New American Meets Hungarian Flavors At Palinkerie’s Furmint Wine Dinner This Thursday (3/16)!
Greenpoint-based importer of the finest Hungarian Wines, Palinkerie has teamed up with a local favorite Cherry Point (664 Manhattan Ave) to host their annual Furmint Wine Dinner this Thursday (3/16, 7PM)!
Four courses, three Furmints, three Hungarian winemakers:
Winter Citrus Salad with Lardo and Pecorino paired with St. Donát Márga Furmint 2015 (presented by Tamás Kovács, Winemaker, St. Donat Winery)
Housemade Charcuterie and Farmstead Cheese paired with Barta Öreg Király Dűlő Furmint 2013 (presented by Előd Ádám, Export Manager, Barta Winery)
Lamb Offal Pie with Whipped Bone Marrow and Sauce Bordelaise or
Monkfish with Grilled Rice, Pickled Clams and Oyster Broth paired with Somlói Vándor Somlói Furmint 2015 (presented by Tamás Kis, Winemaker, Somlói Vándor)
Dessert: Spiced Biscotti
Furmint is a Hungarian white grape variety indigenous to Hungary’s Tokaj region. Furmint grows vigorously, ripens late, and produces wines with powerful yet refined acidity. This varietal is known for picking up the distinctive minerality of the Hungarian soils where it is grown. With the “weight and structure of Chardonnay, the fruitiness of Chenin Blanc, and the acidity and minerality of Pinot Grigio and Weisser Riesling,” it is used to make diverse, exquisite dry white wines, as well as its historical flagship wine, the famous Tokaji Aszú.
Cherry Point is a new american bistro located in a former butcher shop that serves house-made, ethically produced charcuterie, seasonal vegetables and fresh interpretations of classics like steak frites au poivre and grilled seafood. It’s been said that “if Balthazar had a cooler, younger brother who lived in Greenpoint, that cooler, younger brother would be Cherry Point.”
Palinkerie / Fine Hungarian Imports is a New York-based import and distribution company specializing in fine wines from Hungary.