Phantom Creek Estates’, Okanagan Valley’s luxury destination winery situated on the Black Sage Bench, new March offerings including family-style dining experiences and an updated tasting room menu featuring seasonal food and wine pairings.
Phantom Creek’s new ‘Steak Night’ dinner series celebrates the time-honored steakhouse dinner tradition and will be held on March 6, 13, 20 and 27. The specialty three-course menu includes dishes such as freshly shucked oysters with a yuzu mignonette and a 12oz AAA dry-aged ribeye from Pine Haven Colony in Alberta with fingerling potatoes. The dinners start at 5:30 p.m. and are priced at $160 per couple with the option to include wine pairings for $25 per person. To make a reservation, please click here.
On Sundays, March 7, 14, 21 and 28, the winery will be hosting a ‘Sunday Roast’ lunch series catered to loved ones that wish to spend the afternoon together gathered around the table sharing good food and wine. The three-course menu includes dishes such as a roasted Farmcrest chicken stuffed with foie gras and black truffle and a fresh rhubarb tart for dessert. The first seating starts at 1:00 p.m. and is priced at $140 per couple with the option to include wine pairings for $25 per person. To make a reservation, click here.
Additionally, starting March 4, Phantom Creek’s tasting room will offer a new sunchoke dip as an add-on seasonal wine pairing to any wine tasting experience. The vegetarian, lactose-free dip is served with house-made flatbread but can be substituted for gluten free crackers. The delicious new dip pairs perfectly with Phantom Creek Estates’ celebrated 2018 Viognier, 2017 Kobau Merlot and 2017 Petite Cuvee.
Limited spaces are available at each dinner and lunch.
About Phantom Creek Estates
Phantom Creek Estates is a new destination winery located on the famed Black Sage Bench of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, specializing in single vineyard Bordeaux reds, Alsatian whites and the Okanagan’s benchmark varieties of Viognier and Syrah from storied vineyard sites. By farming its vineyards with care and precision, Phantom Creek produces wines that celebrate and speak to where they are grown, crafted by an influential international winemaking team – Olivier Humbrecht MW, Philippe Melka and Francis Hutt. The winery’s estate vineyards are farmed using organic and biodynamic practices.
Media release and images provided by Juliona Miller, Glodow Nead Communications. Photo credit: Phantom Creek Estates.