If you would like more information about the following events, please call us at 303-442-6966.
|Monday February 23rd||The Wines of Robert Biale With Winemaker Tres Goetting|
The Biale family are undeniably at the top of the food chain when it comes to old vine Zinfandel and Petite Sirah. Begun by Aldo Biale in 1937, the winery is located just east of Highway 29, north of the town of Napa itself. The specialty here is for concentrated, rich wines based on old vines. The wood used is predominantly French oak and while the wines are always ripe and full bodied they are also balanced and show enticing savor,and, particularly in the case of the Monterosso Vineyard, undeniably express terroir; there is a clear and pronounced volcanic spice to be found in this wine.
|Monday March 2nd||Art Culinaire Book Dinner featuring Scarpetta Wines|
Art Culinaire has been a longtime front-runner in showcasing lengthy industry features, beautifully intensive photography and detailed recipes that inspire every quarter.
We are proud to have been published in the first issue of 2015. The hardcover quarterly is a beautiful collector's item, and we hope you will enjoy it as much as we have.
This will be a truly special night to celebrate all things Frasca! We are thrilled to have co-publisher, Lars Ryssdal, join us for this evening. Chef Lachlan will work with our culinary team to re-create some of the recipes featured in Art Culinaire, so you can follow right along!
In addition to the menu, we will be pouring Bobby & Lachlan's own wine label, Scarpetta, to pair with the dishes.
Details: (Reservations are accepted from 5:30 to 9:30PM)
Price: $65.00 per person includes 4-course menu & signed copy of Art Culinaire. Optional wine flight is additional. (Does not include taxes and gratuities)
To make your reservation, please call 303.442.6966
|Monday, March 9th||Barbaresco with Claudia Cigliuti|
We are very excited to welcome back Claudia Cigliuti for a second Monday night dinner at Frasca. Her family creates some of the most profound and long lived Barbaresco's from the Neive based crus of Bricco di Neive and Serraboella. The higher limestone content makes for extraordinarily structured, but also highly expressive wines. This will be an all red flight.
|Monday, March 16th||Billecart-Salmon with Geoffrey Loisel|
All Champagne, all night! Billecart-Salmon US sales director Geoffrey Loisel joins us to pour an all sparkling flight from one of the most prestigious houses in Champagne. The Billecart family has been in Mareuil-sur-Ay since the 16th century. Billecart-Salmon in 1818, making them the longest continuously family owned and operated house in Champagne.
|Monday, March 23rd||Craft Wines with Paul Stroud|
Former Napa Valley sommelier, Paul Stroud, has rapidly become one our most important sources of cutting edge, under the radar California wine. Bringing in compelling wines like Ceritas, Jolie-Laide, Ferdinand, Drew Family Cellars, and Wilde Farm has enabled Paul to kick off his distributor project with a bang. Not to be missed.
|Monday, March 30th||The Wines of Presqu'ile with Matt Murphy|
Matt Murphy, whose family owns Santa Barbara Valley based Presqu'ile Winery, makes a return visit for a Monday night. The winery is located in the Santa Maria Valley in the northern extent of the county, and is one of the few valleys on the west coast of North or South America that runs transverse to the ocean. This climatic influence, coupled with the wine-making approach of talented winemaker Dieter Cronjes, makes for elegant and balanced Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc.
Istituto Frasca Per Il Vino (University of Wine)|
Join us for an educational evening led by Bobby Stuckey, Master Sommelier. Each Istituto class is limited to 20 students, and focuses on a specific wine region or style, accompanied by a wine flight.
To purchase your seat, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.442.0608
| Austria||Tuesday, April 14th||6PM - 8PM||$235|
| Austria||Thursday, April 16th||6PM - 8PM||$235|
* Price includes class, wine flight, workbook, tax and gratuity.
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