Sat, May 02|
SOLD OUT GRAZIE MILLE Virtual Sardinia Wine Tasting Event
The Perfect Social Distancing Wine Dinner Event
Time & Location
May 02, 2020, 6:30 PM
About the Event
May 2nd: Sardinia Wine Dinner "Live to be 100" Could Sardinian wine hold the secret to good health?
Guest Speaker Alfonso Gagliano, Sella & Mosca North American Brand Ambassador joining us from Italy
Where: In your home with Zoom, pasta and main course to be provided by Alfredo, of Alfredo Osteria, Easton, MD
When: 6:30 PM
Cost: $145 including taxes, 4 bottles of the wines we are tasting & 4 courses made for 2 servings each
Fun, informative evening, learn about Sardinia wines & foods and their Blue Zone of health!
We are giving you a break this time from the cooking for this virtual wine dinner, originally scheduled at Alfredo's in March! You will learn about the Blue Zone Living in Sardinia, and the role the wine plays in that healthy and happy lifestyle, and the other Sardinian food products in our meal such as their amazing Olive Oil, salt, flat bread, sheep cheese pecorino, beans, and we even have the Blue Zones Kitchen cookbook so you can prepare your own Blue Zone meals another time. The wines are amazing and the foods are as well, hope you can join us! I will send out the Zoom information to join the dinner after you confirm the reservation.
Limited tickets available please contact email@example.com with your contact info to purchase.
Here is the menu with Sella & Mosca Award Winning Wines:
Terre Bianche Torbato Alghero DOC 2018, 92 Pts JS
Just awarded a Tre Bicchiere Award! One of Top 100 White Wines in Italy
Pane Carasau Flatbread & Pecorino Sardo Dolce
La Cala Vermentino 2017, 94 Pts James Suckling
Shrimp & Cannellini Beans with Lemon Oil
Carignano del Sulcis Terre Rare Riserva DOC 2014, 100% Carignano
Malloreddus Pasta with Duck Ragu
Cannonau di Sardegna Riserva DOC 2016: 100% Cannonau, 91 Pts James Suckling
‘A glass of Cannonau every day is good, two are even better’
Lamb Shank with White Beans & Sauteed Greens
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