Thursday, Sep 27, 6:30-9:30 PM

Andrew Browne Wine Dinner R26

4500 Tchoupitoulas St
Getting there
4500 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, LA

Inspired by the greatness of one man, William Bitner Browne, late grandfather of proprietor Andrew Browne, Browne Family Vineyards is a dream that has been many years in the making. Every decision made – from the vineyard to the bottle– reflects a commitment to premium Washington state wine of uncompromising quality, assuring cellar worthy vintages that stand the test of time. We're excited to offer our customers an opportunity for an exclusive evening with owner/founder Andrew Browne and his exquisite wines paired with the culinary creations of our chefs Sally & Christy.
Reception Wine:Gruet Brut Sparkling Wine
Our Brut NV offers a bright, crisp acidity on the delightfully long finish. A classic house style
! First Course: Papillote de fruits de merAssorted seasonal seafood with vegetables baked in a parchment paper pouchPaired with: Browne Family Vineyards Chardonnay - Columbia ValleyButtery aromas with expressions of green apple and vanilla. Second Course: Cheese & Charcuterie BoardAn array of cured meats, tangy pickles, sweet jams and artisanal cheesePaired with: Browne Family Vineyards Tribute Red Blend – Columbia Valley,
Full Bodied wine silky and vicious with lingering flavors of Crème Brule and toasted oak. Third Course: Parisian Gnocchi with ragout of mushroom, herbs, brown butter and pumpkin seeds Paired with: Browne Family Vineyards The Visionary – Blended exclusively for Rouses Forth Course: Roasted Veal ProvencalVeal Roast with a puree of tomato, fennel, leeks and garlic seasoned with herbs de ProvencePaired with: Browne Family Vineyards Cabernet – Columbia ValleyAromas of dark berry and cigar box lead into a full bodied, textured wine with flavors of black cherry, cassis and cedar. Fifth Course: Crepe Peche MelbaA classic dessert of crepes, peach ice cream and raspberry sauce
Paired with: Browne Family Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc – Columbia ValleyAromatics of honey and white rose lead to flavors of stone fruit, especially white nectarine. * Must be 21 or older For group seating email: