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Alba Osteria Hosts Southern Italy Wine Dinner

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Date/Time
Sun, Mar 16, 2014
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Alba Osteria


WHAT: Alba Osteria is hosting a Southern Italy Wine Dinner on Sunday, March 16th at 6 PM featuring wines from importer Alberto Panella of The Grappoli Group. Priced at $75 per person, (tax and gratuity excluded), the menu will consist of five courses prepared by Executive Chef Roberto Donna and Chef de Cuisine Amy Brandwein. Each course will be paired with delicious Italian wines, including 2012 Castellucci Miano, Cararrano “Miano”; 2011 D’Angelo, Aglianico Igt Basilicata; 2010 Duca Carlo Guarin, Primitvo “Vigne Vecchie”; 2010 Duca Carlo Guarini, Negroamaro “Tenuta Piutri”; and 2009 Duca Carlo Guarini, Negroamaro Passito “Rarum”. The complete menu is listed below.

WHEN: Sunday March 16 at 6 PM, limited seating is available and reservations are required by calling (202) 733-4454.

WHERE: Alba Osteria is located at 425 I (Eye) Street, NW, four blocks from the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro accessible on the Red, Yellow and Green Lines, and four blocks from the Judiciary Square Metro accessible on the Red Line. www.AlbaOsteriaDC.com

WHY: Alberto Panella’s Grappoli Imports Ltd. is a small distributor in the Washington, DC region, focused on quality, regional-driven Italian wines. With producers from California, Virginia, as well as Italy, Grappoli has an extensive portfolio of red, white, rose, sparkling and dessert wines, providing something perfect for everyone’s palate.

From a press release. Featured image courtesy Stacy Z. Goldberg.
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