France vs Italy Battle of the Wines Dinner

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France vs Italy Battle of the Wines Dinner


Provence is proud to present a one of a kind dinner especially  for you. For this occasion we've decided to put the French and Italians head to head, not only in five grand wines from each country, but with an exquisite small plate menu to pair!

Mark Orsini and Sara Marston from Orsini Wines in Greensboro will join our table to enlighten us about the differences in terroir and grapes growing in each of these ten vineyards.

You will be the judge of this epic battle: Is it France who'll be the winner? Is it Italy? Or will there be a tie?


Join us on Thursday, March 15 to celebrate not only the differences, but also the similarities of these two amazing wine and food empires.
It'll be an evening to remember.

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Domaine André Dupuis Bourgogne Blanc, 2015
Saucisses Artisanale
Le Grand Bouqueteau Chinon, 2016
Champignons Gratinés Farcis
Domaine François Leclerc, Gevrey-Chambertin, 2014
Légume Grillé à la Vinaigrette à l'Echalote
Chateau de Ruth Châteauneuf du Pape, 'Grande Sélections' 2012
Côtelette d'Agneau
N/V Champagne Dumangin Ratafia Champenois
Praliné Aux Noisettes




Fontanassa 'Ca Adua' Gavi, 2016

Gamberetti all'Aglio
Cantine Rallo Nero d'Avola, 2015

Risotto Alla Milanese
Casa Emma Chianti Classico Riserva, 2012
Gnocchi Fritti con Rucola e Pomodori

Alessandro Rivetto Barolo di Lazzrito, 2012


iPola Moscato d' Asti, 2016

Crema Bruciata