After a sold-out dinner in February, Mille Fleurs has announced the next date and theme in its new travel-inspired wine dinner series, Taste of Terroirs. Next up, the series will explore the flavors of Mendoza, world renowned as the center of the Argentinian wine industry and the largest wine producing area in Latin America.
Mille Fleurs’ Mendozian Taste of Terroirs wine dinner will take place Tuesday, March 25, at 6:30 p.m. and will feature six tastings of the region’s wines paired with three courses of Argentinean-inspired cuisine created by Chef de Cuisine Martin Woesle. Throughout the evening, Bertrand and Maitre d’ Marco Dedic will guide guests through hand-selected Argentinian varietals. The March Taste of Terroirs dinner is priced at $100 per guest (inclusive) and seating is limited. Reserve seats by calling Mille Fleurs directly at (858) 756-3085.
Mille Fleurs’ monthly Taste of Terroirs wine dinner series launched in February 2014. Taste of Terroirs dinners are held at the restaurant the last Tuesday of every month, with each dinner highlighting a region of the world known for its wines through five wine tastings and three courses of culturally inspired cuisine.