Chef Addam and the Tavolàta crew are looking forward to hosting a wine dinner with two fantastic Italian wineries on Wednesday, May 13. Vie di Romans, from Friuli, and Pecchenino, from Dogliani, will both be represented at the dinner, sharing their outstanding wines.
When: Wednesday May 13, 2015 7:30PM
Cost: $165 per person
2011 Vie Di Romans ‘Piere’ Sauvignon Blanc
Mixed Salume Board, torta fritta, condiments
Burrata, baby zucchini, Taggiasca olive, arugula
2012 Vie Di Romans ‘Ciampagnis’ Chardonnay
Pan Roasted Halibut, English peas, morel mushrooms
Ricotta and Leek Ravioli, fava beans, breakfast radish, carrot sugo
2012 Pecchenino ‘Siri d’ Jermu’ Dolcetto
Pork Belly, ramps, apple mostarda
2010 Pecchenino‘Le Coste’ Barolo
Flat Iron Steak, roasted asparagus, salsa verde, garlic
Lemon Zeppole, dark chocolate sauce
Seating is limited and reservations are required. Please call 206.838.8008 to reserve your spot.
Vie di Romans is located in Friuli, one of Italy’s northernmost regions. The Gallo family has been producing wine there since 1978, and has become well known for their wonderful white wines. Bold choices in the vineyards and the winery have made Vie di Romans an outstanding producer in the region. For more information, visit viediromans.it.
The Pecchenino winery has been in operation since the late 1700’s, and run by the same family since the early 1900s. Located primarily in Dogliani and partially in Monforte d'Alba, in northern Italy, the area is especially well suited for growing the Dolcetto grape—it’s been grown there since at least 1432. The majority of the estate’s vineyards are dedicated to Dolcetto, and the remaining acreage is planted with Barbera, Nebbiolo, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. For mare information, visit pecchenino.com.