Wild boar and marinated ostrich on the menu for Vail wine dinner
VAIL CO, Colorado
VAIL – Wednesday night at Ludwig’s, guests will be able to experience a piece of Napa Valley in Vail Village. Ludwig’s Sommelier Jarrett Quint will join with VGS Chateau Potelle to create exclusive pairings with Chef Steve Topple’s unique wild-game cuisine.
“We are offering some of our finest cuisine paired with the well-know Chateau Potelle wines out of Napa,” Topple said.
The menu and wine pairings are as follows: Apricot gazpacho paired with VGS 2010 Sauvignon Blanc; caviar, gravlax and grapefruit ceviche paired with VGS 2010 Chardonnay; wild boar ragu ravioli with star anise, red currant sauce paired with VGS 2009 Zinfandel; marinated ostrich with soft goat cheese polenta and blackberry sauce paired with a 2009 Vintage. Finally, for dessert, caramel pudding with bittersweet chocolate-cherry champagne sorbet paired with VGS 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon.
The Chateau Potelle wine dinner is at 7 p.m. today, with a fixed price of $95 per person. Reservations can be made by contacting the concierge’s desk at 970-479-5429.