakers Dinner on November 18th. Gather a group gastronomically like-minded friends and dial 250-544-2079 to reserve your table.
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rachat credit wrote on Nov 28, 2010 6:03 PM:Man, really want to know how can you be that smart, lol...great read, thanks.
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Ariana wrote on Mar 26, 2011 11:30 AM:@ Rurup Rente Vergleich-