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Broken Earth Winery Dinner at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sacramento

November 16 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Experience an exquisite multi-course meal paired with wines from the Broken Earth Winery portfolio.

Your dining experience at Council Oak Steaks and Seafood at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain takes you on a culinary journey that will exceed your palate’s expectations and introduce you to Broken Earth Winery.

Broken Earth Winery’s story begins at Continental Vineyards. A 2500-acre parcel of land quietly harboring stories of hard-working caballeros, cattle barons and grape growers whose dedication and vision shaped this place.

Originally named Rancho Tierra Rejada “Land of worked earth”, it is the determination of those who preceded us, and Broken Earth’s care for this land that makes their wines unique. Their wines are a bold representations of the place where they were born. Crafted with minimal intervention to reflect the soil, fruit and character of this place.

Broken Earth Winery encompasses a philosophy to provide wine that reflects the personality of where it is sustainably grown and the personality of its talented craftsmen, the winemaker and his crew.

Director of Winemaking, Chris Cameron, has over 40 harvests in hand and offers a wealth of experience spanning many countries and many continents. Chris arrived on the Central Coast of California just in time for the 2007 harvest and has since used his determination to interpret and enhance the quality of Paso Robles’ wine.

They will be serving a set menu, so if you have any dietary restrictions, please be sure to inform them in advance so that they can make an accommodation.


Starter – Garlic Prawns with Avocado Crostini

Salad – California Fig and Farro Salad

Entrée – Savory Herb and Shallot Bread Pudding with Crispy Stuffed Quail and Blueberry Gastrique

Dessert – Banana Crème Brulee

*Gratuity and Tax Included

Tickets: $90

Age 21+

*Gratuity and tax included


November 16
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm