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Artful Primo Piatto Cooking Class with Chef Antonio Cecconi

June 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm CDT

$75
To eat like an Italian, leisurely multi-course meals are a tradition–a full Italian meal includes five courses. The primo piatto is the first course served after the appetizer. During Artful Primo Piatto, Chef Antonio will guide you through the traditional dishes of the first plate. The menu for this demonstration cooking class will include:
~ Risotto with wild mushrooms
~ Polenta with spinach and prosciutto
~ Homemade gnocchi with
~ Asparagus gorgonzola sauce
Plan to join us for a pre-class social hour at 5pm in Sala Del Vino. You’ll be greeted with a glass of our sparkling Brillante. As you cook through each course, you will taste wines Chef Antonio has selected to pair with this menu!
Wine will also be available for purchase should you wish to enjoy a glass of your favorite Villa Bellezza wine during class, or purchase bottles to take home.
This cooking class is $75/person. Class size is limited and pre-registration is required. Your experience includes Chef Antonio’s pre-class social hour with sparkling wine and appetizers.

Details

Date:
June 10
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm CDT
Cost:
$75
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Website:
https://www.villabellezza.com/?fbclid=IwAR2pavQu-INFv_5TW0RYkgOynjG8azO5CzMwrzZiccFmRjxwqL4u9T1D9s4

Venue

Villa Bellezza Winery & Vineyards
1420 3rd Street
Pepin, WI 54759 United States
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Phone:
715-442-2424

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