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Parducci Wine Cellars Wine Dinner

  • Biga Restaurant 4329 South Peoria Avenue Tulsa, OK, 74105 United States (map)

$45 per person

“Parducci Wine Cellars is continuing the legacy and vision of John "Mr. Mendocino" Parducci, one of the greatest winemakers of the 20th century. Our family-run winery has an 85year history of crafting artisan wines with a reputation for value, quality, and care for our local community. Today Parducci Wine Cellars continues to be family-owned and operated by three generations of the Thornhill family who are dedicated to growing superior wine grapes in Mendocino County with the philosophy of "leaving things better than we find them." The Parducci commitment to sustainable winemaking practices translates to high standards for both vineyard cultivation and winery operations, including a farm-to-table garden program, wildlife habitat preservation, and a nationally recognized water conservation and reclamation program. ”

1st Course
Watermelon Steak with Warm Pickled Shrimp

Wine-Parducci Small Lot Chardonnay Mendocino

“This wine is fresh, fruity and uncomplicated, showing apple-skin aromas, ripe pear and apple flavors and touches of brown sugar on the finish. It is generous in flavor and soft in balance.”

2nd Course
Chicken and Red Pesto Pasta

Wine-Parducci True Grit Petite Sirah Mendocino

“This monumental wine is one for the ages—or at least for 15 years. A deep color is followed by gorgeous aromas of rose, dark chocolate and blackberry syrup. The mouth filling, ripe fruit flavors are concentrated, bolstered by thick, powerful tannins that give it a mouth-puckering astringency. The firmness sets this wine up for a long life.”

Beer Braised Brisket with Smoky Salsa Roja

Wine-Parducci True Grit Cabernet Sauvignon Mendocino

“On the nose I picked up vanilla, blue fruits, cola, and cedar. The palate was full and rich with baking spice, black cherries, and a subtle hint of black pepper. There was a good balance in the body of sugar to alcohol while the oak tannins were prominent in this younger wine.”

Frozen Margarita Pie