All tickets are advance purchase. Payment Link: http://uncorked-cadaretta.eventbrite.com/
8/21/12 85% of the tickets have been sold
What: Cadaretta and Buried Cane from Washington State (Middleton Family Wineries) with popular wine owner Kris Middleton. Our last event with her had 120 in attendance.
Where: Warwick Hotel in a private patio wine and food pairing at Randolph's in the place famous for the Playboy Club.
1776 Grant Street Denver, CO 80203 www.warwickdenver.com
Crowd: Mostly Young Professionals
When: Wednesday August 22, 2012 at 6:00 PM Please be prompt as we will be serving each wine and appetizer paired
Cost: $ 28.99 includes tax and tip (Wine Party Only) Payment Link: http://uncorked-cadaretta.eventbrite.com/
Dress: Business/Dressy Casual to Business/Dress to Impress
Kris Middleton will be presenting wines from her Washinton State portfolio including Cadaretta and Buried Cane. In Celebration of Julia Child Month, Chef Jean-Claude Cavalera will be serving appetizers inspired by Julia Child.
Buried Cane No Oak Chardonnay Reception
Buried Cane Cabernet Sauvignon served with Mini crostini with Brie and raspberry
Buried Cane Heartwood Blend this is a blend of Syrah, Grenache, Mouvedre and Cuinoise served with Patachou with Gruyere and béchamel
Cadaretta Cabernet Sauvignon served with Mini filet mignon en croute
Cadaretta Syrah Pissaladiere served withOnion pizza with Nicoise olive and anchovie
Cadaretta SBS Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon served with Tartlet with Chambord chocolate mousse
Please Note: NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR/NO WALK UPS!....sorry but we will have to turn away anyone who doesn't have an advance ticket as wine and food has been allotted based on the ticketed attendees and we do not handle money at the door for wine and food pairing events We expect 100 attendees with a wine owner flying in and it's difficult to check folks in and handle money. Our events sell out quick!
About the Warwick, Randolph's and the Playboy Club History:
Warwick Denver Hotel has always been a popular hotspot to see and be seen.The top floors were once home to Hugh Hefner's Playboy Club, which opened in 1967 and so of course, the world’s most famous playboy, Hugh Hefner, occasionally visited until the club closed in 1977.
Randolph’s Restaurant and Bar exists only in the Denver and New York locations. The restaurant was named after William Randolph Hearst, who built the original hotel in New York (the first Warwick Hotel in the U.S.) for his Hollywood friends to visit.