On Tuesday, September 12, beginning at 7 p.m., Ledger, a progressive new restaurant conceptualized by chef Matt O’Neil and located in the heart of historic downtown Salem, will host acclaimed chef Maria Sinskey of Napa’s renowned Robert Sinskey Vineyards for an intimate five-course wine dinner featuring the cuisine of executive chef Daniel Gursha and chef de cuisine Craig White.
Guests in attendance will not only enjoy five exquisite courses artfully prepared with locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, each paired with a hand-selected varietal from Sinskey’s Napa Valley vineyard, they’ll leave knowing the exciting story behind each pour, along with insider knowledge of what it takes go from vine to vintage.
A true reflection of the restaurant’s commitment to serving traditional 19th century New England-inspired dishes elevated by today’s resources and culinary techniques, the menu for Ledger’s five-course wine dinner featuring sips from Robert Sinskey Vineyards will be presented as follows:
Salad of Summer Melons
stracciatella, speck, verbena dressing
Pairing: Pinot Blanc Los Cameros 2013
Live Scallop Crudo
husk cherry, green apple, sunflower oil
Pairing: Abraxas Vin de Terroir Scintilla Sonoma Valley Vineyard 2014
Confit Duck Leg
mulled cherry, celery root, lacinato kale
Pairing: Pinot Noir Los Cameros 2013
north star smoked lambchetta, huckleberry, local grains
Pairing: POV Los Cameros 2012
Pear Tarte Tatin
frangipane, pinot gris ice cream
Pairing: Pinot Gris Late Harvest Los Cameros 2012
Tickets are $129 per guest (gratuity not included). To make a reservation, please call 978-594-1908.