On Wednesday, May 3rd, chef Cathal Armstrong & Restaurant Eve would like to invite you to a special wine dinner featuring RdV Vineyards & Linden Vineyards and the opportunity to taste outstanding wines from two award winning producers from Virginia specially paired with a spectacular six-course dinner showcasing local bounty. 

Wednesday, May 3 • 7 PM

$225 per guest (plus tax and gratuity)
Please RSVP by contacting us at (703) 706-0450, or

About the Vineyards


“There are many attractive wines made in Virginia, but what marks de Vink’s wines out is their density, without heaviness or marked alcohol. I suspect they will have a long and glorious life and, doubtless, raise the bar for other vignerons in the native state of America’s most famous wine-loving president.” — Jancis Robsinson

“Striking out on his own after an apprenticeship under famed Virginia winegrower Jim Law, Rutger de Vink devoted three years and 100 test holes to identifying RdV’s stone-ridden sweet spot of poor soils where highvigour vines perform best. A soil scientist first identified it as ‘nothing but a pile of rocks’. Only three harvests later, RdV is regularly named among the state’s best producers.” —


“Like the Bordeaux wines Law holds as his benchmark, Linden Vineyards’ wines are designed to age well and to reflect the variables in each year’s harvest. Law’s approach to winemaking is not the only thing reflective of Europe; he is also committed to the “small is beautiful” mentality. More vines, more space, and more events do not interest Jim Law. He takes great delight in receiving national and international recognition within the industry, which is granted on a regular basis. But what is even more pleasurable to him is what you will find him doing on a daily basis: tending to the vines he planted decades ago and striving to always represent the character of his vineyards in the glass of the Virginia wine drinker.” — Flavor Magazine