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Summer Chef Series Luncheon: Duskie Estes

Join Markham for an unforgettable luncheon featuring Napa Valley’s all-star female chefs!

Gather on Markham’s south patio for a pre-event pour before heading into the Historic Stone Cellar for a fabulous summer meal from Celebrity Chef Duskie Estes that will include Black Pig BLT Salad, buttermilk fried quail and more. We’ll be choosing some special wines from both our library and Summer release collections to share with you! Enjoy the summer sunshine, beautiful Napa Valley views, delicious food and wine and live music by Brazilian & American duo Monica Da Silva & Chad Alger.

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TICKETS:
Club: $150 | General: $165
Members: Sign in to TOCK with the email associated with your wine club account when booking your ticket.
Questions: dena@markhamvineyards.com or 707-312-2659.

Event Details

Date & Time
September 14
12:00 PM
– 2:00 PM
Venue
Markham Napa Valley Winery
Directions
SAVOR SUMMER

Food & Wine

Join us for this beautiful summer lunch from well-known local Chef Duskie Estes, served family-style

  • Black Pig BLT Salad
  • Buttermilk Fried Quail, grilled polenta, blistered Nardello peppers
  • Peach Shortcake with almond whip
  • A selection of Markham Library Wines & Current Vintages

ABOUT THE CHEF

Duskie Estes

Duskie Estes is one of the chefs, farmers and ranchers behind Black Pig Meat Co and the Black Piglet food truck. She co-operated ZAZU Kitchen + Farm in Sonoma County for nearly two decades, racking up dozes of awards. A well-known culinary figure in Sonoma and Napa Counties, Duskie has been featured on the cover of Wine Spectator, Food Network’s Next Iron Chef, Guy’s Grocery Games, Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, Guy’s Ranch Kitchen, Beat Bobby Flay, and Alex v. America as well as on PBS, OWN, Discovery+, and the Visit California commercial.

Estes is a fierce advocate for food justice. In 2023, she received the NorCal Media Farm-to-Community Leader Award and the CVNL Heart of Sonoma County Leadership Excellence Award for her leadership rescuing fruits and vegetables from Sonoma County farms and backyards to feed marginalized families.