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Tuesday
24
APR

Long Shadows Six Course Wine Dinner

18:00
21:00
Bar Harbor Supper Club
Event organized by Bar Harbor Supper Club

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For our 1st wine dinner of 2018, we have selected Long Shadows Vintners from the Columbia Valley, Washington.

For this dinner, we will be serving six courses, expertly prepared by Chef Brian Hudalla & Chef Derek Hyatt, each paired with a Long Shadows wine. We will be posting the Dinner Menu, later this week, as it is still being finalized.

Social Hour will be at 6pm, with Dinner starting promptly at 6:30pm. This will be a private event with only 40 tickets available.

Guest Presenter for the evening will be Marcus Hanson "The Minister of Wine" from Small Lot. More info about Marcus...http://smalllotmn.com/member/marcus-hanson/

Long Shadows Vintners is a collection of seven ultra-premium Columbia Valley wines showcasing the viticultural excellence of the growing region and honoring the internationally acclaimed winemakers who inspired them.

Founded in 2003 by Washington State wine visionary Allen Shoup, the Long Shadows proposition was as simple as it was complex: recruit a cadre of the finest winemakers in the world; give each vintner access to Washington State's best grapes; and outfit a winery to accommodate a diverse group of winemakers' exacting cellar specifications. The idea quickly sold itself, and from the beginning, the wines have enjoyed critical acclaim that has continued to grow vintage after vintage with the style of each wine firmly in place. In addition to the wines, Long Shadows collectively has won numerous awards, including recognition as Food & Wine magazine's "Winery of the Year."

Since the beginning Gilles Nicault, Long Shadows' director of winemaking and viticulture, has overseen the operations of the winery in addition to crafting Chester-Kidder, a Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah blend. Randy Dunn (Feather Cabernet Sauvignon); John Duval (Sequel Syarh); Philippe Melka (Pirouette Red Wine); and Michel Rolland (Pedestal Merlot) are active partners in their respective wines. Gilles Nicault now crafts Poet's Leap Riesling and Saggi (Sangiovese/Cabernet Sauvignon) in styles that remain true to their original winemakers. Agustin Huneeus, Sr., who is responsibile for bringing Philippe Melka into the project, continues to serve on the Long Shadows board of directors.

All of Long Shadows' wines are made in Walla Walla, Washington.

For more information about Long Shadows wines...https://longshadows.com/