Patton Valley Wine Dinner

Patton Valley Vineyard Website

Oregon is pretty far away (on the other side of the country, in fact) so if you weren’t planning a trip to the West Coast this fall, that’s okay — winemakers from Willamette Valley are coming to Boston instead. The peeps at Patton Valley Vineyard produce sustainably-made, low-impact-on-the-land vino with a focus on Pinot Noir. They’ll be showcasing their collection throughout a five-course dinner at Meritage on Friday, October 4th with Sommelier Benjamin Oram orchestrating the evening. Executive Chef Daniel Bruce has put together a special menu of game meats (crispy quail, sumac-glazed duck breast) and favorite fall ingredients (roasted leeks, fennel confit, hen of the woods mushrooms) to pair with the pours. Dinner is $125 per person, including tax and gratuity, plus a processing fee — get your ticket here.

Crispy Prosciutto, Grilled Green Melon, Cracked Black Pepper, Brie Toast
Pet Nat Rose of Pinot Noir

Smoked Blue Fish, Barnstable Oyster, Cape Gooseberry, Nasturtium Hazelnut Crumble, Purslane, Tarragon Cultured Cream
Pinot Blanc Mora Brothers Vineyard

Crispy Quail, Raspberry Glaze, Roasted Leeks, Fennel Confit, Vermont Shepherd Cheese Grits
Estate Pinot Noir

Sumac Glazed Duck Breast, Hen of the Woods Mushrooms, Black Garlic Wild Rice, Fresh Lingonberries
Lorna Marie Pinot Noir

Jasper Hill’s Cellar Harbison with Smoked Apricot, Toasted Macadamia Nuts and Grilled Olive Bread
Olorosso of Pinot Gris

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