WINE DINNER

   benefiting

Date   Sunday, January 27, 2019

 

Time   5:00 PM to 9:00 PM


Location  Bellatrix at the Classic Club

 

Address  75200 Classic Club Blvd.,  Palm Desert, CA


Price   $95.00 for Winewomen PSP Members & $105.00 for Non-Members

            Bring your friends or your favorite date!

Attire  Desert Evening

 

RSVP  By Calling Kathleen at 760.880.5010

           or inquire at kathleen@winewomenpsp.com

PREPAID RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Please Reserve and Pre-Pay by Wednesday January 23rd

   
Wine Dinner

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Chef Gerard’s Tray Passed Hors d’ oeuvres
Seared Blue Prawn Cakes 
blood orange aioli

Minted Lamb Stuffed Mushrooms 
tzatziki sauce

Stuffed Dates 
ricotta cheese |  walnuts |  mint

Paired with
Kennedy Shah Viognier
by The Woodhouse Wine Estates
Red Mountain WA 

 

FIRST COURSE

Arugula with Duck Prosciutto

raspberries | roasted walnuts | honey marscarpone dressing

Paired with
Kennedy Shah La Vie En Rouge
by The Woodhouse Wine Estates
Columbia Valley WA

SECOND COURSE 

Seared Sea Bass
cauliflower puree | pomegranite drizzle | cilantro micro greens

Paired with

Dussek Syrah 2016
by The Woodhouse Wine Estates

Columbia Valley WA


ENTREE COURSE
Herb Rubbed New York Strip
butternut squash mashed potatoes | petite vegetables
morel mushroom sauce

Paired with

Dussek Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
by The Woodhouse Wine Estates
Wahluke Slope WA

DESSERT COURSE

Dark Chocolate Decadence
ganache | vanilla ice cream | raspberry sauce
paired with
Darighe Red Blend 2015
by The Woodhouse Wine Estates
Columbia Valley WA


Evening’s Wines Courtesy of
 

The Woodhouse Wine Estates is proud to be a family-run winery that blends character, balance, and warmth into passionately producing extraordinary wines in the heart of Woodinville, Washington.
Since opening their doors in 2004, they have been at the heart of a groundbreaking group of winery greats in Woodinville. Over the past decade, they have striven to build their legacy on the foundation of consistency, quality, and integrity in all aspects of their operations, and have established themselves as a premier producer of passionately crafted terroir-driven wines with luscious warmth, complex character, and extraordinary balance.
Today, they continue to expand their footprint in the Washington wine industry. They remain passionate about producing high quality, complex, and age-worthy wines. They strive to creatively contribute to the culture and atmosphere in Woodinville by creating lasting experiences and elevated events, by developing relevant partnerships within their community, and by actively championing local causes – all in the name of wine.
They invite you to personally experience the character, balance, and warmth that are a part of everything they do at The Woodhouse Wine Estates.
 

Evening’s Wine Guide

Antonia Quast 
WSET, CWE

Regional Manager
 

Antonia Quast, known in the wine industry as Princess Grape, is passionate about wine and the business of wine.  With over 20 year experience in the  wine industry, Antonia has effectively fulfilled roles as: wine educator,  sales and marketing director, winery manager, brand manager, restaurateur, sommelier and wine judge. She has even tried her hand at wine making. Princess Grape also holds Level III certification with The Wine and Spirit Trust (London, UK). WSET is the largest credentialing body in the world today. Upon completion this will ultimately lead her to the revered Master of Wine degree.  Antonia brings enthusiasm, experience and integrity to her leadership in the wine industry.

 

Evening’s Menu Created By

Gerard Brunett
Executive Chef
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Our January 2019
Winewomen PSP Dinner 
Celebrates and Benefits
Helping Teens In Crisis In The Coachella Valley

SafeHouse of the Desert provides immediate help to youth and families experiencing crisis situations. When families come to SafeHouse of the Desert, they’re usually at their wit’s end-parents are frustrated and children don’t know where to turn. Their staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for teens and their families who need help negotiating the often challenging road from childhood to independent adult life.
Their 20-bed shelter is well equipped to handle runaway, homeless, and other youth in crisis ages 11-17. Shelter services include; 21-days of individual, group, and family counseling, on-site education, substance abuse education, skills lab, and aftercare.
Parents who are interested in early intervention are encouraged to call SafeHouse of the Desert to set up a screening for their child. A Marriage and Family Therapist will guide them through program expectations and what the family as a whole will receive from our holistic approach to crisis intervention.

They involve parents every step of the way. Weekly family counseling sessions are provided and parents are encouraged to participate in parenting classes, both while their child is in the program and after they graduate.
Their goal is to open the lines of communication and build hope that things CAN get better-trust CAN be rebuilt, and reunification CAN be achieved!

SafeHouse of the Desert is there for families in crisis, every hour of every day.

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO

 

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