Chef William Kovel and his crew at Catalyst are hosting Department 66 for a Thursday night wine dinner on July 29th. Reserve a seat in their Technology Square dining room for a taste of winemaker Dave Phinney’s blends made with grapes from 80-100 year old vines at his French Catalonian vineyard in the town of Maury, France (which is just a couple hours east of Barcelona).
The four-course dinner, which starts at 6:30pm, will be accompanied by selections like the 2019 Fragile, known for its aromas of strawberries and rhubarb and the 2017 Façade, which has hints of jasmine, lemongrass and peaches. Have a look at the full menu (and pairings) below and reserve your tickets — $130 each (including tax and gratuity) — by emailing Robyn Yee. Call 617.576.3000 with any questions and don’t miss out on this tasty opportunity.
Department 66 Wine Dinner Menu:
Chef selection of canapes
Rose, Department 66, Fragile 2019
Melon, chili, citrus
Grenache Gris, Department 66 Façade, 2017
Roasted fig, corn, swiss chard
Grenache, Department 66, 2014
Others Grenach, Department 66, 2015
Tomato, charred eggplant, zucchini
Grenache, Department 66, Pharon, 2015