Raise a glass to support wild salmon restoration at Ray’s Boathouse this January!
On Saturday, January 19 at 6:30pm Ray’s Boathouse will host a five-course Salmon Safe Wine Dinner with pairings from some of the top wineries in the Pacific Northwest including aMaurice Cellars, Bethel Heights Vineyard and Brick House Wines. These wineries’ estate vineyard sites have all been certified Salmon Safe and we’ll be featuring their estate bottlings with dinner.
Our Salmon Safe Wine Dinner will include a beautiful five-course menu designed by Executive Chef Paul Duncan and will feature wineries who have committed to producing Salmon Safe wines.
Our Director of Wine and Certified Sommelier Chip Croteau will take you through the courses and wine pairings and share what it means for a winery to make a commitment to wild salmon preservation.
In addition to hearing from the wineries on what this commitment means, guests will hear from David Burger, Executive Director of Stewardship Partners an alliance partner of Salmon Safe, and Jacques White, Executive Director of Long Live the Kings, to educate us further about the positive impact these organizations make in regards to the livelihood of local wild salmon, and how you can a part of it by enjoying wine that is environmentally responsible.
Dinner with wine pairings is $125 per person (excluding tax and gratuity). To reserve call 206.789.6309 or email email@example.com today. The dinner will be held in our first floor Boathouse.
black cod pastrami – blue corn blini, crème fraiche, ikura wild mushroom duxelles – toasted focaccia
smoked oyster – kataifi, fried Spanish ham, green apple
Bethel Heights Estate Pinot Gris Eola-Amity Hills, OR 2017
wild Mexican blue prawn – prawn dashi, bunashimeiji mushroom, quail egg, chive
Brick House Vineyards Chardonnay Ribbon Ridge, OR 2016
chicory salad – ricotta salata, walnuts, WA tree fruit
àMaurice Estate ‘Sparrow’ Viognier Walla Walla, WA 2017
seared duck breast – huckleberry mostarda, roasted baby beets, duck sauce
Brick House Vineyards Estate ‘Dijonnaise’ Pinot Noir Ribbon Ridge, OR 2016
Bethel Heights Estate Pinot Noir Eola-Amity Hills, OR 2016
Boorenkaas- black pepper crackers, marionberry preserve, pickled mustard seed
àMaurice Estate ‘Night Owl’ Walla Walla, WA 2013
About Long Live the Kings
Long Live the Kings works to restore wild salmon and steelhead populations and support sustainable fishing in the Salish Sea. Their programs – combining on-the-ground field work with scientific innovation and broad partnerships – help decision-makers advance wild salmon recovery. This is a cause close to our hearts!
About Salmon Safe Wine
A vineyard’s ‘Salmon Safe’ certification reflects a grape grower’s commitment to vineyard management focused on the impact on water quality and salmon habitat.