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Bonny Doon Vineyard!

July 27, 2017 @ 6:30 pm
1092 Bethel Rd
Columbus, OH 43220
$75.95 plus tax & gratuity
(614) 451-9774

Cellarmaster Wine Series Presents


The Refectory Welcomes Randall Grahm,
owner & winemaker of Bonny Doon Vineyard!


Thursday, July 27th   6:30pm
Six Wines, Five Courses

$75.95  per guest
*plus tax & gratuity



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Prepaid reservations required; 48 hour cancellation notice for full refund

The Wines

2016 Vin Gris Cigare   $15.00

2015 Clos de Gilroy   $15.00

2014 A Proper Claret   $15.00

2012 La Pousseur Syrah   $19.99

2011 Le Cigare Blanc   $19.99

2012 Le Cigare Rouge   $34.99

The Menu

A Service of Hors d’oeuvre


House Cured Salmon Gravlax
with Hearts of Palm Salade


Wild Mushroom Fricassée
Truffle Bordelaise


French Pâté en Croûte
Green Peppercorn Sauce


Roasted Duck Breast
Candied Fruit Bordelaise


Chocolate Ganache Petits Four


 – Bonny Doon Vineyard –


While Bonny Doon Vineyard began with the (in retrospect) foolish attempt to replicate Burgundy in California, Randall Grahm realized early on that he would have far more success creating more distinctive and original wines working with Rhône varieties in the Central Coast of California. The key learning here (achieved somewhat accidentally but fortuitously) was that in a warm, Mediterranean climate, it is usually blended wines that are most successful. In 1986 Bonny Doon Vineyard released the inaugural vintage (1984) of Le Cigare Volant, an homage to Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and this continues as the winery’s flagship/starship brand.

Since then, Bonny Doon Vineyard has enjoyed a long history of innovation – the first to truly popularize Rhône grapes in California, to successfully work with cryo-extraction for sundry “Vins de Glacière, the first to utilize microbullage in California, the first to popularize screwcaps for premium wines, and, quite significantly, the first to embrace true transparency in labeling with its ingredient labeling initiative. The upside of all of this activity has brought an extraordinary amount of creativity and research to the California wine scene; the doon-side, as it were, was perhaps an ever so slight inability to focus, to settle doon, if you will, into a single, coherent direction.

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Randall Grahm

Randall was born in Los Angeles in 1953 and attended the University of California at Santa Cruz where he was a permanent Liberal Arts major. Some time later he found himself working at the Wine Merchant in Beverly Hills sweeping floors. By dint of exceptionally good karma he was given the opportunity to taste an ungodly number of great French wines and this singular experience turned him into a complete and insufferable wine fanatic. He returned to the University of California at Davis to complete a degree in Plant Sciences in 1979, where owing to his single-minded obsession with Pinot Noir he was regarded as a bit of a holy terroir in the hallowed halls of the sober and sedate Department of Viticulture and Enology.