This was a five course dinner with a great Champagne as a an aperitif and a well-paired wine with each course. The price was $75 per person including the wines (which flowed freely), but excluding tax and tip, so figure about $100 per person. The wines come from Cotuit Liquors and they describe them and hope to sell some. The Champagne was from Drappier. I had never heard of them, but now we own a case - it was that good. A Pouilly-Fume accompanied some marinated Alaskan King Salmon - good and a good pairing. Next came a bit of foie gras in puff pastry with wild mushrooms - one of my favorites and even better with a 2009 Latour Chassagne-Montrachet rouge. We bought a case of this also. The vintage was great and it's getting difficult to find a bottle with this much age in a wine store. A braised wild boar with ginger spiced bread and celeriac was served with a full bodied 2011 Crozes-Hermitage - another great dish and pairing. We have four cases of Crozes-Hermitage in the basement, so we didn't order any more. The main course was a tenderloin with a shallot confit paired with a Ch Lalande Borie 2008, a second wine of Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou. We ended with a Bosch Pear almond cream gratin with apple cider vinegar and an 2011 Alsatian gewurztraminer. We were all quite pleased with the service, food, and wine.
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