Wine Pairing Menu -- Chile

  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone
  • Maude - A Restaurant by Curtis Stone

TThe framework of our wine program is to define our chosen region by showcasing beloved, traditional producers punctuated with newer, obscure, off-the-beaten-path winemakers. Wine director Andrey Tolmachyov makes a point to steadily shape the three wine pairings to highlight trip standouts, introducing guests to new houses alongside old favorites. As is customary, guests bringing in their own wine from the region will be waived a corkage fee.


Classic

Maude Chile Pairing

Deep, inky reds may have put Chilean wines on the map but many of its territories produce beautiful,lighter reds and crisp whites. Vines plated back in the 1800s provide an exciting adventure back through time. Be prepared to enjoy wines from establishments such as Errazuriz, Cousino Macul, and Aquitania.

Reservations

Reserve

Maude Chile Pairing

Dive deeper into Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay, as well as wines traditionally produced in this region, from special vineyards including Lapostolle Clos Apalta, Viña Vik, and Viña J Bouchon.

Reservations

Grand Pairing

The wines presented in the grand pairing are rare vintages that will be exclusively brought over from Chile for this tasting experience and will include wine from other regions within the country including the Aconcagua Valley, Apalata Valley, and Maule Valley.

Reservations
Maude Chile Pairing
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