Caymus Wine Dinner

Thursday October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29

4-COURSE PAIRED DINNER
$150/PERSON
(INCLUSIVE OF TAX & GRATUITY)

Our 2020 Wine Dinner series has returned!

With the health and well-being of our guests and team members as our top priority, the Wine Dinner experience at Ruth’s Chris has been re-imagined to ensure you are able to celebrate some of the world’s best wines in a comfortable and safe environment.

We look forward to welcoming you back with our second dinner in the series featuring Caymus Vineyards. The Wagner family’s hands-on approach to winemaking has led to the creation of some of the world’s best wines.  Join us as we discover some of the family’s favourites this October.

RESERVATIONS ARE VERY LIMITED.
PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL US DIRECTLY TO SECURE YOUR SEAT.
CALL 780-990-0123
EMAIL [email protected]

 

SALAD

BEET SALAD
  • paired with EMMOLO SAUVIGNON BLANC

SOUP

BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP
  • paired with SEA SUN PINOT NOIR

ENTREE

FILET WITH CREMINI MUSHROOMS
  • paired with CAYMUS CABERNET SAUVIGNON

DESSERT

PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE
  • paired with QUAILS’ GATE GEWURZTRAMINER paired with RUTH’S SPECIALTY COFFEE

CAYMUS HISTORY

WAGNER FAMILY OF WINES
In 1971 Charles F. (Charlie) Wagner and his wife Lorna Belle Glos Wagner asked their son Charles J. (Chuck) Wagner, who had just graduated from high school, if he would be interested in joining them in starting up a winery. If Chuck declined the offer, Charlie and Lorna were planning to sell out of their ranch in Napa Valley and move to Australia. Chuck accepted his parents’ offer to launch the winery, Caymus Vineyards. The Wagners produced their first vintage in 1972, consisting of 240 cases of Cabernet Sauvignon. Since then, Caymus has focused their efforts in the production of quality Cabernet Sauvignon. Today’s production is 65,000 cases. Caymus Vineyards remains 100% family-owned by the Wagners. Charlie, Lorna Belle, and Chuck worked together as a remarkable team for over 30 years building Caymus Cabernet. Today, Chuck, his two sons, Charlie and Joe, and one daughter, Jenny, have joined the family team. Farming grapes remain the priority with the family farming about 350 acres of choice Napa Valley land. The Wagners took the name Caymus from the Mexican land grant known as Rancho Caymus, given to George Yount in 1836, which encompassed what eventually became the town of Rutherford and much of the surrounding area.
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