June Wine in the Wind

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Event:
June Wine in the Wind
Start:
June 8, 2014 2:00 pm
End:
June 8, 2014 5:00 pm
Adults:
$99.00
Category:
,
Phone:
410-263-7837
Location:
Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel
Address:
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80 Compromise Street, Annapolis, MD, 21401, United States
Sold Out:
Yes
Wine in the Wind, Woodwind in a glass!

Join us for a three hour sail around the Bay sampling wonderful wines from Tuscan region of Italy.  A representative from the wineries will introduce you to these special wines. This will be a relaxing sail including afternoon hors d’oeuvres, soft drinks and four samples of wine. Depart Annapolis at 2:00pm, return at 5:00pm.

Price: $99 per person. Maximum 35 guests.

Food Pairings to go with each Wine Taste (3 ounce pours)

Fresh Mozzerella, Grilled Eggplant, Oven Roasted Tomato Skewer w/ Basil Oil
Beef and Sweet Pea Filled Risotto Ball on bed of Caramelized Onion Marmalade
Thick Cut Bruschetta Topped w/ capocolla, fresh sliced fig and cracked black pepper
Seared Shrimp w/ Pesto

Buffet to be served after tasting:

Italian Cheeses, Gorgonzola-Honey-Pinenut Spread, Melon Wrapped w/ Fresh Proscutto
Roasted Sweet Pepper Flatbread

Tommasi Winery, Veneto
 Ninth Generation Family owned and operated Estates

2012 Tommasi Soave, “Le Volpare”
This is the wine that GI’s discovered in Italy during WW II and opened American eyes to Italian wine. The best Soaves produced from the Garganega grape are grown on the steep hillsides of the region. This single vineyard wine comes from the heart of the region and exhibits forward bright fruit flavors with a very dry finish. A perfect wine for warm summer nights and cuisine.

2013 Tommasi, Le Rosse, Pinot Grigio
Tommasi’s heart of the property surrounding Lake Garda. The cool brrezes from the lake help capture the essence of this grape, exhibiting bright acidity and aromas of white flowers and melon with a smooth ripe finish.

2012 Tommmasi Valpolicella Classico Superiore, Veneto
All the wines of this region are a blend of indigenous grapes, primarily Corvina and Rondinella. Valpolicella, which takes its name from he region is the lightest bodied wine, harvested, crushed and fermented and aged without oak creating a fresh, vibrant with the intense purity and flavors of the grape.

2011 Poggio Al Tuffo Rompicollo, Tuscany
Tommasi’s estate in Maremma, the coastal hills of Tuscany. This is the region where “Super Tuscan’s” were born. This wine 60% Sangiovese, 40% Cabernet is produced from a single vineyard, creating a wine complexity and concentration. A great grilling wine.

 

 




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