New York's InterContinental Times Square Hosts Wine Events

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More good news for foodies (and oenophiles!) in New York: Todd English’s Ça Va Brasserie has partnered with some premier wineries for special events at the InterContinental New York Times Square. Launching next month, the restaurant’s new comprehensive wine program will include presentations from vineyards like Flanagan, Antinori, Quintessa, and Flowers. Guests of each event can enjoy the wineries’ top selections alongside menus from Chef de Cuisine Matt Corbett.
 
The series begins with a seated four-course wine dinner hosted by California winery, Flanagan Wines, which are paired with Corbett’s early autumn offerings. Throughout the evening guests will experience hints of orange and chamomile in the 2010 Sonoma Valley Chardonnay, ambrosial flavors of the vineyard’s 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon and the elusive 2009 Flanagan Estate Syrah that has been fermented in the vineyard’s caves for over 20 months.
 
Further into fall, Italian wines by Antinori will be showcased with a reception-style wine tasting. Throughout the evening guests will travel from station to station sampling varietals from the Tuscan vineyards alongside Corbett's seasonal dishes.
 
In November, Ça Va will host a one-of-a-kind wine dinner with two of California’s elite wineries: Flowers Winery and Quintessa Wines. The evening begins with a reception of canapés and sparkling wines before continuing to a multi-course wine dinner with seasonal dishes and selections from the vineyards’ best reserves.
 
For more information and to inquire about ticket availability, contact Faith Johnson at [email protected] or 212-803-4565.

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