Thursday, January 23, 2014

Old Vinings Inn Hosts Goldschmidt Vineyards Wine Dinner on January 30

Is the cold weather bringing you down? Warm up with the Goldschmidt Vineyards wine dinner at Old Vinings Inn on Thursday, January 30 at 7 p.m. Chef Don Diem and chef de cuisine Scott Holder have planned a hearty winter's night menu to complement wines selected by Nick Goldschmidt. On the menu: lobster prepared two ways - via sous vide and in samosa, paired with 2011 Boulder Bank sauvignon blanc, Marlborough; venison consommé with root vegetable and truffle mousse, paired with 2011 White Hart pinot noir, Santa Lucia Highlands; beef two ways - braised shoulder paired with 2010 Goldschmidt "Fidelity" Bordeaux-style, Alexander Valley and tenderloin paired with 2009 Goldschmidt "Forefathers" Lone Tree Vineyard cabernet sauvignon, Alexander Valley. Topping the meal is a dessert of chocolate cherry tart, pistachio ice cream, chocolate-covered espresso beans and raspberry gelée paired with 2011 Victor Vineyards Roadside Red, zinfandel blend, Lodi. Meet industry veteran Nick Goldschmidt who brings decades of experience in winemaking from New Zealand, Australia, California and at his own Goldschmidt Vineyards. Cost is $85 per person plus tax and gratuity. There’s limited space, so reserve your place by calling 770-438-2282.

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