Tuesday, April 24th at 6:30 P.M.
$65 per person, not including tax and gratuity
Call 828-505-3969 for Reservations
Wine and food lovers: Join us on Tuesday, April 24th for an exclusive paired wine dinner in partnership with one of our favorite wine distributors: Wrath Wines.
Our chefs have created an amazing four-course menu—with local specialities in every course—to highlight and complement each highly rated, low production vintage. The wines being featured for this special evening are chosen exclusively for Posana Cafe.
Caviar and Corn
Sunburst Farms Trout Roe, Corn Bilini, Quail Egg
Wrath Ex Anima, Sauvignon Blanc 2010
English Peas, Foraged Mushrooms, Rabbit Jus
Wrath Ex Anima Chardonnay 2009
Braised Carrots, Tarragon, Local Watercress, Noir Reduction
Wrath San Saba Pinot Noir 2009
Lemon Ricotta Cheesecake
Brown Butter-Pistachio Genoise, Local Strawberry and Chervil Spoom
Wrath produces site-driven Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, and Sauvignon Blanc from their sustainable-certified estate vineyard and properties in the Santa Lucia Highlands. Their production is small, their distribution is limited, and their wines reveal attitude, passion, and an inherent respect for what a vineyard can give.
About the 2009 Wrath Pinot Noir, San Saba Vineyard:
Wine Spectator, March 2012
Rating: 93 pts
“Combines density with structure, depth and finesse, built around tiers of wild berry, blueberry, cola and loamy earth, ending with a long, layered finish.” – James Laube
Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar, Nov/Dec 2011
Rating: 90 pts
“Medium Red. Highly perfumed aromas of red and dark berries, Asian spices and vanilla. Lush, sappy, and energetic, offering gently sweet black raspberry and cherry flavors complicated by suave rose pastille and baking spice qualities. Finishes silky and long, with lingering spiciness and good cut.” – Josh Raynolds
International Wine Review, October 2011
Rating: 90 pts
“The San Saba Pinot Noir is a beautiful intensely flavored, juicy wine with a long, long finish. A melange of dark cherry, loam and some oak suffuse the palate.” – IWR Tasting Panel