The Unti family (unlike many other winemakers on our list) make estate wines--Wines made from their Dry Creek Valley vineyards they own and, in even for some, have planted. With a deep connection to the land, they make wine from grapes with long histories in Dry Creek or in the warmer parts of Southern Europe that inspire them.
As always, the dinner runs all evening, only $48 for three-courses and $24 for Mick's three wines (though he will be bring more for comparison pairings), so make a reservation via OpenTable for anytime.
Cured halibut, citrus, artichoke, fennel
Cuvee Blanc, Dry Creek Valley, 2013
Morels, asparagus, spring onion, potato, aged goat cheese
Rose, Dry Creek Valley, 2014 +Barbera, Dry Creek Valley, 2012
Grilled skirt steak, smashed butter beans, snap peas, confit garlic, marjoram
Cuvee Foudre, Dry Creek Valley, 2012
+Sangiovese, Dry Creek Valley, 2012