Hosted by Greg McGill from Torbreck wines, enjoy a three course lunch with matching wines at the award winning The Long Apron restaurant. Learn from Greg how their wines including their exceptional Rhone style red and white wines match with chateaubriand.
Dine on a delectable three course lunch created by Head Chef Andy Birse and experience how chateaubriand pairs with Torbreck’s rich and full bodied wines.
Chateaubriand is said to be named after a 19th-century French aristocrat François-René de Chateaubriand, whose chef is said to have invented it. According to legend, chateaubriand was a large, boneless cut of beef prepared by layering it within two or more lesser steaks, tying it into a bundle, then roasting or grilling it. When the outer steaks were charred, the roast was done, and the burnt outer steaks were then discarded. This technique supposedly ensured that the chateaubriand was cooked evenly throughout.
Price is $195 including lunch and wines.