Just a short distance away from America’s most beautiful beach, Siesta Key, is Mattison’s Forty-One. Here, we’re carrying on the celebratory spirit of the beach with our all-day happy hour, our extensive wine list, and our private dining room, where up to 100 guests can enjoy our amazing food and impeccable service. True to the Mattison’s way, our food is hormone and antibiotic free, and sourced from small farms who only produce the best. Though our atmosphere is upscale and classy, we always have a good time -- just ask our talented performers in the Piano Bar.
Join Mattison's on Friday, January 24 for a special Forks & Corks wine dinner
in partnership with Tres Sabores Winery benefitting WUSF Public Media.
$175 per person
(price includes tax & gratuity, tax deductible contribution to WUSF Public Media)
Tres Sabores, Ingrid & Julia, Rosé
Branzino balsamic butter, sorrel, Worden Farms arugula, lentil salad, roasted beets
Tres Sabores, Sauvignon Blanc
Sea Scallop white nectarines, Meyer lemon risotto, brown buttered apples
Tres Sabores, Rutherford Perspective, Cabernet Sauvignon
Braised Venison Brussels sprouts medley, fennel pollen au gratin potato, dark fruit demi-glace
Tres Sabores, Rutherford Perspective, Zinfandel
Duck Gumbo Aleppo peppers, duck sausage
Tres Sabores, Merlot
Assorted Cheese Course
Tres Sabores, Petite Sirah, Guarino Vineyard
Marion berry Gateau
Julie Johnson is the Winemaker and Owner of Tres Sabores, a winery nestled into the western Rutherford bench land of the Napa Valley. Passionate about food, wine, and the land, for the last 33 years Julie has lived on Napa’s first certified organic farm, growing wine grapes (Cabernet, Zinfandel, Petite Sirah) pomegranates, lemons and olives while raising her children (not to mention Golden Retrievers, Guinea Hens, and sheep.) A native of California, Julie graduated from Columbia as a P.H.N. after receiving a B.A. from Bowdoin College. Relocating to the Napa Valley in 1980, she practiced nursing even as she founded Frog’s Leap Winery (with her first husband, John Williams and partner, Larry Turley) in 1981. In 1990 she joined with Michaela Rodeno, past CEO at St. Supery Winery, and founded “Women for Wine Sense, a vital national organization whose “vision is to support the appreciation for and responsible consumption of wine.” Julie started Tres Sabores in 1999 as a single vineyard estate and soon began making her own wine.