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The Surf Hotel & Wesley & Rose are presenting a one-of-a-kind Wine, Food & Music Collaboration. Musician & trained chef David Lawrence is joining forces with Surf Hotel & Asian Palate to produce a curated Indian-inspired feast which will be paired with world-class winery Klinker Brick Winery. This special wine-pairing dinner will be capped off with a live concert featuring David Lawrence & the Spoonful. 
Date: April 15, 2023
Dinner: 5:30pm-8pm | Show: 8pm-10:30pm
Location: Wesley & Rose and Ivy Ballroom 

Tickets: Dinner + Concert - $99.00 per person plus tax and 20% gratuity
*Secure your seat with a $50 deposit, Balance will be due upon arrival

Concert + Dessert Only (excluding dinner) - $35 in advance | $40 at the door

**21+ for dinner
*All ages welcome for the concert


Learn more about Klinker Brick Winery:

Learn more about David Lawrence & The Spoonful:


Guitarist and Songwriter David Lawrence spent his early 20's traveling throughout India and studied Indian Cuisine at one of the subcontinent's most prestigious Culinary schools, The Culinary Academy of India. After a Decade as a professional Chef, David moved on to his other passion, music. Since then David has started several successful projects including Django-inspired 'LAPOMPE' New Orleans 'Royal Street Ramblers' & most recently David Lawrence & the Spoonful. Their debut album 'Lean In' released Oct. 22' featured a wave of accolades and radio play, including 5280 Magazine, Westword, 303 Magazine and many more.

This Evening David Lawrence & the Spoonful features Rapidgrass superstars Coleman Smith & Charles Parker-Mertens, both of which have recently completed another tour performing music in India with 'The Bluegrass Journeymen'. The Spoonful will perform Americana-roots, blues, and originals, as well as songs that were learned in India.

Tickets can be purchased for the 'Dinner & Concert' which includes show tickets or 'Just Concert' tickets which include some Indian sweet treats and home-made Chai. Join us for Chaffee County and perhaps Colorado's most unique Music & Food Event.


Six Generations of Wine Making...

Steve and Lori Felten, fifth generation grape growers in the Lodi region, continue the tradition of cultivating “Old Vine” Zinfandel vineyards that their ancestors planted in the early 1900’s.
With roots in Germany, Russia and later the Dakotas, the family settled in Lodi, first producing watermelons. Recognizing that the soil and climate were ideal for growing grapes, they began to plant varieties that included Zinfandel, Tokay, Carignane, and Alicante. For over one hundred years, the family has cultivated the land with the aim of producing top quality fruit. Zinfandel was one of the first grape varieties to be planted in the Lodi appellation, although it had also been established in other parts of California.
Grapes were originally packed in boxes for shipment to the East Coast and Canada for the purpose of home winemaking. In the early days of production, nearly all of the Zinfandel grapes were shipped with the exception of grapes that were used for making wine at home.
By the mid 1930’s, grapes were sold primarily to cooperatives and larger, private wineries with a small portion of the production shipped east.
Historically, the vineyards were irrigated by flood or ditch irrigation and the inability to regulate the amount of water applied resulted in larger yields of marginal quality. In the late 1980’s, drip irrigation was introduced, providing the ability to control the amount of water applied to each vine. This resulted in the ability to control the vigor of the vine, healthier fruit and ultimately, lower yields. With the introduction of more sophisticated vineyard practices, including shoot thinning, leaf pulling, color thinning and the removal of a second crop, the ability to produce the grapes of exceptional quality was realized.
Part of the extended Felten Family includes their winemaker, Barry Gnekow, who is responsible for crafting the wines from the inaugural vintage. Barry, a Davis graduate with over 25 years of experience of winemaking, has a unique ability to bring the best of the vineyard into the cellar, year after year, producing wines of distinction for Klinker Brick.
Another extended family member is Lynne Whyte Barnard, the President of Klinker Brick Winery. Lynne has brought a wealth of entrepreneurial experience to the winery, having owned her own wholesale company and directing sales and marketing for prestigious wine producers in California. She was instrumental in the development of the Old Ghost wine, label design and has been responsible for selling all of the vintages produced to date, developing national and international distribution.
General Terms

All items are non-refundable, all sales are final.

Refund Policy

All items are non-refundable under any circumstances.

Age Restriction
**21+ for dinner *All ages welcome for the concert