Highlights From Feast at the Foundry
From out of this world food to dancing under the stars, we had a wonderful evening supporting the Knight Foundry in Sutter Creek. We served our newly released Tempranillo with grilled grits - a delightful pairing. We're excited to have been a part of the effort to help restore this historic California treasure!
About the Knight Foundry
The Knight Foundry was established in 1873 by Sammuel Knight. It is recognized as a National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark and a California Registered Historical Landmark. The Foundry is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been named by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of America’s eleven most endangered historic places. Learn more about the Knight Foundry and how you can help, from donating to volunteering, here.
Photos by Justin Allen
Top left to right: Le Mulet Rouge bottle stoppers; grilled grits paired with Le Mulet Rouge Tempranillo; grilled shishito peppers; bacon on a stick; local musician Michael Sallstrom; Feast at the Foundry table setting; Feast at the Foundry farm table by Stevenz Company; The Pine Street Ramblers band; dancing under the stars.