Friday, March 13, 2009

Aged Cheese and Vin de Bourgogne at Hemingway's

Hemingway's one of Vermont's premium restaurant for gourmet and fine dining experience is located in Killington, the heart of Vermont country, within striking distance of Rutland, Woodstock and Ludlow. Ted and Linda Fondulas are celebrating their 26 years of cooking and sharing their passion for fresh and local Vermont food.

On Tuesday March 24th, Ted and Linda will be hosting a Tasting Diner featuring wines of Jean-Pierre Latour & Michel Caillor, two of the best winemakers from the Bourgogne region of France. The stars will be 2005 and 2006 vintages, best Burgundian vintages of the decade, and Bonne Bouche will be the last bite to conclude this exquisite diner.
Bonne Appetit et Santé!


Michel Caillot, Bourgogne Blanc Les Herbeux, 2005
hors d’oeuvres
Michel Caillot, Meursault La Barre Dessus Clos Marguerite, 2005
Latour-Giraud, Meursault Charles Maxime, 2006
hand-rolled tortellini of Vermont rabbit
Michel Caillot, Meursault Limozins, 2005
Latour-Giraud, Meursault Genevrières, Premier Cru, 2006
Maine lobster with wild bassMichel Caillot, Pommard, 2005
Latour-Giraud, Maranges La Fusière, 2006
Cavendish Farm pheasant with house-made gnocchi and mushroom
Latour-Giraud, Meursault Narvaux, 2006
Vermont Butter & Cheese aged goat cheeses with roast fennel tart

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