In the photo above, you see the road sign for the village of Volpaia, “617 slm.”
The acronym “slm” stands for sul livello mare, in other words, meters above sea level.
On Thursday, March 17, Federica Stianti, winemaker and owner of the famed Castello di Volpaia winery in the heart of Chianti Classico, will share the secrets of her family’s celebrated “mountain wines,” some of the highest-altitude wines in Tuscany.
It’s our first in-person winemaker dinner since November of last year and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be welcoming Federica, whom some of you will remember from her wonderful virtual dinner we did back in 2020. She is awesome btw.
We look forward to sharing these wines and Chef Kevin’s classic Tuscan menu with you (see below).
Thanks for your support. It’s events like this one that make our work so rewarding. We wouldn’t be here without you.
Thursday, March 17
$149 per person
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Fantinel 2019 Friuli Sauvignon Blanc
Crostini Toscani ai Fegatini
Pâté with homemade crostini
Castello di Volpaia 2019 Toscana Rosso Citto
Pappardelle al Tartufo Nero
Pappardelle with freshly shaved black truffles
Castello di Volpaia 2018 Chianti Classico
Classic Tuscan seafood stew
Castello di Volpaia 2017 Chianti Classico Riserva
Torta al Formaggio
Sweet Gorgonzola cheese cake