Asheville Wine Experience: bubbles, French food and views for New Year’s Eve

Looking for an elevated New Year’s Eve? This event brings together a cast of Asheville foodie-types for a 10th floor celebration. Here are the details from the press release.

The Asheville Wine Experience will launch at long last on New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, Dec. 31, with the first in a series of ultimate dining experiences, combining a wine expert with a top chef in a spectacular location to elevate your senses to the utmost. Susi Gott Séguret of the Seasonal School of Culinary Arts and Bob Bowles of the Asheville Wine & Food Festival join forces to guide Asheville’s sense of taste in an exploration of the very best gustative adventures possible.

Chef Denny Trantham and Wine Expert Kevin Schwartz, both long-time revolutionary presences at the Grove Park Inn, will be joining forces for a luxurious French-style réveillon, each dish corresponding with a sigh for the year behind and a wish for the year ahead, in an exclusive tenth floor suite at the Hotel Indigo.

From 8pm till midnight, ten courses will be served, along with five exceptional wines, to the musical illustrations of celebrated jazz vibraphonist Paul Babelay. A spectacular view of Asheville will stretch out below you and if you register on or before Christmas Eve, you will have the possibility of being awarded your own night at the Indigo.

The cost is $150, payable on Event Brite. The number of spaces is limited, so reserve quickly! For further information, visit www.ashevillewineexperience, or contact 828-301-2792 / 828-777-8916.


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