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Wine Maker Dinner at The Milford Oyster House

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Event:
Wine Maker Dinner at The Milford Oyster House
Date:
April 14, 2013 4:00 pm
Cost:
$110 per person.
Organizer:
Amy
Phone:
908-995-9411
amy@milfordoysterhouse.com
Updated:
March 21, 2013
Venue:
The Milford Oyster House
Phone:
908-995-9411
Address:
92 Route 519 (Water Street), Milford, NJ, 08848, United States

Alba Vineyard is proud to partner with one of our finest local restaurants, The Milford Oyster House, for a Wine Maker Dinner featuring Chef Ed Coss and Wine Maker John Altmaier.

The evening begins at 4 p.m. with assorted canapés accompanied with Alba’s “Chelsea Dry Rose”. Then proceed to the dining room for a sumptuous four-course dinner designed to pair perfectly with featured Alba Vineyard wines.

This very special evening is limited to only 40 people and advance reservations are required. The cost is $110.00 per person. The Milford Oyster House is located at 92 Route 519 (Water Street), Milford, New Jersey. Call 908-995-9411 for further information and to book your reservation.

Chef Ed Coss is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. He worked at many notable area restaurants including the Ryland Inn before opening the Milford Oyster House sixteen years ago. The Milford Oyster House rose to prominence in 2011 when the Zagat Survey named it “Best Seafood Restaurant” in New Jersey.

John Altmaier has been the wine maker at Alba Vineyard since 2001. This 25-year veteran wine maker has also worked in Germany and Australia and in 1988 was named “Winemaker of the Year” by Vineyard and Winery Management magazine.

One of the East Coast’s most award winning wineries, Alba Vineyard is nestled amongst the rolling hills of Warren County, New Jersey, two miles east of the Delaware River and historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the beautiful Musconetcong Valley. The winery and tasting room are housed in a historic 1805-converted stone barn, which features an impressive wood tasting bar, rustic stonewalls, and old oak beams.