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Bazaar Meat to Host Exclusive Six-Course Tasting Dinner Featuring Andrew Will Wine

Bazaar Meat to Host Exclusive Six-Course Tasting Dinner Featuring Andrew Will Wine
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés
, the acclaimed signature restaurant at SLS Las Vegas, will host an exclusive six-course dinner paired with the varietals of Andrew Will Winery at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 6 (Photo credit: SLS Las Vegas)

Bazaar Meat lead sommelier, Chloe Helfand, will describe the wines and explain why each was selected for the pairing.

Founded in 1989 in Washington state, Andrew Will Winery pays homage to owner and founder Chris Camarda’s son, Will, and nephew, Andrew. Named one of the 50 most influential winemakers in the world by Wine & Spirits Magazine, Camarda has made his mark in the winemaking community through his blends.

Routinely scoring 90 points and above in major wine publications, the predominantly red blends feature grapes from Camarda’s vineyards, including: the Champoux Vineyard and Discovery Vineyard in Horse Heaven Hills; Two Blondes Vineyard in Yakima Valley; and Ciel du Cheval Vineyard on Red Mountain. Camarda’s success has positioned Andrew Will Winery as one of the leading wineries in Washington State, and has cast renewed attention on Washington as a producer of fine wines.

The Andrew Will wine dinner includes:

  1. 2014 Cuvee Lucia Sauvignon Blanc
    • Geoduck
    • Santa Monica Spot Prawns
  2. 2014 Andrew Will Cabernet Franc
    • Beef and Parmesan Grissini
    • The Lhardy’s Madrid Beef Consommé
  3. 2013 Andrew Will Merlot
    • Slow-Roasted Baby Lamb
    • “Julian de Tolosoa” Piquillo Peppers
  4. 2012 Sorella red blend
    • Rabo de Toro
    • Baby Carrots
    • Papas Canarias
  5. 2010 Two Blondes red blend
    • Japanese Baby Peaches
  6. Dessert assortment

The Andrew Will wine dinner is priced at $165 per person, not including tax and gratuity. Reservations are available at 702-761-7610 or [email protected].