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Boz Scaggs Dinner 2010

Boz and Dominique Scaggs dinner: July 15th, Bardessono, Yountville

by TrevR on July 6, 2010

If you happen to be looking for a taste bud tickling night out on July 15th, you’re in luck.

 Bardessono Restaurant will welcome musician and vineyard owner  Boz Scaggs to the property and will honor him with a summer menu designed around the wines of Scaggs Vineyard.

The vineyard, which is owned by Boz and Dominique Scaggs, is located in the hills of the  Mount Veeder appellation and is planted in traditional Rhone varietals such as grenache, mourvedre, syrah and counoise.
For $135 per person (not including tax and gratuity), you’ll be able to feast on executive chef Sean O’Toole’s special four-course “garden influenced” dinner that will be paired with Scaggs’ wines, a 100% grenache rosé and montage, a Rhone-style red blend, as well as French wines.


The event will start at 6:30pm at the restaurant in Yountville.

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Dinner with Boz Scaggs July 6, 2010

Bardessono teams with Boz Scaggs

By Register Staff | Posted: Tuesday, July 6, 2010 12:00 am

Sean O’Toole, executive chef at Bardessono Restaurant in Yountville, will team up with musician and vintner Boz Scaggs for a winemaker dinner July 15.


O’Toole’s fresh-from-the-garden menu will be paired with Scaggs Vineyard wines, a grenache rosé and a Rhone-style red blend that will be poured along with a Provençal rosé and a Chateauneuf de Pape, which provided Scagg’s inspiration for winemaking.

Boz and Dominique Scaggs' organic Mt. Veeder vineyard is planted to traditional Rhone varietals: grenache, morvedre, syrah and counoise.

 

Dinner with Boz Scaggs: Yes, you can dine with the famous singer, songwriter and — yes — Napa vineyard owner, Boz Scaggs, at a special dinner July 15 at Bardessono in Yountville. Executive Chef Sean O’Toole has designed a menu to compliment Scaggs Vineyard wines, a grenache rosé and a Rhone-style blend, as well as selected French wines.Dishes include tomato salad with heirloom melon and jamón ibérico de bellota; and Pacific “Bourride” (sable fish, monterey squid, mendocino uni, saffron, bouillabaisse).

The cost of the dinner is $135 per person.

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