Corvina, one of Italy’s noble red grape varieties (WINE DINNER FEB. 3)
Above: The Corvina grape from northeastern Italy is used to produce Amarone della Valpolicella and Valpolicella Classico, two of Italy’s most noble red wines. The grape is known for its distinctive almond note and its seductive texture and aroma. We’ll be tasting a wide range of wines made from Corvina at the February 3 wine dinner (see details below).
ALLEGRINI WINE DINNER
Wednesday, February 3, 2016, 6:30 p.m.
Please call (512) 349-7667 to reserve.
Siena Ristorante Toscana is thrilled to announce our first wine dinner for 2016: “Allegrini, the Wines of Romeo and Juliet with top somm Kim Wood”.
On Wednesday, February 3, leading sommelier Kim Wood (formerly of Jean Georges Steakhouse in Las Vegas) will be pouring the legendary wines of Allegrini from Verona, where Romeo once wooed Juliet.