‘A Night in Munich’. German food is perfect for winter weather. There’s a hardiness to Sauerbraten Short Ribs with German potatoes and Fresh Halibut Fricassees. For those not familiar with beef short ribs, it is a cut of beef that consists of a short portion of rib bone with a generous portion of succulent beef. Both entrees pair well with quality Rieslings and the evening’s venue will pair well with a cold winter’s night.
One of the wines we will be featuring is a Gunderloch of the Riesling variety. This winery was founded in 1890 by banker Carl Gunderloch. The winery is situated on a 250 million year old site of red slate soil and a unique microclimate. This Riesling has enough integrity to hold its own with beef and pairs well with seafood.
With the days being a bit longer, there is chance that you will catch a glimpse of a spectacular sunset!