Montepulciano Wine Dinner at Tavolàta Belltown

Tavolàta in Belltown is hosting a wine dinner with Sabatino di Properzio of La Valentina on the evening of Wednesday, September 14. The four-course communal feast will be paired with the wonderful wines of Italy’s rugged Abruzzo region.

Sabatino will be in attendance to talk about the Montepulciano wines, and Chef Addam has created a wonderful menu for the evening.

What: Wine Dinner
Where: Tavolàta Belltown
When: Wednesday, September 14th at 7PM
Cost: $95 per person
Reservations: 206.838.8008

The Menu 


Oysters on the half shell
Warm Almonds, sea salt
Castelvetrano olives
Dungeness Crab, avocado mousse, citrus

2015 La Valentina Pecorino Bianco


Burrata, peach, uni
Lemon Ricotta Arancini
Fried Padron Peppers
Little Gem Salad, shallot vinaigrette, radish

2014 La Valentina Montepulciano d'Abruzzo


Strozzapretti, beef cheek ragu, 24-month Parmigiano-Reggiano
Tonnarelli, cracked pepper, truffles, egg yolk

2011 La Valentina ‘Spelt’ Montepulciano d'Abruzzo


2lb. Porterhouse Steak, roasted chanterelle mushrooms, red wine-huckleberry sauce

Sides: Montepulciano Wine Risotto, Salt-Roasted Potatoes, Market Vegetable

2010 Binomio Montepulciano d'Abruzzo


Valrhona Chocolate Cremoso, 66% Dark Caraibe Valrhona, cocoa nib shortbread crumble

Join us for an informative evening celebrating great Italian wines alongside wonderful dishes. Call the restaurant at 206.838.8008 to save your spot.

About La Valentina

La Valentina Farm is located in the hills overlooking Spoltore in Central Italy. The owners, Sabatino, Roberto e Andrea Di Properzio, have been running the company since 1994, with a continuous effort to keep improving quality and to achieve recognition for the high-quality DOC wines from the Abruzzo region. The owners have become deeply familiar with the land, and have produced more and more authentic wines as the years have gone on. They intervene as little as possible in the natural process of winemaking, adhering to the belief that high-quality DOC wine “has the mark of the vine on its grapes.” They trust the unique micro-climate of their region to create distinctive wines, and are invested in using the most sustainable practices possible. For more information, visit