Hart House Dinner Features Casale di Giglio Winery

Hart House Dinner Features Casale di Giglio Winery

On Friday, November 26 2021 Burnaby’s Hart House Restaurant will partner with Italy’s Casale di Giglio for a special winery dinner. The Casale di Giglio estate is located in Lazio’s Agro Pontino valley, approximately 50 km south of Rome.
Casale del Giglio’s Export Manager Elise Rialland will speak to the wines, as guests enjoy a 5-course menu prepared by Gordon Goss, who recently took on the role of Executive Chef.

1st Course
Chef’s Artisanal Degustation
Carefully Curated Accompaniments
2019 Bellone

2nd Course
Gindara Sablefish
Duck Fat Roasted Potato Cake, Chili Roasted Fennel, Sauce Vierge, Trout Caviar
2017 Faro della Guardia

3rd Course
Tagliatelle all’Amatriciana
Guanciale | Chili Pepper, San Marzano Tomato Sugo, Pecorino Romano D.O.P
2018 Cesanese

Main Course Duo

Veal Involtini & Sweet Breads
Prosciutto, Sage, Parmesan, Cognac Dairy Cream
2018 Petit Verdot
Coda alla Vaccinara
Roman Oxtail Stew, Creamy Polenta
2017 Tempranijo

5th Course
2019 Aphrodisium

Tickets for the dinner are available online

Hart House Dinner Featuring Casale di Giglio Winery
Friday, November 26 2021

$179 person including taxes and gratuities

Hart House Restaurant
6664 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby

About Hart House Restaurant: Hart House Restaurant opened its doors in September of 1988. The Tudor-style home features a cozy and elegant dining room on the main floor, and private rooms on the second floor. Diners can enjoy views of Deer Lake on the patio and lawn. Chef Gordon Goss’s Mediterranean inspired cuisine with fresh, locally sourced ingredients is paired with a carefully curated wine and cocktail list.
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About Casale di Giglio Vineyard: In 1967, Dino Santarelli founded Casale del Giglio at Le Ferriere in the Agro Pontino Valley near Latina, some 50 kilometers south of Rome. This area, unlike other Italian wine regions, was almost completely unexplored from a vine growing perspective. In 1985, Casale del Giglio embarked on a monumental experiment to nurture over 60 different international grape varietals in their soil. Led by winemaker Paolo Tiefenthaler, and involving members from the academic community, the goal of this multi-year research was to determine which grapes do well in the Lazio terroir. The believers in this bold and daring project were amply rewarded when the first significant results were achieved from Syrah and Petit Verdot, among others. The estate’s flagship wine is the rich red Mater Matuta (an 80:20 blend of Syrah and Petit Verdot). White varietals include Viognier, Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Petit Manseng (originally a native of the French Atlantic Pyrenees).https://www.casaledelgiglio.it/en/
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Media release and inage provided by Dana Lee Harris, Dana Lee Consulting Ltd.

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