Dear Friends, we are happy to invite you to a Sardinia Happy Hour Wine Tasting at Ambrogio15 Pacific Beach. We will be serving nine wines.
Sardinia Wine Tasting (9 Wines)
Monday November 19th at 5:00 PM
$ 45 per person (before tax and grat.)
Guests will taste nine different Wines from two Natural Winemakers located on the beautiful Island of Sardinia: Cantina Giba and Tenute Olbios.
The Winemakers of those two prestigious wineries will join us for a special Oeno-gastronomic tour of the Sardinia wine landscape.
The wines that will featured, amongst others are:
- Vermentino di Gallura Superiore
- Cannonau Rose
- Carignano del Sulcis from Cantina Giba – 3 Bicchieri Gambero Rosso made from the Oldest Vines in the World
Alongside those wines there will be some appetizers including
- Extra-aged (36 months) Pecorino Sardo DOP
- Italian Artichokes in Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
- Homemade Focaccia with Olive Taggiasche from Liguria.
Looking forward to see you all here to join us to discover those 9 wonderful wines. You of course have to be 21 to enjoy this event with us.[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]
Sardinia is a lovely island off the southwestern coast of Italy. While it is part of Italy, its heritage and influences are as much Spanish and Arabic. Additionally, Romans, Vandals, and the city states of Genoa and Pisa conquered all or part of it. To drive the island takes about five hours north to south, and three east to west, encompassing topographic diversity hard to imagine in one place this size. From sybaritic sandy beaches with crystalline water to hairpin-turn mountain roads that ultimately emerge into lush agricultural valleys, Sardinia is a bounty of contrasts, cultural as well.
A few-hour tour can include hip urbanites in a trendy wine bar and a country lane where cars are stopped while hundreds of herded sheep, bells ringing, pass by. Traditional Italy reflects itself in the small mountain towns where diminutive black-clad widows walk the cobblestone streets on their way to church.