‘Generations Wine Dinner’ Set For Boulevard With Blue Mountain Vineyards and Cellars

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Vancouver, BC | Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar Wine Director JP Potters will welcome a flagship family winery from the South Okanagan region when the restaurant co-hosts a ‘Generations Wine Dinner’ with Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars on Friday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m.

The one-night-only event — which is limited to 30 guests — will feature a reception and a four-course menu of Boulevard’s signature, West Coast-inspired fare prepared by Executive Chef Roger Ma paired with the unique insights and expertise of Blue Mountain father-daughter ownership duo Ian and Christie Mavety. During each course, Ian will present and provide tasting notes for a rare library wine from the Blue Mountain cellars, while Christie will detail a corresponding current vintage.

– $125 per person plus tax and gratuity –

asparagus tartelette, wild mushroom, sherry vinegar
smoked salmon mille-feuille
parmesan basket, truffle crème fraîche
Blue Mountain 2009 Blanc de Blancs Sparkling Wine

Sidestripe Shrimp
chilled melon + fennel gazpacho, ibérico cabecero, puffed quinoa with lemon balm,
shellfish mayonnaise
Blue Mountain 2017 Pinot Blanc
Blue Mountain Reserve 2000 Pinot Blanc

bone marrow crust, savoury fava bean, morels à la crème, pommes dauphine, asparagus
Blue Mountain 2014 Chardonnay
Blue Mountain Reserve 2005 Chardonnay

Aged Giesbrecht Farms Heritage Pork Rack
hay smoked, porcini onion purée, mustard spätzle, grilled ramp relish
Blue Mountain 2013 Pinot Noir
Blue Mountain Reserve 1999 Pinot Noir

Le Maréchel
preserved cherry, almond lavash
Blue Mountain Reserve 2013 Pinot Gris

The seeds of what would become the Blue Mountain vineyard were first planted when Ian Mavety and his wife Jane acquired a picturesque parcel of land situated on a bench overlooking Vaseux Lake in the South Okanagan in 1971. More than four decades of family ownership later, the label is hailed for its complex, age-worthy and terroir-driven wines produced from 100-per-cent estate-grown grapes.

“This is a unique opportunity for our guests to enjoy a meticulously planned menu, paired with some standout wines produced by a family that can be considered a true pioneer of the inception and continued growth of BC’s burgeoning wine industry,” says Potters.

TICKETS | Tickets to Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar’s ‘Generations Wine Dinner’ on Friday, June 8 are available for $125 per person plus tax and gratuity and may be purchased by calling the restaurant at 604-642-2900. A credit card is required to secure all reservations.

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