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Last Harvest Wine Dinner

1 Oct

Last Harvest Wine Dinner

When:
October 16, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2019-10-16T18:30:00-04:00
2019-10-16T21:00:00-04:00
Where:
Palette Bistro
321 Bay St
Petoskey, MI 49770
USA
Contact:
Palette Bistro
231.348.3321
Last Harvest Wine Dinner @ Palette Bistro | Petoskey | Michigan | United States

Join us for a Last Harvest five-course wine dinner featuring Bos Wines of Napa Valley with special guest David Bos.

 

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 | 6:30pm
$65 + tax and gratuity ($81.90)
Online Reservations Required 

First:
Pumpkin Bisque
Chipotle Braised Pulled Pork
Creme Fraiche, Fried Sage
2016 Moon Bos Hunter White

Second:
Roasted Root Vegetable Terrine
Goat Cheese Mousse, Mint Chimichurri
Toasted Hazelnut Dust
2015 Ode to Fume Sauvignon Blanc

Third:
Prosciutto Wrapped Salmon
Cauliflower Puree, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes
Cranberry Sauce, Watercress, Pine Nuts
2015 Moon Bos Harvest Red

Fourth:
Pork Osso Bucco
Butternut Squash Gnocchi
Shaved Brussel Sprout Salad
2015 Phoenix Ranch Syrah

Fifth:
White Chocolate Bread Pudding
Sauteed Apples, Bourbon Caramel
Ginger Cinnamon Mousse

About the Winemaker, David Bos:
You’re probably hearing the name here for the first time, but you’re going to be hearing it again. We’re sure of that. A Michigan native, David Bos has just returned to the state to set up shop and is opening a tasting room in downtown Traverse City. Yet, that’s not why you’ll know the name — it’s because Bos is putting biodynamics front and center on the Michigan viticulture scene.

After he split Holland for California, he landed a vineyard manager gig at Grgich, whose vineyards he converted and took through Demeter certification, a role he held for nine years. That was a springboard to his own vineyard management company, Harvest Bos, through which he oversees organic and biodynamic viticulture for a host of California clients, from Napa to Sonoma and up through Mendocino. Now he’s bringing home what he’s learned and applying it in Michigan. Here, though, we’re introducing his California labeled Bos wines which he launched in 2010 using sourced fruit from his various vineyard projects.

Working with winemaker Jillian Johnson of Onesta (a prime mover in Bonny Doon’s transition to biodynamic winemaking), Bos is micro-producing fabulously transparent and expressive bottlings with the power to transform your understanding of what California wine can be.

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