RADIO-COTEAU WINE DINNER PRESENTED BY WINEGROWER & PROPRIETOR, ERIC SUSSMAN
Antrim 1844 invites you to join us for an exclusive intimate wine dinner featuring acclaimed Radio-Coteau Wines presented by Winegrower and Proprietor Eric Sussman. Taste the remarkable selections from Radio-Coteau wines, a purveyor that focuses on the north coast vineyards of western Sonoma County and Anderson Valley. With their benchland locations, well-drained soils, exposure to capricious marine air and fog, their vineyards host grapes naturally suited to their surrounding elements.
Led by Executive Chef Ilhan Erkek, Antrim 1844’s Smokehouse Restaurant will pair these wines with a six-course menu that will walk your palette through each of the unique flavors of these award-winning wines, at a price of $145 per person, inclusive.
SPECIAL ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS
We're thrilled to offer our wine dinner guests substantial savings on our luxurious accommodations. A limited number of rooms are available for guests attending this event from $150 to $200. As an overnight guest, you'll be treated to afternoon tea, a morning wake-up tray delivered outside your door and a full breakfast served at the Mansion.
RESERVE YOUR SPECIAL ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS BY CALLING OUR FRONT DESK AT (410) 756 - 6812
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RADIO-COTEAU WINE DINNER MENU
Braised Moroccan Lamb, Cucumber Raita
Sweet Pepper Cup, Crab Tian, Avocado Crème Fraîche
Oyster Shooter, Spiced Bloody Mary
Beet Bruschetta, Chévre, Focaccia
County Line North Coast Chardonnay 2016
Fresh Horseradish, Salmon Roe, Nori
Radio-Coteau "Savoy Vineyard" Chardonnay 2016
Pearl Onion & Shishito Pepper Escabeche, Watercress
County Line Anderson Valley Pinot Noir 2016 &
Radio-Coteau "La Neblina" Pinot Noir 2014
Duck Leg, Gremolata, Pink Champagne Sauce
Radio-Coteau "Las Colinas" Syrah 2015
Green Apple Sorbet, Apple Chips
Pomme de terre Vitelotte, Winter Root Vegetables, Fennel Mustard
Radio-Coteau "Lemorel Vineyard" Zinfandel 2013
Cocoa Soil, Wild Berries
Chateau Villefranche Sauternes 2015
Established in 2002 by Winegrower and Proprietor Eric Sussman, Radio-Coteau works closely with select cool-climate coastal vineyard sites in Western Sonoma County and Anderson Valley to produce wines with vibrant, balanced fruit and a distinct sense of place. We are dedicated to regenerative agricultural practices encompassing both Biodynamic and organic farming. In conjunction with a natural, non-interventionist approach in the cellar, our mission is to accurately reflect the unique character of each site and season. The winery is situated in Sebastopol, and the estate vineyard is located in the hills above Occidental, California.
Native fermentations and low sulfite regime
Winery Demeter certified Biodynamic
Biodynamic and organic farming
ESTATE VINEYARD & FARM
Located on a ridgetop above the town of Occidental
Sandy loam Goldridge soil
Estate vineyard & farm Demeter certified Biodynamic
Historic old vine dry-farmed Sonoma Coast vineyard
Old Vine Zinfandel
ABOUT ERIC SUSSMAN
Born and raised in New York State, Eric developed his passion for winegrowing while studying agriculture at Cornell University. After spending several years in Washington’s Yakima Valley, he immersed himself in the old-world culture and traditions of France over two exceptional vintages – 1995 in Bordeaux at Baron Philippe de Rothschild of Pauillac, and 1996 in Burgundy at Domaine Comte Armand of Pommard and Domaine Jacques Prieur of Meursault. Apprenticing alongside men and women who have tended the same vineyards and wines through countless seasons reinforced Eric’s respect for the intrinsic connection between land, people and the wine they produce. work-ing with New World grapes. For more than a decade, he and our winegrowing team have strived to balance nature’s expression with a delicate, but disciplined human touch in these handcrafted wines.
Upon returning to the United States, and after a year of collaborating on the wines at Bonny Doon in Santa Cruz, Eric settled in Western Sonoma County and spent four years as the associate winemaker for Dehlinger. Working with one of the area’s finest estate producers enhanced his appreciation for the world-class wine grown in this region.
In 2002, Eric established Radio-Coteau, focusing on the north coast vineyards of western Sonoma County and Anderson Valley. With their benchland locations, well-drained soils, exposure to capricious marine air and fog, these sites host grapes naturally suited to their surrounding elements. This natural selection afforded Eric an opportunity to refine his Old World experiences while