Ambrogio15 Annual Christmas Dinner

Ambrogio15 Annual Christmas Dinner

December 4, 2019 by ambrogio150
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Brunello di Montalcino Wine Experience

with Dog Rescue Fundraising Auction

Dear friends, join us for our annual Christmas Brunello Wine Dinner on Tuesday December 17th at 6 pm at Ambrogio15 Pacific Beach

This year we’d like to do something to give back to the community to show our appreciation for your incredible support over the years!

We’ll host a very unique dinner centered around the most iconic Italian Wine, the Brunello di Montalcino, and after that an auction of unique and special boutique wines will take place to support the Dog Rescue Foundation of our dear friend Steve, Labs&More Rescue.

The auction proceeds will go to the Foundation to support their incredible efforts to help our furry friends.

In partnership with DOCG Imports, we’ll offer 4 different vintages of this incredible red from Tuscany, produced by il Bosco di Grazia, a boutique winery in Montalcino (2013, 2012 Riserva, 2009 and 2008)

All the wines will pair gourmet pizzas created for the occasion by our Executive Chef

Price will be $ 89 per person (before tax and gratuity) and will include 4 wines and 4 dishes.

Tuesday December 17th 2019

Very special Brunello di Montalcino Dinner on December 17th 2019. We encourage reservations. Please fill in the form below to proceed.


Brunello di Montalcino Menu

In partnership with DOCG Imports, we’ll offer 4 different vintages of this incredible red from Tuscany, produced by il Bosco di Grazia, a boutique winery in Montalcino (2013, 2012 Riserva, 2009 and 2008)

All the wines will pair gourmet pizzas created for the occasion by our Executive Chef

The Charity

Labs and More Rescue is Southern California’s fastest growing and most active dog rescue. Our volunteers work to rescue over 1,300 dogs each year finding them forever homes in and around San Diego. In just 8 short years our volunteers have worked to give hope to over 8,800 dogs in need of a chance at life. These rescued dogs were often on their last day of life in a shelter, on the streets, or abandoned by their owners. You can help in so many ways!”


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