Grilled Cheese Wine Pairing Dinner

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Here’s something different… Echo & Rig at Tivoli Village is hosting an evening of Grilled Cheese sandwiches with pairings of Pinot Noir. It takes place Thursday March 26 beginning at 7 p.m. and will be hosted by Chef Sam Marvin.

For reservations and more information, contact Echo & Rig at (702) 489-3525 or www.echoandrig.com

Grilled Cheese & Pinot Noir

Echo & Rig Reuben    $14

House-made pastrami, jarlsberg, stout mustard, brussels sprouts “kraut,” bread ‘n butter pickles, garlic butter & house-made Russian dressing  on artisan rye bread

 

Farmer’s Melt    $13

Fontina & gruyere cheese, roasted wild mushrooms, roasted potatoes, melted leeks, caramelized onions & thyme butter on house-made ciabatta

 

Cheese & Swine    $15

Wisconsin ultra-sharp cheddar, blue ox blue, house-made grilled bacon, tomato marmalade & cheese curds on Pullman bread

 

Seaglass Pinot Noir    $8

Santa Barbara County, California, 2013

Ripe cherry, strawberry & raspberry flavors, complemented by earthy richness. Bright acidity & wonderful fruit expression makes this a perfect food wine.

 

Pali Riviera    $12

Sonoma Coast, California, 2011

Complex nose, dominated by black fruit, earthiness & a hint of mushroom.  Palate is driven by blackberries moving into nuances of fresh raspberries, boysenberry & a touch of lavender & rose petal.

 

Adelsheim     $16

Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2012

Aromas of candied cherries, pomegranate & raspberry with touches of brown sugar, nutmeg & all-spice. Complex, silky tannins are perfectly integrated with acidity. A perfect expression of Willamette Valley. 

 

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