Field Recordings. Wine Dinner with Andrew Jones Tuesday March 14.  7:00 Reception, 7:30 Dinner.  5 courses + wines $75 per guest (63.75 for wine club members).  Reservations 816-842-2660 or barryt@tanninwinebar.com

 

Tuesday March 14, 7:00 Reception, 7:30 Dinner
Field Recordings Wine Dinner with Andrew Jones


$75 per guest, reservations 816-842-2660 or barryt@tanninwinebar.com

First Course
spaghetti squash, lemon, toasted walnuts, allium vinegar sauce, cauliflower cream
Field Recordings Chardonnay Spanish Springs Vineyard, Edna Valley, California '15

Second Course
faro risotto, acorn squash, jalapeno sauce, braised kraut
Field Recordings "Fiction" California '15

Third Course
rack of lamb, lentils, curry croutons, vinegar radish, pomegranate sesame sauce
Field Recordings Carignan Tommy Town Vineyard, Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara, California '15

Fourth Course
elk loin, dry chili apricot jam, arugula, cilantro, pickled red onion, cashew
Field Recordings Koligian Vineyard Paso Robles, California '14

Fifth Course
goat cheese panna cotta, stout caramel, oatmeal lavash, malted pumpkin seeds
The Fableist Tempranillo Santa Barbara County, California '14

We're excited to announce our second winemaker dinner of 2017 with Andrew Jones.  Andrew founded Field Recordings Winery in Paso Robles, California in 2007,  The young winemaker began his small winery after his career as a vineyard fieldman.  He has planted some of the most exciting vineyards in California's Central Coast which gave him an insider's knowledge of the local terroir and best sites (it's rumored that he has walked every vineyard in the Central Coast).  

Field Recordings. is a small winery dedicated to micro-lots of single vineyard wines from some of these great vineyards.  The wines, made of a wide range of grape varieties and blends, are delicious and balanced expressions of the generosity of some of the Central Coast's best sites.  As Andrew put it to The San Luis Obispo Tribune, “If you get it from the right spot, the work is already done for you in the vineyard.  It’s the winemaker’s responsibility to not screw it up.”

Andrew has also created some terrific Field Recordings. spin off labels, including Wonderwall, Alloy and FIction (the latter two bringing some of the best California examples of canned wine!) and, with Sans Liege winemaker Curt Schalchlin, The Fableist Wine Company (formerly Cane & Fable).  We'll be building a delicious 5 course dinner menu to pair with Andrew's wines and hope that you can join us for this special event!