Wine Dinner Series for 2014 at the Manor On Golden Pond

Once again The Manor on Golden Pond is teaming up with the Boston Wine School for our wine dinner series for 2014 to expand guests’ wine knowledge and please their palates.

The Wine Dinner will feature a wine class, led by Jonathon Alsop, founder of the Boston Wine School and accomplished teacher, author and wine writer. Following the class will be a delectable three-course wine pairing dinner, prepared by Manor Executive Chef Peter Sheedy.

The event  is from 6:30 to 9:30.  The evening will begin with an hour long wine tasting class where Alsop will share his wine knowledge while guests sample 4 different wines.  The evening will finish with a 3-course dinner prepared by our Executive Chef Sheedy accompanied by 3 different wines.  Each class will focus on wines from various regions of the world.  Below is our 2014 class schedule

Each course will be paired with a complementing wine. Vegetarian options will be available but should be requested in advance. All wines will be selected from the award winning wine cellar at the Manor On Golden Pond.

The cost is $115 per person, which includes the wine class, dinner, gratuity and taxes. Advanced reservations are required as seating is limited.

Any guests wishing to stay at the Manor will receive a 30% discount off of the inn’s regular  best available rates, but rooms need to be booked in advance.

 Reservations for the Wine Dinner and accommodations can be made by calling (603) 968-3348 or (800) 545-2141.


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