Fall in Love at Domaine Hudson

We’re sure you’ll fall in love with our Fall Harvest menu! As a unique treat, we’re having a special SUNDAY Wine Dinner featuring some of the new items, paired with LeCadeau Vineyard wines. Tom Mortimer, the winery owner, will be here to entertain you with his great stories about life at the Oregon vineyard. Mark your calendar for November 6 at 6 p.m. so you don’t… [Read More]

It’s Not Too Early to Start Planning Your Company’s Holiday Party

The office party can be the event of the year or turn into a bad cliché.  With a little advance planning and a great location, it can be a rewarding way to boost employee morale and network with current and prospective clients.  Putting your team together with clients in a relaxed yet elegant environment is a terrific way to develop great relationships.  Planning the annual… [Read More]

Join us at the Elio Grasso Estate Winemaker Dinner

When I visited the Piedmont region of Italy with its vistas, hills, endless rows of grapevines, one of the wineries stood out and stole my heart. The Elio Grasso Estate produces some of the best Barolo, Barbera, Nebbiolo and Dolcetto in the area. The cellar uses only estate-grown grapes to make wines lauded by many wine critics over the years. On Sunday, June 14, Gianluca… [Read More]

Now Selling Exclusive, Hard-to-Find Wines!

You asked for it and now we’re doing it! As a new service to our customers, we’ve added limited by-the-bottle wine sales of some of the exclusive and hard-to-find wines we carry in our restaurant. We’re currently featuring favorites from Le Cadeau, Aubichon and Anderson’s Conn Valley. Just visit the “From our cellar” website page (http://www.domainehudson.com/shop.html), select the wines you want to purchase and fill… [Read More]

Wine of the Week

The wine of the week is Sancerre.  Not just any Sancerre, but RED Sancerre.  Yes, Red Sancerre.  2010 Dominique Roger Sancerre Rouge.  Sancerre is a region in the left bank of the Loire Valley, predominantly known for producing crisp, refreshing Sauvignon Blancs. In the 19th century Sancerre was known more for Pinot Noir than Sauvignon Blanc. It wasn’t until the Phylloxera disease came and destroyed all… [Read More]

Wine Wednesday! Tenuta San Guido Guidalberto

 Tenuta San Guido Guidalberto is a Super Tuscan from Tuscany, Italy. The phrase “Super Tuscan” refers to wines that feature Sangiovese combined with grapes not traditionally associated with Italy, such as Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon. This differentiates it from “Sangiovese blend,” wines which are predominantly Sangiovese and combined with traditional Italian grape varieties. Guidalberto is a very approachable, food friendly wine with lots of red… [Read More]

Wine Wednesday: Xavier Vignon, 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape

This week’s wine is Xavier Vignon, 2010 vintage Chateauneuf du Pape.  CDP’s story dates back to the 1300’s!  Châteauneuf-du-Pape roughly translates to “The Pope’s new castle.”  This appellation is entwined with Papal history . Pope Clement V, former Archbishop of Bordeaux, relocated the Papacy to the town of Avignon. Clement V and subsequent Popes were great lovers of Burgundy wines abut at the time, wine-growing… [Read More]