This autumn, guests are invited to take a culinary wine tour around the world with the return of Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro’s Wine & Dine Mondays series. Designed to both educate and entertain, the series is aimed at oenophiles of all levels. “Wine & Dine Mondays is about wonderful wines, creative food and good friends,” says Cecilia Rait, proprietress and wine director of Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro. Diners are invited to visit various wine regions without leaving the comfort of their seats, as Cecilia and Tracy Burgis of M.S. Walker act as virtual tour guides, moving from region to region explaining the history, curiosities and nuances of each selection. Each four-course dinner showcases four wines as well the culinary artistry of Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro’s Executive Chef Josh Lewin, whose dishes are designed to complement each featured wine. On Monday, November 5th, 2012 at 7:00PM guests are invited to "Gerard Bertrand-Wines from Languedoc/Roussillion.” Bertrand is one of the leading winemakers from Southern France and a former member of the French National rugby team. As November arrives and shadows lengthen, this is the perfect time to taste these earthy wines from where the sun always shines!
This intimate adventure is set in communal seating to encourage conversation, laughter and fun. For $60.00 per person (tax and gratuity not included), guests are treated to four wines, a full four-course dinner and Cecilia's and Tracy's good cheer, humor and expertise. Reservations are encouraged as most nights sell out well in advance.
WHERE: The Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro| 25 Charles Street, Boston, MA | 617-723-7575 | www.beaconhillhotel.com.
WHEN: Monday, November 5th, 2012; 7:00PM
COST:$60 Per Person (tax and 18% gratuity not included), Reservations are necessary. Please call 617-723-7575.
Wine & Dine Mondays Schedule
Rioja – Wines from Northern Spain
November 19th, 2012 7:00PM
Rioja, in northern Spain, is one of the classic wine regions of Spain and the world. Rioja continues to evolve producing Tempranillo-based wines that others can only try to replicate.
Holidays and Wine - The New Sparklers and the Old Stand-bys
December 3rd, 2012 7:00PM
Wine and the holidays are a pair that will never separate. As the holiday season approaches, we will show you that the key to a great wine has nothing to do with its price.
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