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2014/2015 Season: Allie's Wine Dinners
Back for this winter, Allie’s Cabin, situated in a quiet aspen grove on Beaver Creek Mountain, is offering Featured Wine Dinners with a celebrated group of wineries on select Thursday evenings from now through March 26, 2015 and coinciding with Thursday Night Lights.
Allie’s executive chef Kirk Weems will offer his classic contemporary regional fare and each course has been crafted to be the perfect pairing for the featured wines of the evening. Guests will arrive via open-air sleigh to Allie’s Cabin and enjoy multiple courses and wine pairings while enjoying views of the fireworks lighting up the evening sky over Beaver Creek for Thursday Night Lights. The cost for each dinner varies and ranges between $145 to $195 per person.
Allie’s Featured Wine Dinners include the following wineries.
December 11, 2014 – Gallo Winery $145
December 18, 2014 – Franciscan Estates $155
December 27, 2014 – Far Niente $195
December 29, 2014 – ZD Winery $185
January 8, 2015 – Merryvale Vineyards $175
January 15, 2015 – Robert Mondavi Winery $195
January 22, 2015 – Ramey Wine Cellars $165
January 29, 2015 – Stags Leap Winery $175
February 5, 2015 – Pine Ridge Vineyards $175
February 12, 2015 – Cakebread Cellars $195
February 19, 2015 – Paul Hobbs Winery $185
February 26, 2015 – Duckhorn Vineyards $185
March 5, 2015 – Seghesio Family Vineyards $155
March 12, 2015 – Chalk Hill $175
March 19, 2015 – Jordan $175
March 26, 2015 – Domaine Drouhin Oregon $165
Reservations are required for the Featured Wine Dinners and may be made by calling (970) 754-5545
About Allie's Cabin:
Set amidst a peaceful aspen grove, Allie's Cabin offers fine dining with spectacular views of Beaver Creek Village and the surrounding valley. The cabin is named after Allie Townsend who was known in the 19th century as the "First Lady" of Beaver Creek. She was the widow of George Townsend, the first settler of Beaver Creek.
The menu features a myriad of contemporary regional cuisine including prime aged meats, game, fish and fowl. The cabin is hewn from stacked, rough-sawn timber with mountain-style architecture, and features a large, sunny deck adjacent to a quaint bar. The interior is cozy and welcoming, complete with rustic wooden tables, an eclectic collection of fixtures, and furniture evocative of the era in which Allie lived.
For more information on booking this venue, please visit http://www.beavercreek.com/groups/group-venues/allies-cabin.aspx