Carmel Road Winery Hosted by JPAN Restaurant

Starting on January 24, 6:30 pm
Posted by The Originals
Hits: 431

JPAN  at University Town Center is thrilled to annouce they will be hosting Carmel Road Winery for a one of a kind Forks & Corks Winemaker event! Savor each course as it is perfectly paired with the fine  wines of Carmel Road. 

Call for Reservations call Daniel at: (407) 687-3522

$95.00 (plus tax and gratuity)

First Course:

NEGITORO

Combination of texture, crispy wonton skin, tenderized fatty tuna, black tobiko roe and scallion.

PAIRING - Carmel Road Riesling

 

 Second Course:

GINGER SCALLION SEABASS

Sous vide seabass, crispy ginger, scallion and dry miso powder.

PAIRING - CHARDONNAY

 

Third Course:

CRISPY DUCK BREAST

Tender duck breast with crispy skin, plum sauce and marinated japanese basil leaves

PAIRING - PINOT NOIR

 

Fourth Course:

KOREAN GALBI JJIM

Braised short ribs with Korean pears, shitake mushroom and purple sweet potato.

PAIRING - PANORAMA PINOT NOIR, SINGLE VINEYARD

 

Final Course

WASABI GELATO

GREEN TEA SHOTTER

Where vines meet ocean winds. Where the foothills meet the valley.
Where a tranquil state of mind meets artisan style. This is Carmel Road Winery.

carmel road 2

Inland from Monterey’s rugged coastline, yet still directly in the path of the ocean’s relentless influence, Carmel Road Winery creates vibrant Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Riesling that captures the essence of this remarkable region.

We were drawn to the area two decades ago, attracted by the combination of cool, foggy nights and warm, sunny, days that ripen fruit to perfection. Once thought too cool for vineyards, Monterey is now considered one of the premiere growing regions in California. Our sustainably farmed vineyards stretch across windswept benchlands, where the maritime climate and well-drained, alluvial gravel soils produce highly expressive wines. The first vintage of Carmel Road wines was released in 1999.

There’s a back road that stretches from the town of Carmel by the Sea, traversing the Arroyo Seco and through scenic gaps in the Santa Lucia hills, connecting the inland growing region with to the ocean. This winding trail was the inspiration for our name, our own Carmel Road.

Newsletter Signup
Invalid Input