Let’s hope that the worst of that cold stuff is behind us. I know, it is still chilly out, still winter and all, but at least the sun is shining as I write this, which as we all know can be a rare occurrence around here this time of year. Look at it like we have just a little over a month to deal with this white stuff. Plus the days are getting longer now, all good. Looks like it might be time to head out and enjoy a nice evening out, like, say, at Fratello’s, when this weekend we will be featuring Beef Funghetto, Red Grouper and Swordfish. No storms appear on the horizon, and we’d love to see ya’! Hope you consider joining us.
On our wine board we are running low on the Highway 101 Pinot Noir from California, although I have another Pinot in the wings waiting for room to join the list. I have added some new wines to our list, including the return of La Massa from Tuscany, which is a red blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Alicante B, a more obscure Italian varietal. There is also the Three Saints 67 Proprietary Red blend, which combines all the Bordeaux varietals plus syrah in a very balanced and very highly rated red blend. The Chateau Billeron Bouquey Saint-Emilion is a Merlot dominant red blend from France, and Monthelie from Chateau de Puligny-Montrachet is a Chardonnay from Burgundy, France. Lastly, there is the Solena Grand Cuvee Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley of Oregon, 2012 vintage, which is earning very high ratings and received 92 points from the Wine Spectator.
We hope you are well and surviving the cold and the flu bugs that seem to be everywhere, and that you might find time to join us. Thanks for all your support, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
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