Our final Fine-Dining evening was enjoyed at Lilian’s FAVORITE restaurant, La Caille, a lovely country French unique dining setting, seated on acreage at the base of Little Cottonwood canyon below Snowbird/Alta, complete with peacocks strolling the property (and wintering by the fireplace chimneys on the roof), swans and ducks paddling in the ponds, as well as an expanding vineyard producing local wines. Now recovered from a tumultuous and tragic past under a new owner, each year presents fresh venues and upgrades! The menu remains French at the core, including escargot (we passed), with delicious and elegant offerings! Shawn W. brought a multifaceted L’Ecole No. 41 Perigee Seven Hills 2013 from Walla Walla Valley, that complemented the meal perfectly! We enjoyed excellent service from our waiter, also named Shawn, and a visit and wine discussion by the manager Layne Dansie, who we met last year. A wonderful evening, to be repeated next year!
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