The first hour was a cocktail hour outside, complete with ice sculptures and an ice bar.
Breezy and I naturally got the blueberry martinis because they were served via an ice luge. They dumped the drink in the top of the ice lighthouse and it came out the bottom nicely chilled!
We transitioned from savory to sweet with a flight of chocolate wine. I was highly skeptical because I couldn't imagine red wine and chocolate together. You didn't even taste the wine. It just tasted like Bailey's. I especially liked the espresso and whipped cream flavors.
Then it was dessert time. The beer truffles from Wilbur's sounded better than they were. But their almond brittle was amazing!