FIG Bistro in Historic Biltmore Village kicks off its ten-year anniversary in April with a very special event. Festivities will begin in earnest on April 7th with a wine dinner featuring vineyard owner David Adelsheim of Adelsheim Vineyards.
About Adelsheim Vineyards: In 1971, Ginny and David Adelsheim purchased the 19 acres that would become Quarter Mile Lane Vineyard. They shared a dream with a handful of families that Oregon’s climate and land could one day produce serious wines. A home was built, vines planted, and in 1978, the first commercial wines were produced. Adelsheim Vineyards, a pioneer of the Oregon Wine Industry, have also been a leader in sustainable agricultural practices through the years.
While Pinot Noir will be the star attraction for the evening, Fig will also be featuring a beautiful rose, pinot gris, and a unique varietal from Alsace – Auxerrois. Auxerrois is a sibling of Chardonnay and only a few acres of the grape are grown in the United States. Chef Jones and team are pulling out all the stops for this special event. It is an honor to have David be a part of the celebration.
The dinner is offered at $75 per person and will begin promptly at 6:30 pm – Reservation Only (828) 277-0889.