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An Autumn Wine Dinner with The Hess Collection

On Tuesday, November 13th, enjoy an autumn wine dinner with Chef Ryan Kotwica and The Hess Collection winery. The evening will include a seated four-course dinner, wine education and live entertainment located in the fully-enclosed and weatherized Lodge on the Rooftop at the Providence G.

The Hess Collection is known for their Mount Veeder vineyards that have the ideal combination of soils and microclimates to produce grapes of distinctive character and flavor, and expressed through their artfully crafted wines. The Hess Collection is also home to an incredible art gallery supporting their efforts of curating wine and art under one roof. Guest speaker Laurine Ryan Perry will be at the dinner speaking about the wines and art collection. One guest will go home with a Hess Collection gift basket filled with wines, accessories and a beautiful book published about their art collection.

 

Menu highlights include Crescent Farms Duck Breast with duck skin crumble, sunchoke puree, frisee and pomegranate paired with the Shirttail Ranches Pinot Noir. Their signature Allomi Cabernet Sauvignon is being paired with Filet Tartare served with quail egg yolk, pecorino romano, truffle, fried capers and a roasted tomato reduction.

 

Brendan Chipley Roane, Director of Marketing and Communication for the restaurant says, “This dinner is a perfect opportunity to enjoy an evening in our Rooftop Lodge while gazing at the stars, learning about wine from Mount Veeder and the listening to the sounds of live entertainment by piano entertainer Billy Musto.”

The reception begins at 6:30 p.m. Tickets cost $75 per guest, inclusive of tax and gratuity. Complimentary valet parking is available. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting http://www.rooftopattheg.com

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