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Winemaker Dinner: Special Taste of Burgundy

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On Thursday, November 1, we will welcome winemaker Matthieu Gille from Domaine Gille for a special taste of Burgundy.

The evening begins with a reception, followed by three courses with side-by-side pairings, for a total of seven wines; please see the menu below. With thanks to Michael Corso Selections, we are pleased to offer you this wonderful opportunity to enjoy some truly excellent wines at an exceptional value.

Cost is $150 per person, including tax and gratuity. Bottles of the featured wines will be available to order for your home collection.

We look forward to seeing you for this intimate evening at Vie!

Winemaker Dinner: Special Taste of Burgundy

With Matthieu Gille From Domaine Gille

Thursday, November 1 at 6 p.m. at Vie
Reception followed by three courses with side-by-side pairings (seven wines)
$150 per person, all-inclusive
Reservations: 708.246.2082 or Resy

Book your Vie reservation on Resy

For online tickets via Resy, please select November 1, then 6 p.m. Wine Dinner, and follow the prompts.

 

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reception

chicken liver mousse crostini, gooseberry jam
shrimp escabeche, pickled green garlic, hot sauce mayonnaise
truffled gougeres, smoked apple butter

2014 Côtes de Nuits-Villages Blanc

first

hen of the woods mushrooms, crispy rice, fried brussels sprouts, pickled fennel, black cardamom

2015 Bourgogne Pinot Noir +
2015 Côtes de Nuits-Villages Rouge

second

smoked pork sausage, buckwheat spätzle, red kuri squash, plum-pasilla chile puree, mustard sauce

2015 Nuits-St. Georges “Les Brulées” +
2015 Nuits-St. Georges 1er cru “Les Cailles”

third

five-spice duck breast, sunchoke and duck leg confit hash, wood-grilled chard, preserved cherry duck jus

2015 Chambolle-Musigny 1er cru +
2015 Corton Grand Cru “Les Renardes”

 

About Domaine Gille
domainegille.com

The Gille family has resided in the village of Comblanchien continuously since 1570. Since that time, the domaine has been passed down from father to son and has changed in size due to purchases and marriages. The present domaine was developed by Vivant Gille in the early 1900s, and today the 9-hectare domaine is run by his grandson, Pierre Gille. The vines on this tiny property range from 45 to 80 years of age, with some parcels owned by the family since the late 18th century. All the work is done by hand, following traditional methods, as M. Gille says “respecting the terroir and the unique character and challenges of each vintage.” These are truly hand-crafted wines of great personality and individuality, made in the most traditional manner. (via Michael Corso Selections)


Later Event: November 4
Sunday Supper