Experience the rich history of Israeli wine, a heritage that dates back thousands of years, with a special dinner at Kapnos Kouzina on October 17. The five-course meal features a selection of wines from Bethlehem, Galilee and other regions of Israel, paired with fall dishes from chef de cuisine Katarina Famoso. The evening also includes interactive discussion about Israel’s wine culture with the owners of Israeli Wine Direct, as well as the featured pours and dish pairings.  Seats are $95 per person, not including tax and gratuity, and are available HERE.

Hamachi crudo – green apple, apricot, fennel
Dabouki, Cremisan, Bethlehem 2013
Salt baked dourade braised leeks and apple soubise
Riseling, Kishor, Gailiee, 2014
Roasted duck breast – potato, current agrodolce
Syrah, grenache, barbera, mouvedre, Shvo, Galilee, 2011
Beef – Phyllo, tahini mustard, roasted mushroom spinach
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Kadita, Galilee, 2008
Fig Tart – apricot glaze, almond cream, fig
Chardonnay, Pelter Blanc de Blanc, Golan Heights, NV