Chateau Camplazens Wine Dinner at City Café

Tuesday, June 12th, 2007 at 7pm
Reservations: 214.351.2233
$56 plus tax and gratuity

Four course wine dinner at City Café with Joanne Close, representing Chateau Camplazens, Coteaux du Languedoc, La Clape.

La Clape is a sub-appellation of Coteaux du Languedoc AOC.
26 vineyards are situated on La Clape, environmentally protected since 1965, where the only permitted activity is grape growing.

Camplazens is located at the top of La Clape, a limestone mountain 10 miles long and 4 miles wide overlooking the Mediterranean.

In addition to Syrah, Grenache, and Carignan, the Camplazens vineyard has a small amount of Viognier as well as a new variety called Marselan.

Owners Susan and Peter Close purchased Chateau Camplazens (meaning "Camp of Pleasure" as dubbed by the Romans) in 2000 and their wines are now receiving international recognition.

2005 Domaine de Lauriers Picpoul de Pinet
2006 Camplazens Midi Rosé
2000 Serendipity Syrah (88 points Wine Spectator Best Value)
2001 Camplazens La Garrigue (87 points Wine Spectator)
2001 Camplazens Premium (91 points Wine Spectator)

1st Course
Rock Shrimp Salad with strawberries, goat cheese & Champagne vinaigrette
2nd Course
Rosemary Chicken & Beef
Airline breast of chicken & beef tenderloin
roasted with garlic & rosemary,
served with cranberry wild rice & French green beans
3rd Course
Classic Cheese & Fruit Board
4th Course
Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate
16 layers with white chocolate sauce

City Cafe
5757 West Lovers Lane
Dallas, Texas 75209

- Karen Silverston, June 2007