From July 20 through July 31, ENVY The Steakhouse located at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel, presents its monthly Epicurean Wine Dinner. This month’s dinner packages feature a selection of premier rosé wines.
Prices start at $25 for a wine tasting, $55 for a four-course dinner and $75 for the dinner and wine pairing. Reservations are required. For reservations or more information about the Epicurean Wine Dinners, please contact the restaurant at 702.784.5716 or visit www.envysteakhouse.com.
A delicacy from the lower Loire Valley of western France with their fruity aromas and flavors, rosés have gained popularity throughout the rest of the world and have recently re-emerged as a fashionable wine. ENVY will pair several varieties of rosé wines with a complementing four-course meal. The paired dishes will include watermelon on a bed of spring mix topped with prosciutto and candied walnuts, served with a vinaigrette. The second course will include curried seafood soup with coconut red curry and Jasmine rice, followed by a choice of stuffed tenderloin or grilled Tuscan veal chop. The dinner will be topped off with a white chocolate and raspberry tartlet.
French for pink or rose-colored, rosé wines are known as blush wines in North America . The rosy pink color is achieved by draining the juice from the grape skins during fermentation instead of allowing the juice to stay in contact with the skins as with red wines. Rosés are known for having low to medium-alcohol and are slightly sweet. After World War II, rosés grew in popularity allowing for the creation of renowned brands such as Mateus. New variations using grapes found in regions stretching from Provence, the Languedoc and Australia ensure that rosés wines will remain an exhilarating drinking experience.
“Playing off of the various colors of the rosé wines, this month’s wine dinner ties all the courses together with the use of pink and red elements such as watermelon and tomato,” said Marie Maher, Director of Food and Beverage for the Renaissance Hotel Las Vegas. “Using fresh and light ingredients will help bring out the sweet and fruity flavor of the rosé wines,”
In the coming months, ENVY The Steakhouse will feature monthly Epicurean Wine Dinners with the following themes:
* Wines from Argentina, August 17 – 31
* Ales, Lagers and Blondes from Belgium, September 21 – 30
* Wines from Hungary, November 16 – 30
* Champagne featuring Louis Roederer, December 7 – 31
About ENVY The Steakhouse:
Upscale, fashionable and off-Strip, ENVY The Steakhouse is one of the premiere restaurants in Las Vegas. The award-winning ENVY The Steakhouse located at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel features exquisite fine dining, a private dining room for special events and a chef dedicated to serving the finest and freshest ingredients. Designed as a study in balance, the restaurant features expansive windows and high ceilings, as well as a wine wall with more than 1,500 bottles of fine wine. ENVY The Steakhouse’s lounge features 60 seats, full beverage service, and a relaxed atmosphere to complement the restaurant.
About Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel:
An upscale boutique hotel located adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Renaissance Las Vegas hotel offers a sophisticated experience with 14 stories of spacious accommodations featuring 548 guest rooms including 30 suites ranging from 859 to 1,681 square feet. Additionally, the Renaissance offers more than 20,000 square feet of meeting space to be used for meetings, conferences and corporate events; including 14 meeting rooms, a Grand Ballroom with 9,850 square feet of event space, an Executive Board Room, 10,000 square feet of Pre-Function space, exhibitor suites and a private dining room inside ENVY The Steakhouse. The Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel is located at 3400 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89169.
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