Who says white wine isn't in style after Labor Day? So asks Mad Platter owner Marcia Jervis, as she kicks off the Oct. 2 wine dinner White Wines of the World.
No surprise, seafood takes center stage at the six-course dinner, which leads off with seared scallop with chili paste, garlic chive and pomegranate (paired with Gazela Vihno Verde) and garlic fired shrimp with pear reduction, roasted grapes and yucca ribbons (Catena "Alamos" Torrontes) before culminating in an entree of cedar plank wild salmon with fried apples, parsnip gratin and Marsala cream reduction (Landmark Overlook Chardonnay).
Dinner starts at 6 p.m. and costs $65 before tax and tip person. Call 242-2563 for reservations.