Fine Wine Dining is Alive and Well at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Chef Bruno Davaillon is a brilliant chef. His rendition of fresh Maine lobster, poached rhubarb slices, crunchy blood sausage made with lardo and leeks, served in reduction of lobster broth and Syrah was maybe my favorite meal of 2012.

Occasionally the Mansion hosts wine dinners. I’m not sure, but I think they only market them through their newsletters. The small events sell out fast. Each time I receive a notice, I want to go. The food and wine pairings are brilliant. If you aren’t on their email blast, sign up now. Perhaps there is still room for the fall Burgundy dinner on Oct. 23. It  features De Montille wines and Davaillon’s decadent five-course meal. Canapes are back! Rejoice and check the attack for your old fondue pot. It could happen again.

Jump for Bruno’s menu.

Dinner Menu
Canapes,  DeuxMontilles Bourgogne Blanc 2009

Steamed Cod with Mushrooms, Leek, Caviar and Blanquette Sauce,  De Montille, Beaune Blanc 1er cru Les Aigrots 2008

Seared Scallops with Fennel Puree, Apple and Lemon Brown Butter,   De Montille Meursault Les Vireuils 2009

Braised Sweetbread with Celeriac Ravioli and Banyuls Vinegar Reduction.  De Montille Volnay 1er cru Les Champans 2007

Roasted Pheasant, Charred Eggplant, Turnip and Foie Gras-Miso Sauce.  De Montille Pommard 1er cru Les Pezerolles 2008

Apple Confit with Vanilla Chiboust and Caramel Ice Cream

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek2821 Turtle Creek Blvd.


7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23


Call 214.443.4747 for reservations$175 per person, inclusive of tax and gratuity