Spring in Sardinia

. June 5, 2012.

Antonio Argiolas  joins Paesano Restaurant and Wine for a special evening of wine and fine dining on Wednesday, May 11, at 6:30pm. Argiolas of Argiolas Winery in Sardinia, a small island near Elba, will feature one white wine, three reds and a dessert wine paired with a four course meal made by Chef David. Argiolas will share the history of Sardinia, his family and vineyard, along with insights on the multicultural cuisine and international wine influences of the region. "It will be a leisurely evening and we're hoping for nice weather because we plan to open our patio for the occasion," said Michael Roddy, owner. $65 includes food, wine and tax. Reservations required. 3411 Washtenaw Ave. 734-971-0484. www.paesanosannarbor.com.

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