Fork Hosts An Australian Wine Dinner
On Thursday, September 21 at 7 pm, Fork, 306 Market Street, will welcome one of Australia’s top winemakers, Keith Tulloch, for a special six-course Australian Wine Dinner. The dinner will cost $75 per person, not including tax and gratuity. Reservations are required.
Dinner will include:
- Grilled Australian Langoustine, with crispy fried green tomato and green scallion coulis, paired with Keith Tulloch, Semillon, 2004
- Fricassée of Snails, with lemongrass and cucumber poblano relish, paired with Per Diem, Viognier, 2005
- Braised Short Rib Dumpling, and spinach soup, paired with Keith Tulloch, Shiraz-Viognier, 2004
- Salt Crusted Prime Rib au Jus, with Saffron-Garlic Mashed Potatoes aside braised collard greens with bacon, paired with Kester, Shiraz, 2004
- Artisanal Cheese and Fruit Plate, paired with Botrytis Semillon.
More on Keith Tulloch after the jump.
Keith Tulloch, a fourth generation winemaker, is recognized throughout the world as one of Australia’s leading vintners. He is most famous for his crisp, dry Semillon and richly perfumed Viognier, which many maintain are Australia’s most distinct white wines. Not to be outdone by the acclaim of his whites, Tulloch also makes delicious reds. His Hunter Valley Shiraz is noted for its alluring fruit and spice characters and a rich, lingering finish. The dinner will also include Tulloch’s version of Sauterne, a delicious dessert wine made from late harvest Semillon grapes.
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