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Woodberry Kitchen hosts 5 course dinner featuring wines from Burgundy on May 6th

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On Thursday, May 6, starting a 7 PM, Woodberry Kitchen will welcome Burgundian winemaker Thierry Matrot to a five course dinner featuring his wines.
 

Thierry Matrot is a third-generation winemaker hailing from Meursault, in the region of Burgundy in France.  His family's vineyard holdings are among the most extensive and oldest in the region. Thierry and his wife Pascale employ traditional wine making techniques to produce benchmark Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in an environmentally sensitive manner.

Chef Spike and his team have composed a menu of seasonal, local flavors intended to complement this extraordinary collection of wines.
 
Reception: Meursault Villages 2008 - Gougeres, organic pecans
 
First Course: Meursault Chevaliere 2008 ,Meursault Charmes 2008 - West Va. rainbow trout, brown butter, radish
 
Second Course: Puligny Montrachet Chalumeaux 2008 - Chesapeake soft crab, brioche, vanilla, peas
 
Third Course:  Volnay Santenots 2007 - Frederick Co. rabbit ballotine, rhubarb, nettles
 
Fourth Course: Blagny Rouge 2007 ,Blagny Rouge 1999 - St. Brigid's veal loin & leg, foraged mushrooms, burdock
 
Fifth Course: Strawberry gallette
 

Reservations are required as seating is limited. Tickets are $120 a person, which includes tax and gratuity. To make your reservations you can call 410-464-8000.

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