On Sunday, March 4th, let’s have a tasting and a dinner together with some Spanish and Austrian producers of natural wineries.
From the 3rd to the 5th of March, LIVE WINE, the International Salon of natural wines, will come back to Palazzo del Ghiaccio in via Piranesi, one of the most beautiful locations in Milan. During these days, over 150 producers from all over the world will present their wines through a rich agenda of tastings.
For the occasion, on Sunday, March 4th, from 7.30 pm, we’ll wait for you in un posto a Milano for a special evening, that will be all about good wine: a dinner with tasting together with bodegueros and winzer, during which you’ll have the chance to meet some of the best Spanish and Austrian producers of the natural wineries and to taste a large selection of their wines.
For the occasion Nicola Cavallaro, un posto a Milano’s Chef, will prepare a special menù:
A selection of appetizers
Typical Italian focaccia (from Colli Euganei) made with rosemary*
Beetroot and chickpea hummus with raw vegetables and cereal bread*
Seasoned olives with garlic, oil and hot pepper*
Sarde in saòr (typical Italian dish with sardines) with mixed field greens*
Baccalà mantecato (creamed cod fish) with sheets of vegetal carbon*
A selection of artisan cold cuts: coppa, pancetta, soppressa
Mixed pickled vegetables*
BODEGUEROS AND AUSTRIAN PRODUCERS: SOME NAMES
On Sunday evening, La Gutina will be with us, a bodega owned by Barbara Magugliani and her partner who decided to found it in Girona in 2006 for the potential of the environment, landscape and historical heritage of the region. Together with La Gutina there will be also Vinos Ambiz, the winery of the Italian Fabio Bartolomei, self-taught winer that has been living in Spain for about 20 years and produces “personal” wines without added sulphites, coming from the Sierra of Gredos, an artisanal production area of avery high quality level.
You’ll meet Malaparte Vinos, winery near Segovia owned by a couple who lives her work as a minimalistic and authentic project, born by passion for local traditions seen from a modern point of view for the complete respect for the environment.
Among the Austrian wineries you can meet the Weingut Georgium winery, located in Southern Austria in St. Georgen, where, since 2008, they’ve been cultivating their vineyards inspired by the idea of naturalness of wine, to capture the essence of wine, the soil and the context in which wine is produced.
These are just some of the 18 wineries present.
See you on Sunday, March 4th, to discover them and to taste their wines.
For information and reservations: 025457785 – firstname.lastname@example.org
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* Here the allergens of the dishes on the menu:
Home-made bread sticks: gluten (wheat)
Typical Italian focaccia: gluten (wheat)
Beetroot and chickpea hummus with raw vegetables and cereal bread: sesame, celery
Seasoned olives with garlic, oil and hot pepper: sulphites
Sarde in saòr (typical Italian dish with sardines) with mixed field greens: fish, sulphites
Baccalà mantecato (creamed cod fish) with sheets of vegetal carbon: fish, lactose
Mixed pickled vegetables: celery, sulphites
Saffron risotto: lactose