On Tuesday, March 29, The Brown Hotel will host an elegant evening of food and wine at the Jordan wine dinner. Beginning at 7 p.m., the four-course dinner will be paired with wines from Jordan Vineyard and Winery located in Sonoma County. Diners will be treated to a special guest appearance by Sarah Halstead, regional director of Jordan Vineyard and Winery, marking the first time a representative from their brand has traveled to Louisville. In honor of the dinner, Westport Whiskey and Wine located in the Westport Village Shopping Center will be offering a special 15 percent off discount on bottles of Jordan wine ordered at the dinner. The cost to attend is $79 per person plus tax gratuity. Reservations are required and can be made by contacting Ellen Crouch at (502)736-2996 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Brown Hotel is absolutely legendary and I cannot wait to experience what I’ve been reading and hearing about since I was a little girl,” said Jordan Vineyard and Winery’s Sarah Halstead. “There’s a glamorous aspect of this hotel that’s almost haunting, which is part of the allure. I am thrilled to be able to represent the Jordan brand at their upcoming wine dinner.”
The expertly crafted menu for the Jordan wine dinner is as follows:
California Spot Prawns with spinach polenta cake, capsicum cream sauce and kiwi oil
Paired with Chardonnay 2008
Roasted Bison Filet Mignon with cannellini beans, smoked bacon, cremini mushrooms, artichoke hearts and teardrop tomatoes with duck foie gras sauce
Paired with Cabernet Sauvignon 2002/2003/2004
Garden Collage Lettuce with California Point Reyes blue cheese, truffle oil, shallots and thyme vinaigrette
Paired with Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
Exotic Coconut Crunch with vanilla chocolate mousse and mango purée
Paired with J Brut Cuvée 20 NV
Jordan Vineyard and Winery is a family business that has been producing world-class varietals on the hills of Alexander Valley in Sonoma County since 1972. Jordan wines are defined by intense fruit aromas, complex bouquets and refined tannins. For more information, visit www.jordanwinery.com.
The Brown Hotel, located at Fourth and Broadway, has been a Louisville tradition for 85 years. It is home to the AAA Four-Diamond English Grill and the casual venue J. Graham’s Café, where guests can try the legendary sandwich called “The Hot Brown.” The Brown Hotel is also a member of the Preferred Hotels and Resorts and Historic Hotels of America. For more information on this luxury hotel, visit The Brown’s website at www.brownhotel.com or call 502-583-1234.
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