Women in Wine
Join us on Wednesday, March 29th
Mary's Vine presents, Women in Wine, a wine dinner featuring only women made wines led by Master of Wine Mollie Battenhouse of Jackson Family Wines. This 5 course pairing dinner consists of 2 white wines, a rosé and 2 red wines. Chef David Carmine has created a wonderful set of plates to accompany the wines that is sure to delight the palate all while celebrating Women's History Month. Tickets are extremely limited and are $180/person inclusive of tax and gratuity. Wednesday, March 29th, at 6:30pm doors open at 5:45pm for a pre-dinner cash bar.

Course 1:
Food: Langostino tower w/ whipped lemon cream & Kaluga caviar
Wine: Penner Ash Viognier Williamette Valley

Course 2:
Food: Chicken caprese ravioli w/ garlic cream and crispy speck
Wine: Hartford Court "Three Virtues" Chardonnay Santa Rita Hills

Course 3:
Food: Arugula orange salad with walnuts, gorgonzola and fig vinaigrette
Wine: Cambria "Julie's Vineyard" Rosé of Pinot Noir

Course 4:
Food: Carmelized Foie Gras on brioche toast with plum chutney
Wine: Matanzas Creek Merlot Sonoma County

Course 5:
Food: Lamb chop w/ black pepper sauce
Wine: Arrowood Cabernet Sauvignon Knights Valley

House made Almond Biscotti

Mary's Vine
211 Kenmawr Ave.
Rankin, PA 15104
Date & Time
March 29, 2023, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 Molly Battenhouse
Mollie has been an educator for the past 18 years and loves teaching others about wine
as much as she enjoys learning about it herself. Whatever the subject may be,
winemaking & viticulture, business of wine, Oregon, or Food & Wine Pairing, Mollie brings
her expertise and passion for wine to every subject. At Jackson Family Wines, Mollie
educates JFW sales teams as well as distributor sales teams up and down the east coast.
There’s nothing Mollie doesn’t love about a great day of selling and educating, followed
preferably by a crisp, fresh glass of white or some bubbles.

Mollie is from Atlanta, but has been a New York resident since 2005, when she left the
South to attend the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. From there, she never
left, but graduated from the CIA at the top of the class and headed to New York City
first to cook and then to dive into the wine business. Outside of wine, Mollie loves to
garden, cook, swim and do Pilates. She is also an instructor for the WSET and is a Partner
at Preferabli by Wine Ring, a BTB technology company that specializes in personalized
consumer experiences in wine.
Join us on March 29
We look forward to hosting you!

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