Italy borders France for a little more than 300 miles. During the month of May we are crossing the border for two fantastic wine dinners featuring French wines.
Join us Sunday, May 5th at Zona River at 6:00pm for a night of Burgundy.
Burgundy is called the “King of Wines”. Cambridge University Magazine once said, “Burgundy!!! Fill yourself a goblet of this grandly poetical wine, and quaff of it largely…and if you are not happy, God help you.”
Come see what all of the fuss is about on May 5th. We will be featuring four wines and four courses for $65. For one delicious dining experience only, Zona River will be transformed into a French restaurant serving:
Oysters with Lemon Gelee and Pickled Fennel Hache
Rabbit Rillete with Caraway Salad
Ris de Veau, Veal Sweetbreads with a Mushroom Glaze, Pomme Purée.
Cochon with Gribiche
Space is limited. Make your reservation today by calling 520.888.7878
Join us Monday, May 6th at Zona Tanque Verde at 6:30pm to see just how influential French wines are.
French wine was cultivated in 6th Century BC and since then France has had a profound impact on wines world wide and is the second largest wine producer in the world. In fact, most of the “international varieties” we know of today are of French descent and were popularized due to their cultivation. On May 6th we are celebrating the centuries of wine. During our “French Connection” dinner we will be showcasing four different French varietals grown all over the world with four courses for $45.
Radishes in Pots, Mozzarella Whey, Rye Crumb
Mohua Sauvignon Blanc, 2012, Marlborough, New Zealand
Brie en Croutte, Puff Pastry, Poached Cherries
Baileyana Pinot Noir 2010, Edna Valley, San Luis Obispo, Cal
Veal Sweetbreads, with Mushroom Glaze, Pomme Puree, Roasted Baby Onions
Copain Syrah 2010, Russian River Valley, Cal.
Space is limited. Make your reservation today by calling 520.296.7878