A Winter Dinner & Wine Series at District Wine Bar

What could be better than your favorite local chef preparing signature dishes with carefully selected wines? Nothing. Upgrade your date night by allowing the experts of Asheville’s food and wine scene feed you their favorite dishes, deliberately prepared for pairing with wines from all over the globe. Thankfully all of these wines are housed under one roof at District Wine Bar.

District Wine Bar located in the River Arts District.

District Wine Bar announces their upcoming Winter Wine & Dinner series featuring some of your favorite local, independent restaurants in Asheville. The Bull and Beggar will kick off the winter series on Tuesday, January 22nd. Believe me whether it’s pheasant, rabbit or duck, The Bull and Beggar will leave you begging for more. All winter long, the dinners will take place every Tuesday for six weeks, highlighting a different restaurant and chef.

Guinea hen salmi, chanterelle, pumpkin seed, persillade. Photo credit via Instagram: @bullandbeggarofficial

The menu is chef’s choice with wines paired from District Wine Bar’s extensive list. “We are excited to partner with such talented chefs.” Says Lauri Nichols, co-owner of District Wine Bar. “We hope to create a culinary experience for our customers and expose them to restaurants and wine they may have not had the chance to try. We have a growing culinary scene in the RAD and looking forward to highlight some of our favorites.” The seats will be limited to twelve, so purchase your tickets early. The Bull and Beggar tickets are on sell now.

Executive Chef Graham House and his love for rooted provisions. Photo credit via instagram @sovereignremedies and @instagrahamhouse

Next up will be Chef Graham House of Sovereign Remedies on January 29th. Sovereign Remedies quickly became one of Asheville’s most revered watering holes where the plated menu items hold their own. District’s carefully selected wine will be complementary to Chef House’s southern rooted ingredients. Tickets for this dinner are on sale now and can be purchased here.

It’s no surprise to me that District Wine Bar is partnering with one of my favorite farm to table restaurants – Haywood Common. This west side mix up is happening February 19th, showcasing from their rotating seasonal menu with certainly some of winter’s best flavors paired with elegant hand picked wines. For tickets to this event go to District Wine Bar.

Haywood Common. Seared Bavette Steak with sweet potato puree, roasted green beans, oyster + chestnut mushrooms, pickled cauliflower + hoisen glaze.

For more information, dates and to purchase your tickets go to www.districtwinebar.com

About District Wine Bar
District Wine Bar is in the heart of the River Arts district located in the historic Wedge Studio building. Elevating the wine scene in Asheville serving an extensive wine list from around the world, including natural wines and European Beer. Small bites offering that include cheese boards, charcuterie from Asheville locals, American Pig, House made Pimento Cheese, Spinach and artichoke dip and Roots hummus. Ample free parking with indoor and outdoor seating.

District Wine Bar
37 Paynes Way Suite 009
Asheville, NC 28801
(828) 505-8606

Monday – Thursday 4 – 10pm
Friday – Saturday 2 – Midnight

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