The Rat Pack Wine Show at Paesano Restaurant

. May 1, 2016.
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Paesano Restaurant specializes in Italian cuisine, so much so that they’re importing six genuine Italian winemakers for The Rat Pack Wine Show, a strolling wine-tasting featuring six different vintners from six different regions of Italy. “We have never hosted anything like this before,” said Paesano owner, Mike Roddy. “We have vintners visit us during their U.S. tour 3-4 times a year. But, to have six of them come over from Italy at the same time is very rare.” In addition to wine, guests will also enjoy appetizers and desserts from Chef Dave Whitney. 

 

Wednesday, May 18 | 6-8pm | $60
Paesano Restaurant | 3411 Washtenaw Ave.
734-971-0484 | paesanosannarbor.com

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