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Guests are invited to enjoy a wide-ranging tasting tour of European wines at the Bavarian Inn Restaurant’s upcoming Spring Wine Dinner, scheduled for Friday, May 5 at 6:30 p.m.
The Restaurant is teaming up with Cana Distributors of Farmington Hills, Mich., which specializes in small- to medium-size wine producers, to present an exclusive collection of fine European vintages for guests to enjoy, with commentary from Tom Fischer, wine expert at Cana Distributors.
Bavarian Inn Executive Chef Phil Fahrenbruch, a 2012 Silver Plate Award winner, has planned a five-course feast featuring creative food and wine pairings.
The starter course is spring pea risotto with confit pork belly and a balsamic glaze, accompanied by Clos Palet Vouvray from France’s Loire Valley. A serving of Octopus Carpaccio follows, served with Ruby Red Rosé with Grapefruit. It’s a blend of 80% Cotes du Provence Rosé and ruby red grapefruit juice, popular across France for its refreshing flavor.
Next is a salad serving of arugula, Lolla Rossa and butter lettuces, roasted beets, candied pecans, Saint Andre brie, sundried cranberries with a cranberry vinaigrette dressing. The salad course will be paired with Bellavita Sweet Red from Italy’s Veneto region.
Following a refreshing sorbet du jour, the entrée is a beef fillet with Dijon wine sauce over creamy polenta. It will be served with Arcaia Cabernet Sauvignon from Veneto, Italy.
The dessert course is chocolate pretzel peanut butter cup pie, served with the Bavarian Inn’s exclusively imported light, semi-dry Liebfraumilch from Germany’s Rheingau region.
The price for this special food and wine event is $60 per person, with reservations and prepayment required. Reservations may be made by calling 1-800-BAVARIA or (989) 652-9941. For more information, go to www.bavarianinn.com and view the calendar of events.
About Bavarian Inn
Celebrating 125 years of service in 2013, the Bavarian Inn Restaurant has become a Michigan landmark. Generations of diners, lodgers and tourists from around the globe have discovered true Bavarian hospitality thanks to Dorothy and her late husband William “Tiny” Zehnder. Guests experience the old-world European charm of the Bavarian Inn – whether it’s the famous chicken dinners, fresh baked goods or Michigan’s greatest selection of German beer. Bavarian Inn also prides itself on being one of the top consumers of Pure Michigan agricultural products. Nestled within a backdrop of authentic German architecture, a variety of shops and other fun activities, a trip to Frankenmuth would not be complete without a visit to the Bavarian Inn. Learn more at www.bavarianinn.com.
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