|Michael Anthony's has, since its inception,
been instrumental in developing and promoting
unique culinary events here in the South Carolina
Lowcountry. This has led us to the formation of
programs we have offered that highlight the many
foods and wines of our Italian ethnic heritage as
well as many other well noted culinary
regions of the world.
Over the years we have hosted many wine
maker dinners with very well known and
respected winery owners and winemakers such
as Koerner Rombauer, Ferdinando Frescobaldi,
Heidi Barrett, David Ramey and
David Miner among others.
Our familiar wine tastings in our specialty Italian
market have introduced many wine enthusiasts to
more esoteric and enjoyable wines. Our annual
events such as our Christmas Eve Feast of the
Seven Fishes and Winter Truffle Dinner have
become renowned and anticipated each year.
|Now Celebrating 12 Years of Culinary Excellence!
|Summer Sipping Wines!
Wine Tasting in The Market
Tuesday, May 28, 2013 from 4:30pm - 6:00pm
$20 (all inclusive)
As summer approaches and temperatures soar, now is the time to reach for wines that are light and easy to enjoy under
the glare of the summer sun. For this tasting, we have selected a sparkling rosé, a refreshing white and some reds that
are perfect to sip during those backyard BBQs, family visits and scorching summer nights! Each of the wines will be
paired with a small plate antipasti. A representative from Republic National Distributing will be pouring the wines with us
and available to answer any questions. Just drop into our Market between 4:30 and 6:00pm, no reservation necessary,
get a glass and cozy up to the bar and enjoy the tasting! The tasting does end promptly at 6:00pm so please allow
enough time to enjoy all the wine and food.
Wines to be Tasted:
Poema Cava Sparkling Rosé (Spain)
Feudo Maccari Grillo (Sicily)
Luna Sangiovese (California)
Finca las Moras Malbec Reserva (Argentina)
Planeta Cerasuolo di Vittoria (Sicily)
All wines will be available for retail sale!
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|The Wines of Klinker Brick
Four-Course Wine Dinner
with Special Guest Farrah Felton
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 6:30pm
$75 (plus tax and gratuity)
As fifth generation growers, Steve and Lori Felton own 250 acres, most of which is old vine Zinfandel planted along the
Lodi Mokelumne River region and in the Clements Foothills. For over a century, the family has sold their premium, old vine
fruit to benchmark Zinfandel producers until 2000 when Steve and Lori founded Klinker Brick Winery in Lodi, CA. The 250
acre estate is planted on sandy loam soils with vines that range from 35 to 110 years old that are head-trained and dry
farmed. Steve and Lori also have a small 16 acre parcel called Farrah which is planted with Syrah.
Although the Feltons continue to make wine from all of the vineyard blocks, only the best fruit is used for Klinker Brick and
their single vineyard wines. “We started the winery with the 2000 vintage of Old Vine Zinfandel. We added the 2001 Farrah
the next year, and the 2003 Old Ghost a couple of years later. Old Ghost of course, represents the best of what we make
every year and is usually a single vineyard selection,” stated Steve Felton. “We have one goal…to produce world-class
For this special evening, we are happy to welcome the namesake of the Klinker Brick “Farrah” Syrah, Farrah Felton.
Farrah will be joining us to introduce you to the big, bold wines from her family’s estate. Executive Chef Chris Johnson has
created a menu that will complement these wonderful wines. If you enjoy the robust flavors of Zinfandel and Syrah, then
this wine dinner is a must!
Braised Short Rib Ravioli with Syrah Syrup
Klinker Brick Farrah Syrah
Pan Seared Wild Salmon with Whole Grain Mustard Glaze, Braised Kale and Lentils
Klinker Brick Old Vines Zinfandel
Roasted Tenderloin of Beef with Swiss Chard, Potato and Fennel Puree, and Porcini au Jus
Klinker Brick Old Ghost Zinfandel
Bittersweet Chocolate and Orange Semifreddo
One hundred and ten year old
vines and five generations of