Winemaker Dinners

Kachina Vineyards and the Geyserville Grille are pleased to announce two Winemaker Dinners - Friday, March 10th and Friday, April 28th. Both dinners will feature Kachina wines paired with dishes prepared by Chef Andres.


Baked Brie with Baguette and House made Fig Jam

Lobster and Crab Cakes, Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
Paired with our 2015 Russian River Valley Chardonnay

Wild Mushroom Risotto
Paired with our 2015 Charbono

Intermezzo made with 12 Year Tawny Port

Filet Mignon, Kachina Cabernet Reduction, Rainbow Carrots, Mashed Potatoes or Salmon
Paired with our 2013 Dry Creek Valley Cabernet

Black and White Chocolate Mousse Cake
Paired with our 12 Year Tawny Port


Cost for this dinner is $100 per person. Club members will receive a 15% discount by booking directly with Nancy, noni@kachinavineyards.com

March 10th, 2017
April 28th, 2017

Kachina Vineyards
Greg and Nancy Chambers, winemakers and owners of Kachina Vineyards, have been making wine in Dry Creek Valley for over 18 years. They make small lots of premium wines, with total production being just 1000 cases per year. Their wines are not distributed, and often are on allocation. Being a small and exclusive winery, they only showcase their wines a few times per year. Their first event to unveil their wines will be at the Geyserville Grille. An opportunity to meet the winemakers and taste their hand-crafted wines paired with gourmet food! Wines can be purchased either at this tasting, through the Kachina Vineyards online wine shop, or by being a member of Kiva Circle, the Kachina wine club.

Wines being poured will be Kachina’s 2015 Russian River Valley Chardonnay, 2015 North Coast Charbono-only a handful of wineries produce this varietal, 2013 Dry Creek Valley Cabernet and a 12 Year Tawny Port.

Geyserville Grille
Chef Andres Rodriguez has spent many years in some of the finest properties in Sonoma County. Most recently, Andres has worked under Duskie Estes and John Stewart with Zazu Restaurant, and prior to that he spent many years working with Chef Tom Schmidt at John Ash and Co., at Vintners Inn.  We are pleased and proud to have Andres on our team.

The Geyserville Inn
Owned and operated by two generations of the Christensen family — has all the comforts of a contemporary boutique hotel with the charm and service of a small country inn. The scenic 80-mile drive north from San Francisco to the Geyserville Inn showcases the beauty of the Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys. This serene and beautiful inn is surrounded by the Mayacama mountains and Alexander Valley vineyards on all sides. All thirty-eight charming deluxe guest rooms and three elegant king suites are surrounded by lush landscaping and breathtaking vineyard views.  Room discounts are available if you mention the Kachina Winemaker Dinner………707-857-4343.
   
 
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