If I were in New York this coming Saturday afternoon....
Seems like a reasonable price, too.
SPECIAL 'TRE BICCHIERI' TASTING and PANEL DISCUSSION
With STEFANO CESARI, SANDRO CASIMIRRI, AND MASSIMO PICCIN
The 'Tre Bicchieri' or 3-glass award is the most prestigious award in Italian Wine and is presented every year by Gambero Rosso, an acclaimed reviewer of Italian wines.
We proudly present 3 winners of this year's 'Tre Bicchieri' award at a very special tasting and interactive panel discussion. The event will start with an overview of Italian Wine today, concentrating on the three regions of our guests: Tuscany, Abruzzo, and the Veneto.
We will then have a presentation by each producer of their wines and a talk about what makes their winery and region so special. We'll open it up to a panel discussion with the three producers. So get ready to ask those questions you have about Italian wine! This is a not-to-missed occasion: a spectacular opportunity to taste the wines of THREE 'Tre Bicchieri' Winners in one evening!
STEFANO CESARI from Brigaldara Winery will present his Valpolicella 2009 and Amarone Classico both from 2006 and 2005.
SANDRO CASIMIRRI from Villa Medoro will present his Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2007 and 2008.
MASSIMO PICCIN will present his 'Volpolo' 2007 and 'Sapaio' 2006.
Saturday 19 February 2011
4:30 - 6:30 PM
Maslow 6 wineshop
211b West Broadway
$50/ per person
HINT: IF YOU STILL NEED A VALENTINE'S DAY PRESENT WE CAN SEND YOU A CERTIFICATE TO THE TASTING VIA EMAIL!
To RSVP or for more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, go to http://www.maslow6.com or call us on 212-226-3127.
Tasting and panel discussion with some of Italy's best winemakers this Saturday in NYC
- Reply by ChipDWood, Feb 15, 2011.
Sometimes I love my job because I get to try a lot of wines. Sometimes I hate my job because I must do it while others are also tasting wines.
This Saturday, I do not think I will like my job so much, as it will keep me from what sounds like a fantastic tasting.
Been impressed with Maslow6's list of events and participation. Now I just have to get my bucket across the Hudson to check some of them out.