Wine Pairing Menu -- South Australia

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  • 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

The 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 South Australia Pairing

Penfolds Grange may have put Australian wine on the map but the Barossa Valley and its reds, particularly Shiraz, with vines planted as early as 1847, gives wine enthusiasts a reason to sip other varietals. Be prepared to sip from benchmark houses such as Torbeck, Henschkel, Yalumba, and D’Arenberg.

Reservations

Reserve

Maude South Australia Pairing

Take a further exploration of the Riesling, Semillon, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as the fortified wines traditionally produced in the region, from newer, lesser known vineyards including Grosset, Kalleske, Ochota Barrels, and Yangarra.

Reservations

Grand Pairing

The wine in the grand pairing are rare vintages that will be exclusively brought over from South Australia for this tasting experience and will include wine from other regions within the state including McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, and Adelaide Hills.

Reservations
Maude South Australia Pairing
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