Soleil, in Destin, Florida, will be hosting a Black Stallion Estate Winery Dinner Friday, December 15, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $96 per person. Black Stallion Estate Winery has recently been named 2023 American Winery of the Year by Wine Enthusiast. This dinner will highlight some of the winery’s best varietals and feature a menu by Soleil’s Executive Chef – Chef Luis Rosado. Reservations are currently available online through the Resy app, at soleildestin.com, or by calling 850-353-2867.
The meal will start with the Black Stallion Sauvignon Blanc and Artichoke Cream Soup with a blackened breaded oyster. The second course will feature the Black Stallion Chardonnay accompanied by bibb lettuce, ricotta-bleu cheese spread, smoked tomato, pork belly crisp, dill pickle onion, bread sticks. On the third course, the Black Stallion Cabernet Sauvignon will be poured, and guests will choose between Sliced Beef Tenderloin, pecorino-prosciutto Crust, Steamed Tournant Potatoes, anise scented baby carrots OR Scallop and Shrimp Stuffed Cannelloni, with Spanish cream sauce and cheese tuile. The dinner will finish with a dark chocolate pot de créme, black cherry compote paired with Black Stallion Encore.
Soleil, a beachfront restaurant and bar located in Destin, Florida features coastal modern cuisine. Guests delight in the elevated dining experience set with a backdrop of the Gulf of Mexico. Seasonally evolving menus blended with a sense of warmth and belonging to match the naturally exquisite setting of sun, sand, and sea. Soleil’s top-notch service philosophy and world-class cuisine standards provide a dining experience you won’t soon forget.
ABout Black Stallion Winery:
Black Stallion Winery is located in the Oak Knoll District, a grape growing region in the southern half of the Napa Valley. The name Black Stallion pays homage to the rich history of the 32 acre estate which was once home to the Silverado Horsemans’ Center. The equestrian center featured an indoor riding track, numerous training rings, breeding facilities and an outdoor arena that seated 3,000 spectators. After more than two years of construction, Black Stallion Winery opened its doors in 2007. The indoor track now houses winemaking production but remnants of the original horse stalls are still visible today. In 2010, Black Stallion Winery was purchased by the Indelicato Family, one of the leading family-owned wine producers in the country with the third generation active in continuing the tradition of producing fine wines. Black Stallion Wines are crafted in small case lots available at the Winery. Nationally, Black Stallion Estate Winery Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are available in fine wine shops and restaurants.