We're delighted to partner with Chateau Lorane for a four-course wine dinner on Tuesday, November 27 from 5:30-7:30pm.
Chateau Lorane, located just 15 miles from Eugene was founded by Linde and Sharon Kester in 1984 when they planted a 30 acre vineyard in the historic Lorane Valley. Linde is known for making wines from rare and unusual grapes such as Marechal Foch, Flora, Baco Noir, Grand Noir and several port style wines. He enjoys utilizing these obscure grape varietals to make non-traditional blends and in general tries to make his wines as distinctive as possible.
Ambrosia's culinary staff, led by Rory Valentino, will prepare a four-course dinner inspired by the Lorane valley with each course designed to complement the wines. The price of the dinner is $65 per person and space is limited to 24 people. All of the wines will be available for purchase and you'll receive 10% off 12 or more bottles. Reserve your prepaid spot today by calling Ambrosia at 541-342-4141.
Chateau Lorane Wine Dinner Menu
Tuesday, November 27. 2018
- Welcome -
2013 Chateau Lorane Early Muscat, Oregon
- Course One -
2014 Chateau Lorane Sémillon, Quail Run Vineyard, Rogue Valley
2012 Chateau Lorane Huxelrebe, Oregon
House-made crostini, roasted pickled beets, chévre, lemon-dressed arugula
- Course Two -
2011 Chateau Lorane Pinotage, Quail Run Vineyard, Rogue Valley
2009 Chateau Lorane Entourage, Rogue Valley
Wilted spinach, chard, rosemary candied bacon, bacon vinaigrette, hazelnuts
- Course Three -
2013 Chateau Lorane Petit Verdot, Echo West Vineyard, Columbia Valley
2014 Chateau Lorane Carménère, Quail Run Vineyard, Rogue Valley
Philo-wrapped king salmon, butternut squash, saffron cream sauce, basil oil, amaranth
- Dolci -
Chateau Lorane Maréchal Foch Port, Oregon
Orange crème brûlée sweet tart cookies
Rory Valentino, Ryan Blaze & Ryan Erp Culinary Team
Marissa Spalding & Nick Kennedy Service Team
Armen Kevrekian Owner & Sommelier
Menu may change slightly due to availability of ingredients.