7616 W. State St.
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
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Michele Chiarlo and Masi Wine Dinner at Ristorante Bartolotta
Ristorante Bartolotta is honored to host two heavyweights of the Italian wine world: Alberto Chiarlo of Michele Chiarlo and Raffaele Boscaini of Masi for a wine dinner on Monday, September 15. Our guest from Masi, Raffaele, is the youngest son of Sandro Boscaini, President of Masi Agricola, with whom he shares the love of the land and wine as well as the skillful art of wine production. He received his certificate from the "Wine & Spirit Educational Trust" in Great Britain. He recently became Masi's Marketing Director. Join us for this one of a kind event and meet these two influential figures of northern Italian wines. A Barolo producer, an Amarone producer, two remarkable guests and one unforgettable evening of outstanding wines and great regional Italian cuisine.
Taste the Wines of Alto Adige with a Master Sommelier at Ristorante Bartolotta
Taste the Wines of Alto Adige with a Master Sommelier on Wednesday, October 1 at Ristorante Bartolotta! The Italian specialist for Winebow and Master Sommelier Jesse Becker will be joining us for a special dinner. We will feature some of his favorite wines from the beautiful region of Alto Adige. We will be pouring wines from two of the top producers in the region: Cantina Tramin and Tiefenbrunner. Chef Juan's seasonal prix fix menu will focus around the cuisine of the Dolomites. Jesse will be talking to guests table side, sharing his love of the wines from this region and shedding some light on the mysterious world of Master Sommeliers. Featuring Italian wines from Cantina Tramin and Tiefenbrunner, available by the glass? Chef Juan's Seasonal Prix Fix Menu? Wednesday, October 1 Open Reservations 5:30 to 9:00 p.m.? (414) 771-7910
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