2010 Wine Dinners to Benefit Open Hand

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Angove Family Winemakers, one of Australia’s oldest family-owned wine producers, is continuing its monthly San Francisco-based dinner series in the new year. Co-host Vivien Gay, a prominent leader within the Bay Area’s gay and lesbian community, has partnered with some San Francisco chefs to create diverse menus highlighting the Angove Nine Vines wines.

The four-course dinners will be paired with Nine Vines wines from South Australia: 2008 Grenache-Shiraz Rosé, 2008 Viognier, and 2008 Shiraz-Viognier. Each of these wines are sourced from Angove’s own Nanya vineyard and premium growers in the Murray Valley of South Australia, 150 miles northeast of Adelaide.

A limited number of tickets are available for $75 per person. Tickets are now on sale for the first three dinners in 2010.

Tuesday January 26th
Orson Restaurant Bar & Lounge
508 4th St., San Francisco
Featuring chef Elizabeth Falkner

Wednesday February 24th
Betelnut
2030 Union St., San Francisco
Featuring chef Alexander Ong

Wednesday March 24th
Scala’s Bistro
450 Powell St., San Francisco
Featuring chef Jennifer Biesty

Angove is a continuing sponsor of Project Open Hand, and a minimum of 30% of ticket sales for the 2010 dinner series will benefit the local San Francisco charity. Project Open Hand aims to meet community nutrition needs through programs for people living with HIV/AIDS, the homebound/critically ill, and seniors.

Event Info

Tuesday Jan 26, 2010 – Wednesday Mar 24, 2010
$75
Tickets