Gourmet Food & Wine Pairing

8/1 Gourmet Food & Wine Pairing

Starting with a brief vineyard and cellar tour, Stone Cottage Cellars host an evening that continues with an in depth barrel tasting in their hand-built cellar, followed with a seated vineyard, food & wine pairing. This night will include five deliciously grown hand-selected local Stone Cottage wine pours with heavy pairings such as local cheeses, meats, breads, fresh fruits and vegetables prepared by Chef Ron. Brent & Karen Helleckson, owners and winemakers, provide an interesting dialogue through the pairings for a beautiful, scenic, culinary event. To reserve your spot and receive special discounts offered with purchased wines, visit the event page here.

Take a look at what is on the menu:

Stone Cottage Caesar Salad – fresh greens, roasted corn, roasted red peppers, and spicy, toasted pumpkin seeds.

Pinot Gris
Green curry roasted pumpkin wontons
Toasted sesame green onion ham pate on carrot chips
Asian smoked turkey salad on wonton crisps
Homemade toasted cumin sauerkraut and melted muenster cheese on rye crostini

Local organic lemon chevre on organic apple slices
Homemade shrimp and organic mint ceviche
Amish aged cheddar cheese

Baby artichokes wrapped in Italian prosciutto
Organic cherry tomatoes tossed in homemade organic basil pesto
Local organic roasted garlic marmalade on gluten free herbed melba toast

Syrah Wine
Homemade thick-cut apple smoked pecan bacon
Aged Gouda cheese
Red wine and balsamic caramelized sweet onions atop organic rice crackers

Alpine Dessert Wine
Homemade ginger-carrot cake with roasted butternut cream cheese frosting.

Sharing is Caring 💙

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin

Leave a Comment

Check us Out on Instagram

Check us Out on Facebook

21 hours ago

Aspen Real Life

The colors are changing early due to the drought but they sure are vibrantly popping out through the haze blowing in from the California fires. Nature keeps giving.

FROM CBS: Because the color change is driven primarily by daylight, the colors are guaranteed change regardless of other factors like drought. But according to Forest Entomologist Dr. Dan West at the Colorado State Forest Service, “the drought could cause colors to peak days earlier than usual and the intensity of the color may be diluted compared to years when precipitation is adequate”. “This is because dry conditions stress aspen stands”, says West.

As of August 27, more than 90% of Colorado is experiencing at least severe drought including the entire Denver metro area. And about 35% of the state is experiencing extreme drought including many mountain areas.


View on Facebook

2 days ago

Aspen Real Life

Lots o love on the streets of Aspen today. Man it’s good to be back.


View on Facebook

2 days ago

Aspen Real Life

Aspen Business Connect is a professional social referral network connecting business professionals to each other and to visitors of our Roaring Fork Valley.

Members receive market penetration with the sharing of their content to our blog and Aspen Real Life and Aspen Business Connect social media platforms. Aspen Business Connect is your social network to spread the word about your business and grow your sales.

Become an Aspen Business Connect Member and Join our Professional Network. Link in bio.


View on Facebook

3 days ago

Aspen Real Life

#Repost Aspen Business Connect
You can now get these hoodies on our Aspen Marketplace. Go to shop.aspenbusinessconnect.com

🎥 @coopercampisi


View on Facebook