Alberto’s Wine Dinner
THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED
Exclusive Wine Dinner at Alberto’s Restaurant, 360 Main Street Hyannis, Thursday May 30th, 6:30-8:30 PM featuring exquisite Northern Italian Cuisine. RSVP is required.
Tickets are $120 per person. Enjoy a delicious 5-course meal paired with award-winning wines from First Crush Winery of Harwich Port. $120 ticket price includes all taxes and gratuity.
The dinner menu includes: A Welcome Drink – First Crush Cran Blanc & Prosecco Cocktail.
The First Course includes: Marinated Beet Salad with arugula, candied walnuts with aged balsamic, paired with First Crush Innocence Rose.
Second Course: Homemade Crab Cake with wild greens, pickled vegetables and aioli sauce, paired with First Crush Sauvignon Blanc Star Spangled.
Third Course: Wild Mushroom Ravioli with brandy cream sauce, truffle oil and shaved cheese, paired with First Crush Sangiovese Rapture.
Fourth Course: Grilled Beef Tenderloin with mashed sweet potato and butternut squash, white asparagus with a First Crush Cabernet wine reduction, paired with First Crush Cabernet Sauvignon Fusion.
Finishing with the Fifth Course: Chocolate Mousse with homemade whipped cream, berries & chocolate shavings, served with Dow’s Trademark Reserve Port Wine.
If attendees wish to purchase wine to take home, First Crush Winery will offer discount pricing, including a discount on four pack of wine. A savings of $10-$20!
Come and enjoy a wonderful evening while supporting Wild Care, tickets can be purchased here via Evenbrite, or contact Kerry, Office Admin at Wild Care: 508.240.2255.
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