360 BISTRO HOSTING DUELING WINEMAKERS DINNER ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
West Nashville Favorite Welcomes Winemakers from Miura Vineyards and Arcadian Winery for this Unique Event
WHO: 360 Bistro
WHAT: West Nashville staple 360 Bistro will play host to two exclusive winemakers for an intimate evening of great food and wine during their Dueling Winemakers Dinner with Emmanuel Kemiji of Miura Vineyards and Joe Davis of Arcadian Winery on Tuesday, September 27, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Guests will enjoy a special five-course dinner prepared by 360 Bistro chefs Will Uhlhorn and Tom Sommer while learning the intricacies of wine pairing. Master Sommelier and winemaker Emmanuel Kemiji and winemaker Joe Davis will present their competing pairings throughout the meal and will be available to answer questions about their vineyards and differing winemaking processes.
Tickets are $150 per person plus tax and gratuity and include a five course dinner with two wine pairings per course. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at the restaurant, by calling 615.353.5604 or online at www.opentable.com/360-bistro.
The menu for the night is as follows:
Arcadian Chardonnay, Sleepy Hollow Vineyard 2008
Arcadian Chardonnay, Clos Pepe Vineyard 2010
rabbit roulade, carrots, peas, pickled mustard, apple, rabbit veloute
Miura Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley 2012
Arcadian Pinot Noir, Clos Pepe Vineyard 2011
foie gras stuffed quail, bigarade sauce, smoked orange
Miura Pinot Noir, Silacci Vineyard 2009
Arcadian Pinot Noir, Sierra Madre Vineyard 2009
roasted duck, duck confit arancini, duck liver mousse, lingonberry jus
Miura Pinot Noir, Pisoni Vineyard 2009
Arcadian Pinot Noir, Pisoni Vineyard 2008
lamb loin, roasted garlic-delicata squash tart, golden raisin compote
Miura Syrah, Gary’s Vineyard 2009
Arcadian Syrah, “Hommage a Max” 2007
oxtail crepinette, rosemary, matsutake mushrooms
WHERE: 6000 Highway 100
Nashville, TN 37205
WHEN: Tuesday, September 27, 6:30 p.m.
ABOUT: A West Nashville staple since 2005, 360 Bistro is a modern dining experience grounded in seasonal ingredients and a continually evolving wine list. The innovative, chef-driven menu changes daily to reflect available product largely provided by local and regional farmers and the restaurant’s two onsite gardens. The notable wine list, one of the most extensive in Tennessee, boasts a collection of up to 1,100 bottles curated over more than a decade. The bar program also impresses with creative interpretations on classic cocktails and a rotating list of local beers on draft. Visit the website for additional information or follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.