Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Since 2001, Freeman has been one of the great pioneers of cool-climate pinot noir and chardonnay, charting a course to the western edges of California winegrowing where the influence of the Pacific Ocean shapes the character of the wines.

In doing so, the winery has helped define a more balanced, sophisticated, and thoughtful style of winemaking that has been embraced by connoisseurs and collectors around the world.

From the first vintage, the Freeman style went against convention. While others pushed the limits of ripeness, Akiko and consulting winemaker Ed Kurtzman sought balance of refinement. Today, the winery is defined by those same pursuits. With Akiko as the winemaker, Freeman is recognized internationally as one of California's most acclaimed small producers.


Endive Salad
Concord Grapes, Marcona Almonds, Golden Beets
Chardonnay, Ryo-Fu, Green Valley of Russian River Valley 2017
Chardonnay, Hawk Hill Vineyard, Sonoma Coast 2017

Chestnut Agnolotti
Pecorino, Australian Black Truffle, Corn
Pinot Noir, Yu-Ki, Estate, Sonoma Coast 2015
Pinot Noir, Yu-Ki, Estate, Sonoma Coast 2016

Hibachi-Roasted Dry-Aged Duck Breasts
Huckleberries, Forbidden Black Rice
Pinot Noir, Akiko, Sonoma Coast 2014
Pinot Noir, Akiko, Sonoma Coast 2015

Artisanal Cheeses
Pinot Noir, Gloria, Estate Green Valley of Russian River Valley 2015

$250 exclusive of tax

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