The Henry Schuerman Commemorative Wine Dinner
Friday, June 23rd 7-10 pm
at the Page Springs Cellars Vineyard Deck
5 talented chefs and 5 local wineries
This innovative wine dinner commemorates the late, great Henry R. Schuerman. Originally a baker by trade, Henry was the first pioneer in the greater Verde Valley to commercially cultivate grapes and make them into wine (believed to be Red Zinfandel). In addition to producing the Schuerman “Red Rock” wine, he also sold tens of thousands of pounds of grapes to immigrant families in the area for their own traditional winemaking. Henry was literally the father and founder of winemaking in our great valley and his name shall live on in this annual feast held in his honor.
This wine pairing menu will be inspired by the authentic recipes being served in the Schuerman’s pre-prohibition household!
Wineries: Page Springs Cellars, Arizona Stronghold Vineyards, Fire Mountain Winery, Burning Tree Cellars and Oddity Wine Collective Chefs: Chef Chris Dobrowolski of Schoolhouse, Chef Chris Wolf of the Arizona Culinary Institute, Chef Bryan Nowicki of Page Springs Cellars, Chef O’Dowd of L’Auberge and our final chef TDB
All, the menu is still being developed. There will be 5 Celebrity Chefs, 5 Local Wineries and an amazing presentation by Henry Schuerman’s decedents.
We have discovered a copy of Henry Schuerman’s cookbook and all chefs will be pulling their inspiration from the authentic recipes being served in the Schuerman’s pre-prohibition household!
We will only have seating for 100 people (1/2 of last year) so book early because this will sell out quickly.
Tickets: $105 ($95 for early advance purchase)
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