Please join us Thursday, April 19th for our Paul Hobbs Wine Dinner. Chef Michael is doing something a little different this time. While he always puts his all into creating new and exciting menus, this time we're revisiting some of your favorite dishes! Each course has been chosen by our own guests on our Facebook page as some of their favorite Tartine classics that they would like to see revisited with new twists! Matt Hobbs will be joining us to talk about the wines in what will be one of his last appearances in the Midwest. This is an event you won't want to miss!
Duck à L'orange
duck prosciutto, candied orange, basil
Mussels (the old way)
white bean, red onion, dijon, pesto
Poutine a la Tartine
frites, cheese curd, demi glace, fleur de sel
citrus, chive, caper, garlic aioli
pommes purèe, braised beef, root vegetable, bouillon
chicken confit, tomato, onion, homemade dumpling
Cucumber & Mint "Lollipop"
duck confit, andouille sausage, white bean, tomato
foie gras, truffle, heirloom carrot, madeira
strawberry basil, mint chocolate, vanilla foie gras
Price is $125* per person. Seats are limited, so call and make your reservations today!
Dinner served promptly at 7:00
Please feel free to join us earlier for cocktails
*tax and gratuity are not included
Paul Hobbs fell in love with Argentina on his first visit in 1988. The potential he saw in the terroir and especially in the human element, spurred his consulting career.
aul Hobbs Selections was founded in 1994 to bring to the US some of the wines he had a hand in creating. In 1998, Paul founded Viña Cobos to explore the true character of malbec and the expressions of different Mendoza growing areas through Cobos, Bramare and Felino.
In 2009, the portfolio expanded to include like-minded producers. Our search for quality-obsessed, estate-driven and family-owned wineries that would complement Viña Cobos has led us to work with a select group of wineries from Argentina, Uruguay, and France who work closely with Paul to represent a diverse selection of high-quality, terroir-representative wines in the US market.