“Get Naked” at Eating House with Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe
& Lioco Wines
passed hors d’ouvres chef’s choice
2011 noco chardonnay, northcoast, california
hamachi corn, popcorn, black truffle
2010 chardonnay, russian river, california
duck smoked beetroot, cherry cola, grapes
2010 ‘indica’ mendocino, california
intermezzo yuzu, buttermilk, cilantro
2011 noco chardonny, northcoast, california
scallop carrot, coffee, port, brown butter
2010 pinot noir, sonoma coast, california
venison burnt yam, cocoa, blueberries
2010 pinot noir, anderson valley, california
elderflower grapefruit, lychee, cucumber
2011 ‘champagne’ eating house, miami
giorgio rapicavoli [eating house]
john mark [lioco wines]
Since we think of the kitchen at the Eating House with Giorgio Rapicavoli as the outboard motor at the front line of exciting food here in Miami, it made perfect sense to continue Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe Dinner Series at the Eating House with the wines of LIOCO.
Sommelier Kevin O’Connor of Spago Restaurant in Los Angeles teamed with former North Berkeley Imports wine importer Matt Licklider to found the LIOCO label, which is a combination of the partner’s last names. With burgundy as their guiding light, LIOCO produces vineyard-designate Pinot Noir along with stainless steel fermented vineyard-designate Chardonnay and a Carignan/Petite Sirah blend.
Reservations are taken only via phone at the Eating House after 5pm Tues-Sat 305-448-6524. There are only 38 seats available for this 5 course dinner with wines paired with each course. John Mark, the National Sales Director for LIOCO wines, will be at the Eating House for the night along with Anthony Pannone from Florida Wine Company the local distributor, and yours truly, Jeffrey from Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe.
$125 plus tax and gratuity
Wine aperitifs & pass arounds at 7:30 Dinner at 8PM