California Uncorked: Tablas Creek Vineyard & Château de Beaucastel

Thursday, July 18, 2024 July 18, 2024 Waldorf Astoria Monarch Beach Resort & Club

6:00 pm

Bourbon Steak Private Dining Room

This summer, upscale wineries take center stage during this exclusive experience at Waldorf Astoria Monarch Beach. Transcend your summer evenings to sip and swirl through multiple courses of savory creations, each dish thoughtfully paired by the evening's featured winery. On Thursday, July 18, Tablas Creek Vineyard and Château de Beaucastel are teaming up to present a showcase of exclusive wine pairings during an elegant dining experience at Bourbon Steak. Accompanying the wine pairings is a savory multi-course menu, prepared by Chef Peter Lai, highlighting an array of culinary creations from land and sea. 

$315 per person, excludes tax and gratuity 

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To reserve, email the team at Bourbon Steak. 

A Farm With A Red Barn

About Tablas Creek Vineyard: Tablas Creek is the realization of the combined efforts of two of the international wine community’s leading families: the Perrin family, proprietors of Château de Beaucastel, and the Haas family of Vineyard Brands. Equally owned and run by the two families, the partnership begun in 1987 remains today as ever, even as the next generation of Haas' and Perrins have stepped into leadership roles over recent decades. Over the course of two decades traveling around the United States together to promote their French wines, Haas and the Perrins became friends, and emerged convinced that the Rhone grape varieties so well suited to the sunny south of France would thrive in California's Mediterranean climate. In 1985, the families began looking for property.

A Large Building With Trees And Bushes In Front Of It

About Château de Beaucastel: Château de Beaucastel has been one of Chateauneuf-du-Pape's greatest estates for decades. First mentioned in the literature in 1549, when the noble Pierre de Beaucastel bought a plot of land in the commune of Coudoulet, it has been run by the Perrin family for five generations, since 1909. Jacques Perrin, who oversaw the estate in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, has been recognized for bringing the region to recognition, for being a pioneer of organic farming, and for leading the regeneration of traditional grape varieties, most notably Mourvedre. His work has been carried on by his sons Jean-Pierre and Francois, now together with their children Marc, Pierre, Thomas, Cecile, Charles, Matthieu, and Cesar. Beaucastel has won numerous international awards, including Wine Spectator's Wine of the Year in 1991, Jean-Pierre and Francois Perrin's joint "Man of the Year" award from Decanter in 2014, and induction into the prestigious Primum Familiae Vini (First Families of Wine).

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