Enhancing Wining and Dining Experiences From the Renown to Little Known Locals

In 1982, Stephen Williams founded The Antique Wine Company in London, England. Specializing in fine and rare wines, the company has expanded to 70 countries with a clientele of over 20,000 with cellars carrying over 10,000 bottles of the finest vintages in the world. In 2006, a 135 year collection of the Grand Chateau Series containing the entire vintages from 1860 to 2003 was sold by The Antique Wine Company for $1.5 million. This price for a single wine series was one of the highest ever paid. In July, 2011, the world record was broken by The Antique Wine Company for selling the most valuable white wine ever. The wine was a bottle of 1811 Chateau d’Yquem. It sold for 75,000 British pounds, or the US equivalent of $111,600.00. In November, 2011, in Beaune, France at the wine auction held at the Hospice de Beaune, The Antique Wine Company bought the top lot known as La Piece de la President for 110,000 francs, or the US equivalent of $109,649.13.
In the heart of Warrenville Heights, Ohio, Frederick’s Wine & Dine introduces an innovative way of wining and dining for the local residents. Uniquely designed to attract a crowd of diversity, and exude a lively atmosphere, the new Frederick’s renovation has an expanded capacity for seating over 110 guests to enjoy the distinctive cuisine, and listen to the talentedly, mellow sounds of live jazz. Frederick Parks, the owner and head chef, uses his creativity and passion when preparing his exclusive dishes. His conviction regarding cooking and what it means to be a good chef begins with acquiring the highest quality ingredients from nearby markets and avoiding limiting himself to rule, but instead using the fundamental cooking principles, and the expertise of a well-trained staff. Daily, food and drink specials are offered in a friendly ambiance where Frederick’s is committed to ensuring an individualized dining experience.
Wine & Dine Wisconsin is the ideal place to sip, taste and be educated in a luxurious way. Winers and diners can enjoy sampling wines and microbrews, artful cocktails, and the bite-sized examples of what to expect in Milwaukee’s trendiest restaurants.