Winter Scotch Dinner
Featuring noted scotch expert
- Old St. Francis School |
- Saturday, February 2, 2013
- 7 p.m. |
- $55; reservations required |
- 21 and over
About Winter Scotch Dinner
Join fellow spirits imbibers to hear about, smell, taste and enjoy this selection of scotches, all paired with a menu of courses to complement the flavors.
Glenfiddich 12 Year
Glenfiddich 15 Year
Glenfiddich 18 Year
The Balvenie Doublewood 12 Year
The Balvenie Single Malt 15 Year
The Balvenie Portwood 21 Year
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Baby Green Salad
Spiced pecans, bleu cheese, with Champagne vinaigrette
Crab & Lobster Ravioli
Balvenie Doublewood cream sauce
Confit Duck Leg
Fingerling potatoes & braised greens
Braised Lamb Shank
Tomato demi over creamy polenta
Molten Lava Cake
A special overnight lodging package is also available. Book online now!
About Stuart Ramsay
Stuart MacLean Ramsay, born and raised in the Highlands of Scotland, currently lives in Portland, Oregon. Writer, editor and public speaker, Ramsay is a leading expert on spirits and craft beer. He was the American correspondent and contributing editor for Britain's Whisky Magazine and craft beer columnist for the Portland Oregonian. His articles about spirits, cocktails and beer have appeared in The Malt Advocate, Santé Magazine, Cigar Aficionado, and the Oregonian's A&E magazine.
His most recent book project was as contributing editor for The Definitive World Guide to Whisky, published by Britain's Dorling Kindersley. Ramsay wrote the American and Canadian chapters for this award-winning book. The book's awards include a prestigious James Beard Award for best spirits & wine publication, and "Best Spirits Book" in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, France.
Ramsay is a Life Member of the prestigious Keepers of the Quaich Society, an international organization which honors those who have contributed greatly to the success and nobility of Scotch whisky and Scotland. Ramsay has also been inducted into the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels for his writing about Kentucky Bourbon and Kentucky. A Certified Specialist of Spirits (CSS), he's been a judge at Whisky Magazine's Best of the Best Whisky Awards, held annually in Bardstown, Kentucky. In 2003, Ramsay was a nominee for the best drink journalist in the World Food Media Awards. He has a bagpipe tune, "Stuart MacLean Ramsay," a jig named after him for his contribution to the Pacific Northwest's pipe band culture.Map & Directions