ʻAipono Wine Dinner
Wines of Dashe Cellars
Wednesday, December 6
Reception 5:30 p.m. | Dinner 6 p.m.
The Leis Family Class Act Restaurant
Paʻina Building, UH-Maui College
310 Kaʻahumanu Ave., Kahului
Call to be placed on wait list: 984-3280
$140 per person
This is a fundraiser for UH-Maui College’s Culinary Arts Program
Assorted Hors D’oeuvres — Skills Kitchen
Bele Casel, Prosecco, Extra Dry, Asolo Superiore, DOCG, Italy, Non-Vintage
Kona Kampachi Two Ways
Smoked Collar Rillette, Radish, Caviar, Parsley Powder
Crudo, Meyer Lemon, Sweet Pepper Confit, EVO, Micro Basil, Sea Salt
Dashe, Dry Riesling, Potter Valley, Mendocino, 2016
Seared Diver Scallop, Kula Corn Risotto, Oven Dried Tomato, Candied Bacon
Dashe, LET Grenache Blanc, Sierra Foothills, 2016
Herb and Mustard Crusted Rack of Lamb, Red Wine Demi-Glace
Dashe, Zinfandel, Dry Creek, Dry Creek Valley, 2014
International Cheeses, Compressed Persimmon, Walnut Ficelle, Assorted Nuts and Honey Caviar
Dashe, LET Zinfandel, “Heart Arrow,” Mendocino, 2016
Vanilla Crème Brulee
Assorted Chocolate, Mignardises, and Bon Bons
Dashe, Zinfandel, Dessert Wine, Dry Creek Valley, 2016
Wines of Dashe Cellars
Advanced Sommelier Charles Fredy will guide us through the wines of Dashe Cellars, a family-owned artisan winery in the heart of Oakland, California’s Urban Wine Country. Founded by the husband-and-wife winemaking team of Michael and Anne Dashe, Dashe
Cellars crafted its first vintage of Dry Creek Zinfandel in 1996. Since that time, the Dashes have focused on producing exceptional, single-vineyard wines from Sonoma County and surrounding regions, using a traditional approach to winemaking.
For this dinner, we’ll celebrate culinary education on Maui and acknowledge the success of the fall semesters’ students. Chef instructor Tom Lelli and the students are creating a feast in five courses, beginning with light hors d’oeuvres passed and presented in the exhibition kitchen. Then relax in the Leis Class Act dining room, where you will enjoy an elegant dinner paired with exceptional wines.
Throughout the year, the ʻAipono Winemaker’s Dinner Series brings the industry’s top winemakers to ʻAipono award-winning restaurants. Dinners are intimate and educational, with the direction of Advanced Sommelier Charles Fredy of Chambers & Chambers Wine Merchants and personal appearances by winery owners and/or representatives.