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Savor Gastropub's 'Savor the End of the Day with Rosé' Special

Today is National Wine Day (if you needed a reason to have a glass of wine today, cheers and you're welcome) so it feels like the perfect time to tell you about a new rosé special they're doing down at Savor Gastropub at Klyde Warren Park.

First, let me lead off by telling you that Savor is so much more than a gastropub. Savor is a true neighborhood gem, complete with stellar hospitality and stunning views in every direction, from inside (the building is all glass) or out on their gorgeous covered patio. 

For a limited time, they're hosting a 'Savor the End of the Day with Rosé' daily special, where you can "wine down" each day with specially priced glasses of rosé and cheese boards for $12 each. Perfect for the spring and summer, the featured wine is Terlato Wines’ Mathilde Chapoutier Cotes de Provence Rosé Grand Ferrage. Poured from chilled double magnums,(that's THREE LITERS OF WINE, y'all) the Grand Ferrage Rosé is a delightful accompaniment to the unbeatable views of Klyde Warren.

The creator of Cotes de Provence Rosé Grand Ferrage, Mathilde Chapoutier wanted to create her own rosé at her estate after being inspired by her travels around the world and specifically, in France. Her rosé is very easy to drink, with aromas of peaches, citrus and other exotic fruits. The Rosé Grand Ferrage scored 90 points by Robert Parker and the Wine Advocate. 

The wine complements cheeses of all sorts stunningly. To pair with the featured wine, Savor is offering a cheese board pairing (also $12). The board features cheeses from around the world. At our hosted Happy Hour event, Marco of Scardello Cheese was on hand to tell us about the select cheeses: 
  • Bayley Hazen Blue – Made with cow’s milk, this cheese has a fudge-like texture with a toasted nut and peppery flavor from Jasper Hill Farms in Greensboro, Vermont. 
  • Challerhocker- From St. Gallen Switzerland, this cow’s milk cheese is creamy and mild with an aroma of truffles. 
  • Brabander Gouda—Created with goat’s milk from Santpoort Noord Holland, the flavor is mild, but decadent. This cheese has a buttery and nutty caramel flavor with hay notes and a hint of gamey goat. 
Experience the pairings daily from 4:00-7:00 p.m. 

Pro tip: Savor Gastropub offers complimentary valet. 

Other pro tip: Order the lobster puffs. Cheers!

                Savor Gastropub
      2000 Woodall Rodgers Fwy
      Dallas, TX 75201

Savor Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

*My visit was comped by the restaurant, however, as always, all opinions remain my own. Remember that Dining with Delia Jo only posts what she likes.


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