Let our friends at Woodward Canyon Winery take you on a journey through some of Walla Walla’s finest wine. We are pleased to welcome Sager Small, Viticulture and Production Assistant and Selena Kritsonis, Director of National Sales as our hosts for the evening. The evening will feature a dynamic, five-course pairing dinner reflecting the seasonal harvest from local producers and Woodward Canyon’s exquisite wines. Rick Small, the winery’s owner has deep roots in Walla Walla planting vines back in 1976 on on his family’s farm. He along with Gary Figgins, who founded Leonetti Cellars are some of the first wineries to pop up on the scene in the Valley post prohibition.
“Chef Ryan and his team prepares everything from scratch daily including breads, pastas and desserts for dinner service. Chef Ryan will perfectly pair his culinary creations with our latest Woodward Canyon releases to result in a memorable evening showcasing the food and wine of the pacific northwest.” – Woodward Canyon Winery
Here is Chef’s menu:
Garlic Shrimp Tagine
2017 Estate Sauvignon Blanc
Avgolemono with Heirloom Rice and Winter Squash
2017 Washington State Chardonnay
Venison Cheek Gyro, Caraway Flatbread, Tzatziki
Artist Series Cabernet Sauvignon
Roasted Goat Chops, Mint Chèvre Compound Butter, Braised Radicchio and Fennel, Turnips
2014 Charbonneau Read
Brioche Stuffed French Toast
Almonds, Cherries, Chocolate
2015 Columbia Valley Merlot
These evenings are always memorable and sell out quickly. Dinner is $55/person for 5 courses and $50 for the optional wine pairing. There is one seating for dinner at 6 p.m.
Why stop with a fantastic dinner when you can enjoy a sumptuous gourmet-style breakfast as well? When you dine at Coho Restaurant for one of our special events, stay at the Tucker House Inn for only $129 per night. The Inn is just a block and a half away making it the perfect home-away-from-home.
Reservations open! Call 360.378.6330 or online.« Previous Page