Quilceda Creek Wine Dinner

Please join the Bacchus team for a truly rare and intimate wine dinner as we welcome John Ware, national sales director, from Quilceda Creek on Wednesday, May 9.

Based in Washington State, Quilceda Creek is known for producing premier Cabernet Sauvignon – six vintages received 100-point ratings from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate Awards. And the national and international recognition of this estate has created such a high-demand, that the wine is only available in Wisconsin through the estate’s biannual mailing list.

The team at Bacchus is grateful to have procured four different Quilceda Creek wines, two of which are only available at the winery, and Executive Chef Nick Wirth has crafted an exceptional six-course menu featuring scallops, duck confit, venison, and dry-aged New York Strip steak to highlight the uniqueness of each.

Seating is limited. Make your plans to join us for a sensational dining experience.

Passed Hors d'oeuvres

Pork Belly Lardons, maple sherry glaze
Tuna Tartare, wasabi tobiko, crispy wonton
Spinach Arancini, fontina fonduta
N.V. JM Labrueyere, “Prologue” Grand Cru, Champagne, France

Jumbo Day-Boat Scallop

poached apricots, toasted hazelnut butter, honey ginger vinaigrette
2013 Seven Springs Vineyards, Chardonnay, Eola-Amity Hills, Oregon

Smoked duck confit pappardelle

morel mushrooms, roasted shallot, fava beans, parmesan
2015 Quilceda Creek “CVR – Columbia Valley Red” Columbia Valley, Washington

Five Spiced Venison Loin

caramelized fennel puree, rainbow carrots, huckleberries
2013 Quilceda Creek, “Palengat” Columbia Valley, Washington

Dry-Aged New York Strip

charred ramp potato mousseline, hen of the woods, espresso steak sauce
2015 Quilceda Creek, Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley, Washington

Dark Chocolate Ganache Tart

anise-scented caramel, black currant Ice cream
2008 Quilceda Creek, “Galitzine” Columbia Valley, Washington

Six courses with six pairings
$175 per person plus service charge and tax