It may come as a surprise, but Argentina is the world's fifth-largest wine producer. Though they may be underappreciated by some, it's not for a lack of quality. Argentina has a rich and fascinating history of viticulture, spanning almost 500 years and a myriad of styles and techniques. They are more than just Malbec. Although most of their wine was historically consumed within their own borders, a combination of factors has led to colossal increases in export volume and quality over the last few decades.

We're excited to be joined on March 20th by importer Janine Poleman, whose extensive travels allow her to work directly with the producers she represents. Join us to celebrate the food and wine of South America's sleeping giant!


Cruzat Brut 
Argentinean "Pizza"-Cheese Curd Empanada, Soft Herbs, Chilled Tomato Jam 

2018 Riccitelli Old Vine Semillon 
Roasted Veal Sweetbreads, English Peas, Brown Butter, Hazelnut,
Meyer Lemon 

2016 Tinto de Casa Malbec  
Tortellini di "Humita", Sweet Corn, Guanciale, Cave-Aged Goat Cheese, Crema 

2017 Riccitelli Party Malbec
Grilled Beef Cheek "Lomito Style", Spring Onion Chimichurri, Chorizo,
Spanish Bread Hash, Aged Provolone, Cured Egg Yolk

Cruzat Brut Rose
Dessert TBA

Wednesday, March 20th
7 PM

Mention the wine dinner during your next visit for a sweet surprise!