Waters Wine Dinner at Monsoon with Winemaker Jamie Brown

Monsoon is looking forward to hosting an evening of Vietnamese flavors paired with wonderful Washington wines on Tuesday, May 24. Waters Winery will be sharing their wines with guests—winemaker Jamie Brown will be in attendance to speak about the wines throughout the meal.

The dinner is $75/person plus tax and gratuity. The evening begins at 5:30pm with the 2015 Waters Rosé on Monsoon’s rooftop deck, followed by dinner in the restaurant at 6pm.

Here’s the menu:

Banana Blossom Salad with grapefruit, cucumber, mint, basil, tia to, and chao foam
2013 Waters Prelude, Alder Ridge and Antoine Creek Vineyards

Anderson Ranch Toothpick Lamb with five spice, cumin, lemongrass, and braised onion
2012 Waters Loess, Walla Walla Valley 

Heritage Meats Slow Roasted Grass Fed Beef Belly with pho broth, escargot, la lot, caramel sauce, and herb butter
2012 Waters Interlude, Washington State

Mi Quang with house made turmeric noodle, duck leg confit, salted duck egg, and rice cracker
2013 Waters Syrah, Washington State

Napoleon Cake with pandan leaf and chocolate pastry cream
2013 Waters Syrah, Washington State
Join Sophie and Eric Banh in welcoming this acclaimed Washington winemaker to Monsoon! Call the restaurant at 206.325.2111 to save your spot.

Waters Winery is an artisanal boutique winery founded in 2005 and located in Walla Walla, Washington. Waters believes that the Walla Walla Valley terroir is capable of producing distinctive red wines that rival the finest of the Old and New World regions. They produced just a few thousand cases of small-lot bottlings each year, aimed at reflecting the unique character of each varietal and the qualities of the land that they come from. To learn more about winemaker Jaime Brown, visit http://trwines.com.

Opened in 1999, by sibling chefs Sophie and Eric Banh, Monsoon is acclaimed for introducing modern Vietnamese cuisine to Seattle. Tucked into a quaint Capitol Hill neighborhood, this Seattle gem is widely influenced by the culinary traditions of Saigon, as well as the fresh ingredients of the Pacific Northwest. In addition to time spent in the kitchen, Eric maintains an award-winning wine list. Monsoon opens for lunch at 11:30am MondayFriday and Saturday and Sunday at 10am for weekend brunch. Dinner is served from 5pm to 10pm, 11pm on Friday and Saturday. In the bar area, daily happy hour is from3:30pm to 5:30pm, and a late night menu is available from 10pm to midnight. Monsoon offers local lunch box delivery. For reservations or more information, call 206.325.2111 or visit www.monsoonrestaurants.com.

Monsoon is located at 615 19th Avenue East in Seattle, Washington.

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