Always a great dinner. First course, Butternut Squash Soup. I almost texted Chef Hedy to suggest this dish but, did not! So happy it’s on menu.
The Louis Michel has started to round (in 375ml) out, add some weight and blend so well with the soup.
Round, phat, slightly honeyed citrus surrounded by caramel, buttery, richness with soft allspice seasoning. Incredible!
Chef Hedy has made this before but, she really out did herself tonight with her BSS.
If you live in & around the greater Bay Area, you owe to yourself to attend one of the dinners Hedy holds 4-5 times a year. Not only is the food amongst the very best we had, the people that attend and environment are as equally good. Find Hedy @Plate&Bottle — 8 days ago
My first sparkling Pinot munier. Tasty! I’d buy this again — 4 days ago
Plenty of cherries 🍒 notes so fresh and bright. Still very good the next day chalky. Beautiful Burgundy but at 100$? And in October 25% tariffs on top. I think for us mortals it will be soon game over for wines from this region. Even Bourgogne’s go now for 30-40$. In the future I will focus on wines which emulate Burgs but are still affordable. — a month ago
Roussanne just finished dumb phase and is showing beautifully. Viogner is taken a back seat — 6 days ago
Mousset family has managed Clos Saint Michel for more than 6 decades, in Southern Rhône they have been active in wine for Much longer. Deep Ruby with aromas of red fruits and sweet spicy notes. On the palate black cherry and ripe blackberry flavors with vanilla and black pepper spice. Big firm tannins, nicely integrated, good balanced, long finish with solid ending. Tasting Sample. — 19 hours ago
Excellent showing, nutty, yellow fruit and fresh bread tones. — 5 days ago