This month Hearth '61 at Mountain Shadows is hosting Sunday Supper Club which will feature an amazing collection of Washington State wines, curated by Mr. Charles Smith, owner and winemaker of K Vintners and will feature a four course dinner crafted by Chef Wiley. Charles Smith from K Vinters was born and raised an hour from Napa Valley, Mr. Smith didn’t discover his love for wine until he moved to Europe. While living abroad, he managed a number of rock bands, including the famed Danish duo The Ravonettes. Since starting his career as a winemaker in the late 1990’s in Walla Walla, Washington, he earned the distinction of being the only person to have been named “Winemaker of the Year” by both Wine Enthusiast and Food & Wine Magazine. His wines continue to receive broad recognition from leading wine publications with 141 scores of 95 points and above, and more than 588 scores of 90 points and above. On September 16th, Chef will pair four of the beautiful wines from the Washington vineyards with a Hearth ’61 seasonal four-course dinner. Get your tickets now before they sell out by going here.
~ Menu ~
Charred Octopus beluga lentils l pancetta l romesco l parsley oil
Substance Sauvignon Blanc “Sunset Vineyard” Ancient Lakes 2015
Roasted Pepper & Japanese Eggplant Salad avocado l aged jack cheese l tender greens l lemon almond brown butter vinaigrette
SIXTO Chardonnay “Moxee Vineyard” Yakima Valley 2014
Lamb Two Waysoven-roasted rack & braised belly l mushroom yuzu ragout l parsnip puree
K Vintners King Cole Cabernet / Syrah “Stoneridge Vinyard”Columbia Valley 2013
Goat Cheese Tartlette hazelnut crust l stone fruit preserve l blood orange cream
K Vintners “Art Den Hoed” Viognier Yakima Valley 2016
$74 per person + tax + gratuity
Looking for other events that Mountain Shadows will be hosting? Here are a couple more.
Spirited Sipping Seminars
Class is in session. Join Mountain Shadows on select Saturdays at Hearth '61 and go on a journey through the wonderful world of wine, beer and spirits. The resort’s talented beverage experts will guide attendees through a tasting seminar and history lesson worth savoring. Each seminar is 30 to 45 minutes, from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and costs $30 per person with extra time for you to stick around and savor the knowledge gained (and the spirits poured). The collection of events will suit every taste bud, whether you fancy wine, beer or classic cocktails with the Sept 8th featuring the Weekend Wine Session with a food & wine pairing.
Weekend Wine Sessions: Enjoy a tasting of three wines, plus a full glass of your favorite of the three:
Sept. 8 | Food & Wine Pairing
Craft of the Cocktail: Indulge with a tasting of three expertly mixed cocktails, plenty to get your afternoon going.
Oct. 6 | Bourbon
Brews & (Taste) Buds: Savor samples of three brews, plus a full glass of the one you fancy most.
Sept. 22: What Makes a Great IPA
Oct. 20: USA vs. Europe