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Saturday, July 09, 2011

Sonoma-Cutrer: 30 years of culinary history celebrity panel

Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards broke ground in 1981 for their new winery, a winery whose decision was to focus on one wine: Chardonnay vinified according to the time-honored Burgundian traditions. The introduction of the Sonoma-Cutrer vintage release in 1981 was just the beginning. In 2003 Sonoma-Cutrer introduced their first Pinot Noir, 2006 Club Cutrer is launched and 2011 is their culinary retrospective for their 30th anniversary.

To celebrate their momentous anniversary, Sonoma-Cutrer gathered culinarians for a panel that looked back 30 years and how we have progressed, our culinary footprint. The illustrious panel gathered at the French Culinary Institutes – International Culinary Center Theater to present their views on 30 years of food to a diverse audience of media and food notables.
Chefs Alain Sailhac & Jacques Pepin
 The evening kicked off with a short reception featuring the fine wines from Sonoma-Cutrer along with cheeses and charcuterie

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