Book online now for what will be an extraordinary evening of wine and food, with live music by San Francisco’s prohibition band – Tumbledown House. We have reserved the historic Louis Mel home for this year-ending winemaking dinner, which, if you didn’t know, is now the faithfully restored Murrieta’s Well, pastorally situated among some of Livermore’s oldest and most important vineyard land. It was Louis Mel’s vines that made Livermore famous. And, though he never made wine, his La Bocage Vineyard produced cuttings that today populate our valley and many other vineyards in California.
I can think of no better way to celebrate the harvest and coming holiday season than with our friends and supporters at this historic location.
$130 – includes tax and gratuity
Passed Hors d’oeuvres – with surprise beverages
Wild Mushroom Bolognese
With creamy polenta, Parmesan Croutons, and Micro-Herbs
2013 Occasio Cabernet Franc
Market Field Greens with Roasted Red Flame Grapes, Blue Cheese, Toasted Pecans, and Balsamic
2015 Occasio Chardonnay
Main Course (Choice of One)
Black Pepper Filet of Beef Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Root Vegetables, Sauce Au Poivre
2013 Occasio Heritage Cabernet Sauvignon
Pacific Sea Bass California Red Rice Pilaf, Sauteed Baby Spinach, Tangerine Beurre Blanc
2013 Occasio Syrah
Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart, Smoked Cran-Cherry Chutney, Dulce de Leche Chantilly
2011 Occasio Opportunity Port