Slowly but surely natural wines are making their way into the Pennsylvania market and honestly, we couldn't be happier. On Tuesday, January 21st Lemon Hill (747 N. 25th St.) is hosting a natural wine dinner with West Chester's Artisan Cellar and chef Adam Zensinger for an evening of family style dining inspired by holiday leftovers. The six-courser is going to be paired with a good lookin' selection of Artisan Cellar's wines. Seats at the table are going for $65 a head and the dinner starts at 7 p.m. Reserve your spot right here.
Pickled Persimmon Salad
La Collina Lunaris Secco Malvasia dell Emilia IGT, 2011
Chilled Vegetables, Pekeytoe Crab
Domaine Philippe Tessier Cheverny Blanc 2012
Smoked Ham Ravioli
Domaine Didier Montchovet Bourgogne Pinot Noir, 2010
Duck Breast, Sweet Potato, Spiced Cabbage
Frank Cornelissen, Rosso del Contadino No. 10, NV
Lamb Shank, Spiced Tomato, Sheep Cheese
Domaine Cousin-Leduc Anjou Pur Breton, 2012
Queso Torta, Kumquat Preserves
V. Savese Pichierri Il Sava Dolce Primitivo di Manduria DOC, 2004
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