Ferraro’s Announces Next Taste & Learn Featuring Piedmont’s Paitin Winery, June 20

Ferraro’s Announces Next Taste & Learn Featuring Piedmont’s Paitin Winery, June 20
Insalata Mimmo – Heirloom tomatoes, avocado, red onion, fresh mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil with balsamic vinegar

Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar invites guests to experience the next Taste and Learn, taking place Saturday, June 20 at 6 p.m. Taste & Learn is Ferraro’s popular, monthly wine-tasting dinner that provides illuminating wine education along with expertly prepared, authentic Italian small plates prepared by Executive Chef Francesco DiCaudo. Due to current public-health operating guidelines, space will be limited to 30 guests—half the usual capacity.

Each Taste & Learn offers a tour through some of Italy’s most intriguing wineries. June’s event spotlights Paitin from Piedmont, Italy. The Paitin winery, owned by the Pasquero-Elia family, was established in 1796 when Benedetto Elia purchased the farmhouse, wine cellar and surrounding vineyards from Luigi Pelissero, but the location’s wine-producing roots date as far back as the eleventh century. Paitin is known for its old-vine parcel of Sori Paitin within the Serraboella cru; Serraboella represents one of the more structured crus in Barbaresco, like Montestefano or Albeisa.

As always, Ferraro’s award-winning chef will prepare imaginative dishes to accompany each wine. The full menu follows:

Guerrieri Rizzardi, Soave Classico, 2018
Giant squid, spring vegetables, tomato relish

Paitin Nebbiolo Ca Veja, 2016
Bagna Cauda
Traditional garlic-anchovy dip, polenta, rice chips, vegetables

Paitin Barbaresco Serra, 2016
Raviolini Al Gorgonzola
Small pocket Gorgonzola cheese ravioli, mushroom ragout

Paitin Barbaresco “Sori Paitin” Serraboella, 2015
Roasted quail, artichokes, pistachio, foie gras sauce

Tickets for the all-inclusive experience are $75 and, in accordance with guidelines from state and federal health authorities, space is limited to 30 guests. To make reservations, please call (702) 364-5300.

The health and safety of our customers remains paramount. In accordance with guidelines set forth by public health agencies, Ferraro’s has enhanced our cleaning processes throughout the day and stepped up our nightly sanitization processes. We also mandate our employees always wear plastic gloves and face coverings to maintain a clean and virus-free environment. As an additional measure, Ferraro’s offers hand sanitizer stations located in multiple areas of the venue for our guests to access easily.

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