Fall Truffle Festival
November 1 – 30
Held in high esteem, truffles are the highlight of Italian culinary tradition. Known as the “diamond of the kitchen,” truffles are one of the most desirable gourmet foods available throughout the world. Enjoy the unique flavors of this iconic ingredient expertly paired with world-class wines.
TRUFFLE RICOTTA BRUSCHETTA
Fig, almond, truffle honey
White Burgundy, JJ Vincent & Fils Burgundy, France 2016
The nose is fresh and fruity, ripe and round with discrete vanilla and brioche scents. Overall, the wine is nicely balanced, fresh and elegant with a long finish.
Filet mignon, arugula, Pecorino Tartufo, tunata sauce,shaved black truffle, truffle oil
Barolo, Terre Del Barolo Piedmont 2014
Rose petal, underbrush and a hint of nutmeg lead the nose. The fresh linear palate offers cranberry, red cherry and a note of white pepper.
BUCATINI PASTA CON PESTO
Truffle pesto, Pecorino Tartufo, shaved black truffle
Vermentino, Poggio al Tesoro ‘Sole Sole’ Tuscany 2017
Intense Mediterranean aromas, expressing a textured combination of aromatic herbs and citrus notes. The palate exhibits a satisfying savoriness, minerality and a structure that promises great longevity.
SEARED DUCK BREAST
Butternut squash purée, black currant gastrique, shaved black truffle
Sangiovese, Fattoria La Lecciaia Tuscany 2015
Earthy aromas of wild berries and blackberry, with floral notes ofherbs, mocha and baking spices. Full-bodied, and rich on the palate.
SMOKED SHORT RIB
Gorgonzola polenta, shaved black truffle
Cabernet Sauvignon, Textbook Napa Valley, California 2016
Aromas of black fruit and oak. Flavors of plums and blueberries. Excellent acid structure and a soft elegant finish.