Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Wine Tasting and Thai Sausage Street Food in the Enoteca

Stop by the Goose's Enoteca on Thursday, May 12, 5-7pm when we'll welcome winemaker Richard Bruno. He'll be pouring complimentary sips of his Vinum Cellars White Elephant (a refreshingly sweet-sour blend of chenin, viognier, and rousanne) and his landmark Cabernet Sauvignon (a spicy, satisfying mix of fruit and heat).

To go with Vinum's rare and mouthwatering bottles, we looked to the traditional land of the White Elephant. Sai Ua is a pork sausage layered in flavor with lemongrass, lime leaves, galanga, cilantro, fish sauce, garlic and Thai chillies. Open markets in northern Thailand sell the sausage to eat casually on the street, and it's at home on the table in Laos next to a salad of peanuts, chili, and ginger. (photo by Austin Bush)

During Thursday's tasting, we'll be serving house-made Sai Ua sausage sandwiches with all the traditional condiments in the Enoteca for $5 each! Stop by for a bite and a complimentary sip with the White Elephant's blessing.

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