California GOLD RUSH Wine Dinner with Source & Sink

Jan 18th

frame
presents
California GOLD RUSH Wine Dinner
with wines by
Sonoma Valley’s
Source and Sink
and a GOLD RUSH era dinner
by
Chef Rebecca LaMalfa

 

 

Meet our new California friends Source & Sink coming to frame to share their brilliant farm-focused wines from Sonoma Valley.  110-year old Alicante Bouschet vines.  Organic farming.  Minimal intervention in the fields.  Needless to say, very welcomed guests at our next up, California GOLD RUSH dinner.

Plan on frame’s communal dinner tables bristling with foods made famous during this rousing era when gold made miners rich overnight = San Francisco’s famous sourdough bread, savory fritters with smoked trout, venison with brown butter cabbage and the culinary icon of the time: The Hangtown Fry, invented by a frenzied miner who requested the finest and most expensive meal in the house…omelets made with bacon and oysters, held together by the symbolic golden egg.

Source & Sink winemakers Rande Feldman & Aaron Cherny will be mingling table-side to share tasting notes of their vibrant included pairing along with music by the Eagles (think Hotel California).

Panning for gold here?
Sort of —- we’re quite eager for a taste of Gold Rush history in frame’s very own kitchen.


Menu 

{  1st  }
Warm Brandade, California Olive Oil

Poppyseed Saltines

{  2nd  }
Hangtown Fry Tartine
Sourdough, Sheared Eggs, Crispy Oysters, Pancetta, Chives

{  3rd  }
Savory Corn Fritters
Pinto Beans, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Smoked Trout, Wild Sage

{  4th  }
Venison
Brown Butter Cabbage, Crushed Potatoes, Rosemary Red Wine Reduction

{  5th  }
Horchata Bread Pudding

 

++ Chef is requesting no substitutions for this menu ++


Saturday, January 18th
5:30pm and 8:30pm 

$63 per person + tax and service fee

Included:
5 California GOLD RUSH inspired courses by Chef Rebecca LaMalfa paired with Source & Sink wines.  

Additional:
Source & Sink wines by the glass, by the bottle, and retail bottles for takeaway to enjoy at home all winter.
++ a-la-carte beer and frame cocktails ++

List of Sonoma Valley’s Source and Sink Wines

2018 Red Field Blend
2018 Carignan
2018 Petite Sirah
2018 Alicante Bouschet
2018 Rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon


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