Wild Game Tasting at Halifax Features Australia’s Top Rated Wines

by Peter Candia

Chef Seadon Shouse of Halifax in Hoboken, NJ looks to show off some of his unique culinary skills October 15th at his version of a wine dinner. His meal will highlight wild game as the main component of each dish. Shouse looks to pair top-rated Australian wines with the likes of quail, ostrich, kangaroo, bison and wild boar. 

For the dinner, Halifax is teaming up with the people at Mollydooker Wines. Mollydooker Wines is a producer out of South Australia that came to be in 2005. They are known for producing spectacular wines, with many making critic’s top lists including “Wine Spectator” naming their 2012 vintage Carnival of Love Shiraz as the world’s second highest rated wine in 2014. 

Like all of the food at Halifax, Shouse will look to pair the game with seasonal and sustainable ingredients that highlight the terroir of the North Eastern United States. If you know anything about the food at Halifax, you know how memorable this meal will be. 

Tickets and information for the Wild Game Tasting at Halifax are available for purchase here. At $79 a person (plus tax and gratuity), this is not a meal to miss. The event takes place Tuesday, October 15th starting at 7:00 PM. We hope to see you there. 

Picture taken from Halifax Instagram

About the Author/s

Peter Candia is the Food + Drink Editor at New Jersey Digest. A graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, Peter found a passion for writing midway through school and never looked back. He is a former line cook, server and bartender at top-rated restaurants in the tri-state area. In addition to food, Peter enjoys politics, music, sports and anything New Jersey.

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