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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jul 27, 2017-
Jul 27, 2017
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Fresh Starts Chef Events: Chef Stefano Masanti and V. Sattui Winery
This regular dinner series features celebrity chef cooking demonstrations and benefits non-profit shelter and job training programs.
Marin,
The Key Room at Homeward Bound of Marin: 1385 Nort
Event Description

 Chef Stefano Masanti & V. Sattui Winery Present Midsummer Menu 

Save the date for a special evening with Michelin-starred Chef Stefano Masanti, who will partner with V. Sattui Winery to present a sumptuous midsummer menu that melds Italian style with delicious local abundance.  

Chef Stefano owns and heads the kitchen at Il Cantinone in his hometown of Madesimo in the Italian Alps, where his young memories include cooking with his grandfather in the family hotel.

An early leader of the Slow Food movement in Italy, Chef Stefano is an advisor with CHIC (Charming Italian Chef), a national association of Italian chefs that promotes creative cuisine while respecting the deep food traditions of Italy. His restaurant has been named among the top 60 in Italy by L'Espresso Guide, published by one of the country's top magazines.

As a friend of Tom Davies, president of V. Sattui, Chef Stefano makes regular visits to the Wine Country and presents regular summer events at V. Sattui Winery. We will offer suggested wine pairings for the evening's menu and learn more about their fruitful partnership.

Join us for an Italian celebration of summer!

Fee: $60.00

Contact Information
Name: Maura Thurman    
Phone: 415-382-3363


 

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