P ost M eridian Summer 2009 Dessert Menu Artisan cheese selection (please see below for description) 1 variety $6 - 3 varieties $14 - all 6 varieties $23 Hidalgo Clásica Cream Sherry Roasted peach with star anise-vanilla syrup & whipped cream $8 2006 Ventana Riesling Meyer lemon tart with raspberry coulis $8 Vignalta Moscato Bianco Pluot & blackberry cobbler with whipped cream $9 2004 Chateau Grand Piquey Sauternes Marzipan, strawberry or rose-vanilla ice cream Meyer lemon or Santa Rosa plum sorbet $6 2001 Ehn Chardonnay BA Crème brûlée $8 Hidalgo Clásica Cream Sherry Chocolate-cinnamon gâteau-flan $9 (please let your server know in advance, if you would like this selection) 1995 Smith Woodhouse Late Bottled Vintage Port Organic, local & sustainable ingredients are the first choice in our kitchen. 1568 Oak View Avenue @ Colusa Circle Kensington, California 94706 (510) 525-1350 Artisan Cheese Selection Grape clusters & levain garnish small & large cheese plates Our West Coast cheese selection includes: Cowgirl Creamery’s Mt. Tam, a buttery triple-cream of organic Jersey cow’s milk. Pt. Reyes Station (Marin County) Redwood Hill Camellia, a Camembert-style soft-ripened goat cheese from a Certified Humane farm. Sebastopol (Sonoma County) Bellwether Farm’s Pepato a raw, salty-sweet semi-soft sheep’s milk cheese speckled with whole peppercorns. Valley Ford (Sonoma County) Tumalo Farm’s Classico, a complex, aromatic farmstead Gouda-style goat cheese with butterscotch notes. Bend, Oregon Matos Cheese Factory’s St. George, a cheddar-esque cow’s milk cheese from a traditional Azorean recipe. Santa Rosa (Sonoma County) Bellwether Farm’s San Andreas a raw, Pecorino-style semi-firm sheep’s milk cheese. Valley Ford (Sonoma County) Choose 1 variety $6 Your choice of 3 varieties $14 All 6 cheeses $23 Hidalgo Clásica Cream Sherry Organic, local & sustainable ingredients are the first choice in our kitchen.
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