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Pepperoncini's Introduces Italian Wine Dinner Series

Beginning Tuesday, March 13th Pepperoncini Phoenixville (184 Bridge Street, Phoenixville; 484-924-8429) will host a series of Italian Wine dinners on the second Tuesday of each month. Each wine dinner will focus on a different region of Italy and will be hosted by David Greenstein from The Wine Merchant. Wines will be paired with Chef Paul DiBona's classic Italian 5-course menu. Tuesday, March 13th will feature Italy's Tuscan region with premium Brunello and Tuscan wines. The cost is $68 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Call 484-924-8429 for reservations. A limited number of seats are available for these private dinners.

Pepperoncini's Italian Wine Dinner Series: Tuscany

Tuesday, March 13th, 7:00pm
Five courses for $68, plus tax and gratuity

First Course
Crostini braised swiss chard and lemony ceci puree
Pairing: La Lastra Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2010

Second Course
Pork "Parmigiana" breaded pork cutlets pan fried with roasted cherry tomato sauce and tuscan caprino cheese
Pairing: Fattoria San Fabiano Chianti Putto 2009

Third Course
Baked Pecorino Bolognese aged pecorino, baked to perfection in pepperoncini's home made bolognese
Pairing: Bibbiano Cassolone Tuscan Blend 2006

Fourth Course
Pistachio Crusted Venison Loin spicy raisin compote
Pairing: Camigliano Brunello di Montalcino 2006

Dessert
Apricot Panna Cotta
Pairing: Villa Puccini Vin Santo

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