Taste of Roma

April 3 – April 16

When thinking of Rome, one may think of the Colosseum, Pantheon or Trevi Fountain but Rome has been known for its food and wine for centuries. This is where many classic Italian dishes come from!

Zucchini Flowers

Ricotta cheese, tomato jam
Marketing_SP_Website_Icon_WineGlass_v03_2015_11_18 Fontana Candida Frascati 2015
A light, tasty wine with a dry, crisp finish that is built on a zesty citrus backbone.

Carciofo alla Roma

Artichoke hearts, garlic butter, Pecorino Romano
Marketing_SP_Website_Icon_WineGlass_v03_2015_11_18 Falesco Ferentano Roscetto 2011
Medium gold in color, aromas of tropical fruits and sweet corn complement undertones of fresh herbs and vanilla. Full-bodied with an intriguing and lingering finish.

Bucatini Amatriciana

Pancetta, spicy tomato sauce
Marketing_SP_Website_Icon_WineGlass_v03_2015_11_18 Poggio Ai Lupi Sangiovese 2015
Ruby red with an intense nose of red fruit and spice. On the palate, this wine has soft, velvety tannins that linger in the mouth for a long time.

Braised Oxtail

Chianti-braised oxtail, tomatoes, Asiago polenta
Marketing_SP_Website_Icon_WineGlass_v03_2015_11_18 Di Majo Norante ‘Ramitello’ Montepulciano Blend 2012
Aromas of plums, forest fruits, dark chocolate, leather and licorice. On the palate, a rich and velvety body pushes flavors to continue over a long and intriguing finish.

Espresso Tiramisu Trifle

Amaretto mascarpone, hazelnut cake, bittersweet chocolate
Marketing_SP_Website_Icon_WineGlass_v03_2015_11_18 Ca’Bianca Moscato 2015
Yellow straw in color with a delicate yet intense bouquet. Touches of peach, sage and hints of citrus fruits. A sweet, clean flavor is enlivened by an appealing citric note.

Tasting menu – 45
Add wine pairing – 25
Menu selections are available a la carte