On January 15, Legal Harborside will host a four-plus-course wine dinner featuring selections from Jorge Ordóñez selections. Since 1987, Jorge Ordóñez's mission has been to preserve the Spain's rich winemaking history and shed light on Spanish wines in the United States where wines from other regions and countries saturated the market. Ordóñez wanted to bring the oldest of Spain's authentic indigenous varieties to life and challenging the international palette and was the first to introduce a number of exotic varieties to the world including Godello and wines from Txacoli.
Legal Harborside is honored to team up with Jorge Ordóñez for a special dinner featuring cuisine tastefully chosen to pair with wines from Jorge Ordóñez Selections. The menu will be presented as follows on Legal Harborside's scenic second level overlooking the Boston Harbor:
Oyster on the half shell*, citrus ponzu, micro cilantro
Shrimp croquette, saffron aioli
Crispy cape scallops, remoulade, micro beet green
Botani "Old Vines" Moscatel, Sierras de Málaga, 2018
Herb-roasted chilean sea bass
wild mushroom risotto, preserved lemon butter, micro chives
Bodegas La Caña "Navia" Albarino, Rias Baixas, 2017
Nisia "Las Suertes" Old Vine Verdejo, Rueda, 2017
Pan-roasted pork loin
parsnip purée, crispy brussels sprout hash, whole grain mustard demi-glace
Señorio de San Vicente 2015
Bodegas Muga "Selección Especial," Rioja Reserva, 2015
Barbecue-braised short rib
collard greens, aged parmesan polenta, mesquite BBQ sauce
Bodegas Ordonez "Vatan," Toro, 2016
Brega "Old Vine" Garnacha de Aragón, Calatayud, 2016
maple crème caramel custard
Bodegas Ordonez "Victoria" #2, Málaga, 2016
*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness. More information about the safety of consuming raw food is available upon request.
*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.