Guild Wine Dinners

Upcoming Guild Wine Dinners

 

Annual Farm to Table Harvest Dinner


Sunday, October 14th, 2018 – 6 pm to 9 pm
Corporate Executive Chef - Sherrie Robbins  | Chef de Cuisine - Jocelyne Fay

First Course
Fava Bean & Kale Ricotta Spread with Radish 2 ways on Toasty Baguette or Gluten Free Crackers

Second Course 

Fried Green Tomatoes with Smoked Heirloom Cherry Tomato Relish, Infused Basil Olive Oil and Raw Green Fennel Seeds

Third Course
Stuffed Poblano Peppers with Colorado Peaches, Cream Corn, Brown Rice, Rotisserie Chicken, Black Beans, Mexican Cheese and Fresh Tomatillo Salso Verde

 

Intemezzo

The Chef's Home made Lemoncello & Lemon Verbenz Granita Popsicles

 

Fourth Course

Pheasant Pot Pie with Flakey Gluten-Free Pastry Crust

Fifth Course

Roulade of Rabbit with Herb Roasted Tri-Color Carrots & Parsnips

Sixth Course

Salad of Pickled Beets, Grilled Watermelon & Feta Cheese with Mint

Dessert Course

Baked Apple with Vanilla Bean Marscapone, Colorado Honey & Granola

 

 Cost is $135 per person and includes all courses and paired wines.
To register, click here or call 303-296-3966 before October 7th. 

 

Upcoming Guild Wine Dinners in 2018:

Charles Dickens Christmas - December 9th

 



For years we have wanted to do wine dinners that were special and unique and for anybody who really appreciates fine wine and food. This is it! Each dinner includes at least 4 courses and a minimum of 6 different wines.

What's Special about our Dinners?

  1. They are NOT winery dinners, where all the wine comes from one producer. Each wine has been carefully selected to pair with a specific course.
     
  2. Most are classic regional dinners where you get an opportunity to taste some of the world's most famous wine and food combinations.
     
  3. Menus and wine pairings are designed by Claude Robbins, MWA and President of the International Wine & Spirits Guild, so the wines are brought in especially for the dinner.
     
  4. Each dinner includes a brief talk between courses of how the wines and foods were chosen and a little history behind the pairings.
     
  5. Meet others in the food and wine industry and/or others who share your interest in wine and food. 

What to Expect: 

All dinners begin with a time to meet and greet, usually with a sparkling wine or other aperitif.

Dining is European seating, dress is business casual. You must make your reservation through the Guild by clicking a corresponding "Register" link above to sign up.

Location: 4640 Pecos Street, Unit G, Denver, CO 80122 (free parking) 

Dietary Accomodations:

If you have special dietary needs or are a vegetarian, contact the Guild as arrangements can often be made to accommodate your needs if given at least 2 weeks advanced notice.

Reservations: 

Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations usually close 5 business days before a dinner. Click a corresponding "Register" link above to sign up. Registration fees include food, wine, and tax. 

Because we guarantee events based on the number of registrants, no-shows are charged a non-refundable fee equal to the registration fee, per person, unless other arrangements are made at least 5 working days in advance of the dinner.

More Questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

 

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