Bed-Vyne Wine and Celestino invite you to experience Marlborough (Jewel of the Pacific), New Zealand wines paired with some delightful seafood, today, Wednesday, October 10, at 7:00pm - 10:00 p.m.
If you know Celestino, you know what we're talking about. If you don't, this will be a YOLO moment!
Special Guest Sommelier, Jean-Marie Pratt will be presenting the wine.
See full wine and food menu here. Wine details below.
WHO: Bed-Vyne Wines and Celestino Restaurant
WHAT: Special wine and food pairing
WHEN: Wednesday, October 10, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
WHERE: Celestino, 562 Halsey Street, Brooklyn, NY 11233
Jean-Marie Pratt Bio
After working for years as a Sommelier in England's finest restaurant, Jean-Marie Pratt joined the TerraVin team in New Zealand. Working closely with the viticulturist and winemaker, Jean-Marie's passion for this wines is obvious when he speaks about the unique soils and micro-climate of Terravin wines and what make these wines special.
All That Jazz Sauvignon Blanc 2010 - $14.99
The nose is appealing and aromatic without being exuberant. It exhibits citrus fruit such as pink grapefruit and lime, it is also showing some peach, green apple and freshly cut grass aromas and a discreet mineral character. On the palate the wine is dry with a crisp and refreshing acidity. It is light bodied but has a nice round texture on the mid palate. It has some lovely tropical, zesty and grassy characters with a refreshing and long length.
All That Jazz Pinot Noir 2011 - $20.99
An attractive rich cherry red color. Aromas that awaken the sensors with red summer berries, plums and spice mix together for perfect harmony. The palate opens with the same red berries and a silky mid-palate, soft savory tannins. Just like any great Jazz music it leaves you feeling cool!
Terravin Sauvignon Blanc 2010 - $23.99
The 2010 Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc comes from a parcel off the Cowley Family vineyard. 33% fermented in oak, all seasoned, this wine gives intense citrus and lemon curd aromas with some green mango, toast and touches of grass cuttings and dried herbs. Crisp, minerally and tight, there's good mid palate concentration with some zesty grapefruit notes coming through in the long finish.
Terravin Pinot Noir 2010 - $34.99
The 2010 Pinot Noir reveals a medium ruby color and notes of cherries, cranberries, pepper and cloves with some tree bark and loam. Crisp and tight-knit with a medium level of chewy tannins, it has an elegant medium body and long finish.
Terravin TE AHU Savignon Blanc 2010 - $34.99
Te Ahu, meaning a new pathway, direction or beginning. With this wine we are charting a different path for Sauvignon Blanc made in Marlborough. This is a wine made to reflect terroir, a statement of place rather than variety. Very low yields, intensive vineyard management, hand harvesting, indigenous ferments and aging in French Puncheons, give a statement unlike any other white wine from Marlborough.
Terravin Pinot Noir Hillside Reserve 2005 - $54.99
The 2005 Hillside Reserve Pinot Noir has a ripe sweet lifted nose of plum, wild strawberry, violets and a little iodine. The palate is full-bodied with pure ripe plum and raspberry fruit, very well balanced and elegant, but still very youthful. Supple and rounded towards the finish that lingers in the mouth. It is a little closed compared to last year but it will open up again. A little gem.
Terravin Pinot Noir Eaton Family vineyard 2010 - $69.99
Very pure, focused Pinot Noir with a mix of floral, red cherry and spicy oak flavors. Elegant wine with a great balance of sweetness with juicy acidity that drives a lengthy finish. An ethereal texture adds extra appeal. Fine-boned, harmonious wine with good potential.