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the oatmeal crusted raisin and orange tart with caramel salt ice cream, sealing the meal with a salty sweet kiss.
a more formal tone. A creative series of modern collages made from vintage kitchen equipment adorns the dark walls of the small room; the well appointed bar, a focal point of the room, lines the back wall. It's a space that feels simultaneously cozy and sophisticated. Slinking into our seats, the first wine was already being poured and discussed.
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Our third course: Carnaroli rice risotto with chicken leg confit, shiitake mushrooms and green chard came dotted with translucent shards of Friuli sweet salami and Montasio cheese. To Lewis's words, this dish and accompanying wine "really made me feel Friuli" Vespa Bianco, Colli Orientali (45 percent Chardonnay, 45 percent Sauvignon, 10 percent Picolit) was 100 percent delicious when paired with the risotto. Although this wine didn't have much of a nose, it had a hell of a body! Chef Sven Hedenas and Chef Schuler hit a culinary hole in one with this harmonious pairing of food and wine. There's just something so magical about the perfect wine and food pairing, when done correctly, a symbiotic relationship exists that not only improves the flavor of the food, but also the wine. This was the ideal example.
The floor was open to questions. The atmosphere was inclusive and inviting taking any intimidation out of inquisitiveness. Adriatico Friulano, Colli Orientali (100 percent Friulano/Tocai grape) DOC 2010 was poured to pair with a first course of vegetable fritto misto with San Daniele prosciutto and almond aioli. This simple wine with grassy undertones was vibrant and bright and paired well with the green olive ripeness of the olive oil in the aioli. We were off to a good start. Paired with the only non Italian wine of the night, delicate ovals of seafood mousseline were served with a sweet mace Malvasia cream sauce. The wine hailed from vineyards at the ancestral home of the Bastianich family on the Istrian peninsula in Croatia. The Adriatico Malvasia, Istria Croatia, (100 percent Malvasia Bianca grape) 2010 was a light, white picnic style wine, but didn't make a huge impact on my taste buds.
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Paul own this whole row of eateries. Amaro is open Wednesdays through Saturdays for cocktails and bites in case you are in the mood for Arugula style food in a more laid back, casual setting. Other times, Amaro is transformed into a special events space. On this particular night, white tablecloths draped across wooden tables set Fendi All In Tote
This five course dinner with five wine pairings cost $79 plus tax and tip, a reasonable fee for an event of this caliber. Amaro, if you're not familiar is the boutique style enclave situated between Arugula Bar Ristorante and Tangerine in the shopping center at the northwest corner of 28th Street and Iris Ave in Boulder. Chef Alec Schuler and his father Fendi Karlito Crossbody
Approachable wines, stellar fine dining service executed by well tailored and personable wait staff, knowledgeable pairings, engaging dialog, and lustrous cuisine has me signed up for Arugula's newsletter of upcoming events. On the horizon for May 22 is a dinner featuring Sicilian wines. With any luck there will be a pairing or two so well suited it will really make you feel Siciliy.
As a foodie in a foodie town, I hear about wine events often. Less often however, do I actually attend. Hearing of The Bastianich Wine Dinner at Amaro and reviewing the menu, I decided it was high time I review such a function. This particular event appealed to me because I'm a fan wines from the Friuli Venezia Giulia region of Italy, the menu seemed appropriate for spring, and the intimate venue of Amaro is a nice intimate place to spend some time.
The next course, roasted bison ribeye steak with king oyster mushrooms and a kidney bean Fendi Crossbody Vintage ragu while prepared well, fell a bit flat as the risotto was a hard act to follow. The only red wine of the evening Vespa Rosso, Colli Orientali, (50 percent Merlot, 30 percent Refosco, 15 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 5 percent Cabernet Franc) 2008 smelled so delicious, I was afraid to drink it. Mustering up enough courage to taste, I found it a delectably smokey red that I'd recommend to anyone.
Ending the night on a sweet note, the Chef's decided to serve chilled Amaro Nonino, Quintessentia, Friuli, a traditional digestivo from the Friuli region and the namesake of the restaurant. The bold flavors of bitter orange set off Fendi Peekaboo With Studs
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