Springy Burgundy Dinner

Emily Kan for Catalyst

Think of Burgundies as big, bold wintry wines? Think again. Or better yet, book a table at Catalyst’s upcoming wine dinner on Tuesday, April 26th and sip these French beauties (reds and whites) alongside an early spring menu from chef William Kovel. He and his wine-loving team have selected some of their favorites to complement super seasonal dishes like vol-au-vent of lobster with morels, peas and spinach puree, and stuffed, bacon-wrapped saddle of rabbit with nettles, grilled ramps and heirloom carrots. The dinner, which starts at 6:15pm, costs $150 per person before tax and gratuity. You can check out the whole four-course spread below, then give them a ring at 617.576.3000 to have them hold your seat(s) and get ready to see a whole new side of Burgundy wines.  


Crudo of Hiramasa
Orange-Yuzu syrup, Charred Scallion
Lightly pickled Cucumber

Vol-en-Vent of Lobster
Morels, Peas, Spinach Puree

Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Saddle of Rabbit
Nettles, Grilled ramps, Heirloom Carrots

Roasted Lamb Chop
Tarbais Bean, Spring Onion, Fava Bean, Tomato Rosemary jus


Meurgey-Croses Saint-Veran “Clos de la Maison” 2017 

Meurgey-Croses Pouilly-Fuissé Vieilles Vignes 2019

Dubuet-Monthelie Monthelie 1er Cru Les Champs-Fuillot 2015

Domaine Odoul-Coquard Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Aux Combottes 2016

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