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Austin, TX 78704
Bridlewood Estate Winery, based in California, invited me to a wine pairing at Odd Duck last month. I’ve always had delicious tastings with Californian wines and had a scrumptious 17 course dinner at Odd Duck’s new brick and mortar back in January. In short, the invitation promised a palatable evening. Chef Bryce Gilmore and his team designed an original menu to pair with Bridlewood Paso Robles Rose, Bridlewood Monterey County Chardonnay, Bridlewood Monterey County Pinot Noir, and Bridlewood Sta. Rita Hills Reserve Pinot Noir. The pairings were intoxicating and well orchestrated. Every bite and every sip.
Crab, cornmeal pancake, grapefruit. Paired with Bridlewood Paso Robles Rose 2012.
Lardo, rice cracker, radish. Paired with Bridlewood Paso Robles Rose 2012.
Wine Maker Mark Williams gives us the inside scoop on Bridlewood Estates Winery in between courses.
Royal red shrimp, celery, hazelnuts, lemon verbena. Paired with Bridlewood Monterey County Chardonnay 2012.
Mole, masa roasted beets, charred olive, soured cream. Paired with Bridlewood Sta. Rita Hills Reserve Pinot Noir 2012
Cavatelli, heirloom chicken, tarragon, pistachio, strawberries. Paired with Bridlewood Monterey County Pinot Noir 2012.
Grilled venison loin, sweet potato, vanilla, juniper, morels. Paired with Bridlewood Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon 2012.
Strawberry tart, creme fraiche, almond, rhubarb. Paired with Bridlewood Central Coast Blend 175 2012.
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