March 1, 2004                                                              

For more information, please contact                                           

Kelly Donovan (314) 909-4949, ext. 11

For Immediate Release:





The nine year old Clayton restaurant is to host a wine dinner starting at 6:30 pm on Wednesday March 24, 2004.  The five course dinner will be prepared by Executive Chef Lisa Slay, paired with wines from the highly acclaimed winery.


Arrival & Welcoming

2002 Valley of the Moon Pinot Blanc, Sonoma County

Salmon Trio: Salmon Bisque - House Cured Salmon - Salmon Spanakopita


1st Course

2001 Kenwood Vineyards Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley

Muscovy Duck, Wild Mushroom & Leek Rangoon w/ Plum Compote


2nd Course

2000 Kenwood Vineyards Jack London Merlot, Sonoma Valley

Pan Seared Yellowfin Tuna on Walnut - Rosemary Risotto Cake Drizzled w/ Jack London Merlot-Fig Reduction


3rd Course

1999 Kenwood Vineyards Artist Series Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County

Lamb Wellington w/ Foie Gras Infused Demi Glace & Baby Root Vegetables



2001 Kenwood Vineyards Jack London Zinfandel, Sonoma Valley

Chocolate Torte w/ Lavender-Mascarpone Mousse

“It was such a pleasure preparing this menu of exceptional wines and Chef Slay’s creative cuisine“, says Heather McCorkle, Remy’s General Manager and certified Sommelier on staff.  “We are extremely honored to be the restaurant of choice for Pat Henderson’s inaugural visit to the Midwest.”

Kenwood Vineyards is committed to producing premium wines that reflect Sonoma County's finest vineyards and define the region's grape varieties in their true character and style.  The Kenwood Artist Series is a marriage of wine and art, which has become highly sought after by wine collectors worldwide. The dramatic Jack London label --a replica of the wolf head Jack London used as his book-plate logo -- has created tremendous consumer interest and recognition in the wines.

Cost of the dinner is $85 per person not including tax & gratuity.  Call (314) 726-5757 for reservations.  Seating is limited; reservations are expected to go quickly.