Wine-down with Talavera at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale with a series of "Taste Talavera" evenings featuring artfully crafted cuisine accompanied by specialty pairings. Each "Taste" evening features a four-course menu coupled with pairings from a guest purveyor, who will rove from table to table throughout the night. The flow-style evening allows patrons who wish to dine on the a la carte Talavera menu to do so, even if their tablemates choose the "Taste" option. The series formerly was known as the "Vine & Dine," but transitioned for 2011 to incorporate spirit makers, beer purveyors and other specialty themes throughout the year.
Jan 7th, 2015 (Wed)
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Taste Talavera: Chateau Montelena Wine Dinner
Chateau Montelena. The Philosophy is Simple: Make the Best. Period.
Thirty-nine years ago, California wine created a revolution. A competitive tasting was held in Paris. Famous French wines were blind tasted side-by-side with American wines unknown outside of California. The results shocked the French and, overnight, changed the way the world perceived American Wines. The best white wine was Chateau Montelena Chardonnay.
We are proud to host this wine dinner pairing four Chateau Montelena wines with four courses from Chef Mel Mecinas. More details coming soon!
Jan 22nd, 2015 (Thu)
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Wine and Dine with a Master, Let others attend to mediocrity.
Emmanuel Kemiji Master Sommelier, Owner of Miura Vineyards and Managing Director of Clos Pissara. Need we say more?
Emmanuel is one of 211 professionals who have earned the title of Master Sommelier in the world. He is one of the only five candidates ever to pass the prestigious Master Sommelier exam on his first attempt in 1989. He has taken his passion and knowledge of wine to the vineyard with his latest endevors of Miura and Clos Pissara.
Winner of awards such as "Sommelier of the Year", "Wine Director of the Year" and "Winemakers to Watch".
His philosophy is well summed up in the motto for Miura, "Live, Love, Honor, Dream, Fight, and let others attend to Mediocrity."