315 Restaurant and Wine Bar's Blog
August 9th, 2012 • Posted by Cindy Mills • Permalink
Just what is a champagne dinner? It is a work of art by Chef Louis Moskow. Louis develops relationships with not only the customers he serves, but also the food and drink that are placed in front of them. During the upcoming champagne dinner, he will pass along the very best of this relationship.
In traditional Louis style he has chosen Ruinart to share so that this Santa Fe evening will be with the best. Top rated by "Wine Spectator," Ruinart is known not only for its distinct aromas and flavors but also its rich history. Ruinart comes from the world's first established champagne house in 1729 which houses original chalk cellars known as a national historic landmark in France. Ruinart uses original bottle shapes from long ago to contain its time perfected champagne.
There is no better way to enjoy this aged pleasure than on the historical old Santa Fe Trail at 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar. Just as Chef Louis has picked out the finest champagne, he has created a menu unique to the evening that will complement the experience. Each course is paired with a specific glass to form a perfect marriage of taste and aroma. There are 4 courses in all featuring sturgeon caviar, lobster tail "eclairs", white sea bass, and grilled wild salmon. All are served with elegant accompaniments. The evening will come to a close with a specialty dessert.
This tasteful journey will be an interactive, sensory exploration of all things Ruinart. Each specific aroma will be separated out into its own vial for enjoyment. As the scents are smelled and the flavors are tasted, a description of this experience will be heard and felt. One can dine while they learn and explore.
Come and be a part of the culture that we call 315. The best service, the best location, the best cuisine, the best drinks, and the best company are found within our historic walls. We would like to welcome you to the family and share this unique and fun dining event with you.