Wine Dinner at the Glasbern Inn

by theelvee_w2oe3m


The Glasbern Inn is hosting another ridiculous wine dinner on April 21st.  The crown jewel of the seven-course affair is the 1986 Chateau Mouton Rothschild, a French first growth that garnered a perfect rating from Wine Advocate.  And for dessert?  A 1991 Vintage Port.  The dinner is $135 per person and reservations are required.


Corned Beef Tongue
rye crisp, sweet + sour fennel, “puffed” cheese
Paired with 2010 Pinnacle Ridge, Pinot Noir, Lehigh Valley, PA

House Cured King Salmon
yuzu cure, endive, beetroot, coriander + verjus
Paired with 2009 Finca el Origen, Torrontes, Argentina

Glasbern Pork Breast
octopus, marcona almonds, house chorizo variations
Paired with 1978 Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey, Grand Cru De Sauternes, France

Garden Mizuna
pickled ramps, goats milk, porcini mushroom
Paired with 2006 Simonnet-Febvre Premier Cru Chablis Vaillons, France

Halibut Confit
toasted cashew, savoy cabbage, hibiscus + buerre orange
Paired with 2008 Louis Latour, Puligny-Montrachet, France

Glasbern Lamb
sunchoke + heirloom carrot, buttermilk + blueberry
Paired with 1986 Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac, France


in variation
Paired with 1991 Dow’s Vintage Port, Portugal

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