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Winter Wineland

 

Tel’Veh Wine Bar Rolls out Cozy Agenda to Warm the Senses this Holiday Season

 

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Since it’s inception last May, Tel’veh Wine Bar has quickly transformed into a top-tier DC wine destination.  This winter season, Tel’Veh introduces tantalizing new menu items paired with events to enhance the unique experience already shared by it’s following.  Daily selections of savory small plates, charcuterie and hard-to-find wines will be complimented with upcoming educational classes, exclusive food & wine specials and live entertainment.  Its fanbase is getting geared up.

Tel’Veh:  Where Winter is Hot..

 

 

Tel’Veh Wine Masterclasses:

Second Wednesdays, starting November 13th  |  8:00pm to 9:30pm  |  $45

House Sommelier César Valez journeys through wine basics with guided taste tests of grape varietals, hands on experience for matching the subtle aromas found in wine, differentiation of old world and new world wines, wine label reading & ordering, cork vs. screw caps and much more.  Classes are 90 minutes in length.

 

Tel’Veh Oyster Classes:

First Wednesdays, starting November 6th  |  8:00pm to 9:30pm  |  $45

Daniel Beck of The Oyster Company, brings over 23 years of industry shellfish experience to the masses; with lessons in oyster history, flavor profiles and wine and meal pairings.  Classes are 90 minutes in length.

 

New Menu Items:

This Winter season, Tel’Veh introduces a selection of Flatbreads, three new seafood plates, and three new meat dishes.

 

FLATBREADS

Florentine- Spinach, leeks, onions, feta, and egg (crispy bacon topping optional)

Piada- Sundried tomato paste, mozzarella, prosciutto and dates

Crescia- Pesto, Rosemary, mozzarella, tomatoes, and garlic oil

 

SEAFOODS

Shellfish Saganaki- Served with shrimp, calamari, mussels and clams with ‘Mastiha’ sauce

Branzino- Seared and stuffed with spinach and feta

Tuna Tartare- Served with cucumbers and honey mint yogurt

 

MEAT

Little Veal Quails- Stuffed with pesto, asparagus, and ricotta topped with Madeira sauce

Yiouvetsi- Braised rack of lamb with orzo, Kasseri cheese and tomatoes

Pancetta- Pan roasted with herbs and sweet molasses sauce

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Live Jazz: 

Every Thursday Tel’Veh will feature live soloists, duos or trios playing a wide assortment of classic, Brazilian, smooth and Afro-Cuban jazz to further enhance it’s ambiance.  Performers have been chosen from across the region to fill the winter roster starting Thursday, October 24.

 

Tel’Veh Wine Bar, located at 401 Mass Ave NW is the sister restaurant to Agora, located on 17th street in Dupont Circle.  Tel’Veh is a celebrated Mediterranean café and wine bar offering eclectic small plates and over 300 carefully curated wines.  The intimate 60-seat café and wine bar also features flatbreads, various seafood, charcuterie and meat boards, as well as various cold and warm cheese boards that complement the thoughtful selection of global wines. An assortment of house-made sandwiches and salads and are also available.

The wine bar is equipped with a Vinotemp Wine Dispenser; a temperature and humidity-controlled wine system that preserves open bottles of wine with nitrogen gas. Tel’Veh is one of only a handful of restaurants in Washington, DC, with such wine preservation technology. The restaurant’s wine list is organized by region with an emphasis on New World and Old World varietals. A selection of 300 wines are available by the bottle and 52 wines available by the glass.


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