|Fourth 2017 Ann Arbor Tasters Guild Event
ALWAYS THE TWAIN SHALL MEET
Alsace Winemaker Dinner
with Philippe Zinck, Domaine Zinck
TUESDAY, April 18, 7:00 pm
|at Grange Kitchen, 118 W Liberty, Ann Arbor|
Alsace has a unique gustatory culture. Its wines and cuisine have evolved to mate with one another like no other winegrowing region’s. The whole package represents a special merger of French and German heritages, which on many fronts clash but here meet to form dining experiences of the highest order. There are more Michelin star restaurants in Alsace than anywhere in France outside of Paris.
We’re thrilled to be joined this evening by Philippe Zinck, proprietor and winemaker of Haut Rhin’s Domaine Zinck, a 50-acre winegrowing estate in the vicinity of Eguisheim, one of Alsace’s most picturesque villages. Grange Kitchen is a natural choice for an Alsace wine dinner. Chef/proprietor Brandon Johns’ proclivity for all things porcine jibes with the wines’ natural affinity. We’ll deliver a sample of each wine to Brandon and kitchen staff to inspire a complementary menu, which will be posted on the website and emailed to the membership when it’s ready. Meanwhile, here’s the wine list:
THE MENU AND WINES
Caramelized Onion and House Smoked BaconTart
Mushroom and Cheese Pasty
Grilled Local Trout
Pork Belly Ramen
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