We’ve been loving this blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay from one of our favorite producers of Barolo, Paolo Scavino.
Fresh and bright in the glass with lush fruit flavors, it’s just the thing to take the edge off of a warm Texas day.
Currently by the glass at Siena.
And don’t forget to ask your server about Scavino’s “declassified” Barolo: a “Langhe Nebbiolo” made from grapes from the winery’s Barolo harvest!
Happy summer, everyone!
Please note that specials are subject to availability.
Valid through Wednesday, June 12, 2013.
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Above: Neil Bernardi (left), Duckhorn winemaker, and Ashley O’Leary, Duckhorn sales manager for Texas, were the hosts of last night’s amazing event.
Above: Chef Harvey out did himself, as always, with “crostini with pea and pancetta purée, white corn polenta fritelle with goat cheese cream and grilled leeks, and a seafood terrine of lump crab, Gulf Shrimp and Redfish in a red chili-orange oil.”
Above: What a great group of food and wine lovers at last night’s dinner! If you’d like a high-resolution version of one of the images, please don’t hesitate to email our webmaster Jeremy by clicking here.