Join us on a Wines of the World Tour without leaving Southern New Hampshire….until maybe we do plan a trip.

Each Thursday dinner party (held on the 3rd Thursday of the month) will focus on one wine region of the world. Top-picked wines will be paired with five regional-influenced tasting courses prepared by Chef Barnes. As always, the menu will also be local farm-to-table driven. From 6:15-6:45 p.m. there is a Welcome Hour aperitif or sparkling wine and then we sit for dinner.  This will be a 6-course meal with the courses presented in tasting sizes.

Including alcohol, the cost of dinner is $75 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Rooms will be discounted by 15% for Tour guests on the night of each tour. You’ll receive another 5% room discount on your second stay-over/Wine Dinner, on your third another 5% and so forth!

Each month, we hope to include a wine and/or food expert in addition to Chef Barnes


Reservations Required


******* Our Chef tries to accommodate your needs. Some menu modifications for dietary restrictions may be made upon confirmation of your reservation**** 


NEXT EVENT – Thursday, August 24

Pacific Northwest U.S. Wine Dinner


Washington State Oysters – 3 ways

Wine Pairing: Cuvée (2015),  A. Amrita, Anne Amie, Oregon


Wild Mushroom Cawanmushi  (locally foraged mushrooms in a dashi egg custard)

Wine Pairing: Pinot Gris, Mile Post 71, Oregon 


Cedar Plank King Salmon – juniper glaze, fennel, garden tomato, zucchini

Wine Pairing: Cabernet Sauvignon, Ryan Patrick, Columbia Valley, Washington


Bourbon-Cured Tenderloin – Rainer cherry and rosemary reduction, fingerling, kale

Wine Pairing: Wine Maker’s Selection Pinot Noir, Anne Amie, Oregon


Dessert Trio

Mini Cider Doughnut holes, blue berry crunch gelato, sea salt chocolate ganache cake

Wine Pairing: Riesling, Ryan Patrick, Columbia Valley, Washington


September 21, 2017 – California

October 19, 2017 – Virginia & Maryland

November 16, 2017 – New England

December 14, 2017 and December 23 – Eve of Xmas Eve Dinner  – Eastern Europe