Common Man Camp and Hermit Woods Bring You Winery Tour & Five Course Pairing Dinner!

Posted 05/11/15

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Hermit Woods Winery tour begins at 4 p.m. presented by winemaker Ken Hardcastle, and partner, Bob Manley, followed by a five-course wine dinner at Camp Restaurant in Meredith.

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 Wine Dinner Menu
First Course: Shaved asparagus salad with peas, radish, prosciutto and a candied lemon vinaigrette. Served with Kiwi Wine crafted from local, organic kiwi berries. Can be compared to a dry Riesling.
Second Course: Chilean Sea Bass with corn, fava, bacon, and burnt tomato broth. Served 
with Harvest Apple Wine crafted from French and English heirloom apples, quince and crab apples.
Third Course: Duck with orange, scallion gremolata, and shitake quinoa
. Served with Maple Blue Wine, a dry,  burgundy style wine bursting with fresh blueberry aromas and hints of smoke and maple.
Fourth Course: Short Rib with carrot puree, roasted cipollini, and mascarpone polenta
. Served with Ermitano Cabernet Sauvignon, crafted from Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, aged in French oak for one year.
Fifth Course: Crème Caramel Semifreddo with a sour cherry compote. Served 
with Melange, a sweet, port-like wine crafted from local organic honey, blueberries, elderberries, blackberries and black currants.Tickets are $55 per person + tax and gratuity. Reservations required. Call Camp at (603) 279-3003.