in conjunction with Romano Wines,
we are pleased to present a wine dinner featuring the wines of Lodi’s
End of Summer Wine Dinner
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, September 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2020.
7:00 pm (reception at 6:30)
The Panella family, which had been in the area since 1936, farming walnuts and cherries and operating an agricultural trucking company, bought the 70-acre estate Oak Farms property in 2004 and began to transform it into a destination evocative of a clubhouse at a swanky golf course appointed with towering century-old oak trees and vines. Oak Farm’s wines, made by Dan Panella under the mentorship of consulting winemaker Chad Joseph and assistant winemaker Sierra Zeiter, are sweeping in variety and steady in execution. The lineup includes such staples of Lodi as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Zinfandel alongside relative newcomers like Albarino and Fiano.
This is our last wine dinner of the 2020 summer season, and like our July dinner we will try and acommodate as many diners as possible outdoors. But if the weather turns inclement our guests must be willing to move indoors. At Cellars we strive to keep our diner’s experience safe, sanitary and socially distant. W hope you can join us for this special event.
Seared Scallop and Grilled Peach Salsa
Oak Farm Albarino
Serano Ham, Pear and Goat Cheese Cristini with California olive oil dressed greens
Oak Farm Sauignon Blanc
Chorizo and Rice stuffed Calamari, Romesco sauce
Oak Farm Tievole Blend
charred skirt steak, salsa verde, butternut squash and achiote purée
Oak Farm Cabernet Sauvignon
Brie Fondue with Spiced Apple Compote, pastry crisps
Oak Farm Gewurtztraminer
Cost is $65 per person, tax and gratuity are additional. Seating is limited to 25 people per night, so reservations will be mandatory for this special event.