Pork & Pinot Wine Lunch at The Grand Richmond – July 5, 2015

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Pork & Pinot Wine Lunch at The Grand Richmond – July 5, 2015

PORK & PINOT

Is there any better food-wine combination?

The salty and fatty goodness of pork prepared several different ways. Combined with the refreshing and berry-rich taste of Pinot Noir.

On Sunday July 5, 2015 , 36 people had the privileged opportunity to enjoy a feast of both PORK & PINOT amidst the awesome beauty of The Grand Richmond.

The award-winning dining room of  The Grand serves up chef-inspired dishes that invite all of your senses. Naturally, this Pork & Pinot Wine Lunch was no different.

ENTRÉE
This first dish consisted of a salty and mouthwatering pork-enhanced risotto.
RISOTTO with GUANCIALE CURED EGG

WINE PAIRINGS
2013 HASELGROVE BRADAN PINOT NOIR (Adelaide Hills, SA)
Aroma: Warm inviting dark cherry and redcurrant fruits with hints of rhubarb, blueberry and strawberry. Palate: Medium bodied, with primary fruits up front that linger. Great savoury palate. A perfect pork complement.

2010 NICHOLSON RIVER WINERY “NR” PINOT NOIR (Bairnsdale, VIC)
A natural, delicate style displaying layers of spice and berry fruits.

MAIN
“Three Little Pigs”
That’s right. Not one or two, but THREE succulent pork dishes. Each with its own special flavour.
CONFIT PORK BELLY — MUSTARD SAUCE
WOOD SMOKED RIBS — SALSA VERDE
SAUTEED FILLET — APPLE SAUCE

To brighten your trio of pork goodness, The Grand Richmond offered a ROCKET SALAD and ROAST POTATOES.

WINE PAIRINGS
2013 BROWN MAGPIE PINOT NOIR (Geelong, VIC)
The true essence of the cool climate oceanic terroir of the Surf Coast region. Vibrant ruby Pinot is a cherry bomb with notes of red currants and an exquisite bouquet of autumn leaves and black truffles. 2014 Boutique Sine Show — Best Wine in Show!

2012 NUITON-BEAUNOY BOURGOGNE HAUTES-COTES DE BEAUNE PINOT NOIR (France)
With a purple “robe” with darker purple glints, this Pinot offers a wide palette of red and black fruit aromas (strawberry, red currant, black currant) with fine toasted nuances. Supple and delicate on tasting.

CHEESE
A fine selection of dairy favourites as well as daring new tastes. A perfect end to a perfect meal!
CHEESE PLATTER to share.

WINE PAIRINGS
2009 LANDMARK GRAND DETOUR PINOT NOIR (Sonoma County, USA)
This wonderful wine exhibits black cherry and damson plum fruit flavours with underlying black tea, orange peel, and sandalwood aromas. Soft, ripe tannins and balanced acidity contribute to a long, elegant finish.

2004 GOLDEN HAWK PINOT SHIRAZ by ANDRAOS BROS (Sunbury, VIC)
55% Pinot Noir; 45% Shiraz. Ruby red colour. The nose displays excellent oak presence with raspberry and soft strawberry. It has a lovely, dry finish.

It was a lunch to remember.

This Pork & Pinot Wine Lunch at The Grand promised to deliver extraordinary tastes and exceptional views.

They kept their promise.

The guests who attended this event were wine enthusiasts with advanced palate

The Wine List

2013 Haselgrove Bradan Pinot Noir (Adelaide Hills, SA)

2010 Nicholson River Winery “NR” Pinot Noir (Bairnsdale, VIC)

2013 Brown Magpie Single Vineyard Pinot Noir (Geelong, VIC)

2012 Nuiton-Beaunoy Bourgogne Hautes-Cotes de Beaune Pinot Noir (Burgundy, France)

2009 Landmark Grand Detour Pinot Noir (Sonoma Valley, USA)

2004 Golden Hawk Pinot Shiraz by Andraos Bros (Sunbury, VIC)

 

The Wine of the Event

2013 Brown Magpie Pinot Noir

The Wine of the Event

The Wine of the Event was the 2013 Brown Magpie Single Vineyard Pinot Noir (Geelong, VIC)

Check out our event gallery to see how enjoyable the day was!

Gallery of our Pork & Pinot Wine Lunch at The Grand Richmond

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