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Farmhand Alsatian Wine Pairing Menu

Mission, San Francisco

$85.00

Restaurant
Provided
Banquet (20+ Guests)
french, californian
Local, Organic
In-Person
In France, a couple of wine regions that get all the glory - in fact, you'd think that Burgundy and Bordeaux were the only two places that make great wine. But there is so much great wine all across the country, and we'd like to focus on one of our favorite regions, Alsace. Alsace is a small area in the northeast of France that has changed hands several times between its current country and Germany. Because of this, there's a strong German influence in both the food and the wine. This means amazing sausages, charcuterie, cheeses and really delicious white wines. This meal will be complete with five courses, wine pairings, and maybe a few surprises tossed in for good measure.

Menu detail

alsatian cocktail
Beverage
Our favorite way to start a meal
tarte á l'oignon and sylvaner
Appetizer
bacon and onion tart with farm lettuces 2012 ostertag, sylvaner, vielle vignes
duck liver paté and gewürztraminer
Small Plate
duck liver paté, gewürztraminer gelée, smoked trout salad, dill alsatian pickles warm bread gewürztraminer (still tracking down a favorite)
choucroute garnie and riesling
Entree
famous traditional alsatian dinner of cooked cabbage, homemade sausages, smoked pork shoulder and belly, and mustard 2000 trimbach, riesling, cuvée frédéric emile
münster and grand cru riesling
Small Plate
this is not the münster you know from the deli, but a true soft creamy münster in an alsatian style 1995 domaine weinbach, riesling, schlossburg - this is a grand cru riesling with quite a bit of age, which should make a great pairing
tarte aux poires alsacienne
Dessert
classic pear tart with custard kirsch

Farmhand Alsatian Wine Pairing Menu

Mission, San Francisco
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