Testarossa Winery Selected To Be Featured At Pebble Beach Food & Wine Show - Food & Beverage Magazine

Testarossa Winery Selected To Be Featured At Pebble Beach Food & Wine Show

Testarossa’s 2012 Garys’ Vineyard Pinot Noir will be paired with an entrée selection by acclaimed Chef Thomas Lents of Sixteen Restaurant at Chicago’s Trump International Tower

Testarossa Winery Selected To Be Featured At Pebble Beach Food & Wine ShowTestarossa Winery, producers of premier California Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, announced today their selection for the Pebble Beach Food and Wine Show Hunter-Gatherer dinner Friday April 11, 2014. Star Chicago Chef Thomas Lent, of Sixteen Restaurant in the Trump International Tower selected Testarossa’s 2012 Garys’ Vineyard Pinot Noir from the Santa Lucia Highlands to pair with his signature dish. The event entitled Hunter-Gatherer: New Rules for Exemplary Dining is a farm to table dinner focusing on the rich bounty of the Monterey Peninsula.

“Pebble Beach Food and Wine has quickly risen to be THE Premier Food and Wine event in the country. For one of Testarossa’s Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noirs to be selected for the very prestigious Friday night dinner is an amazing honor for our Los Gatos Winery. We are very excited to see how Chef Thomas pairs his cuisine with our Pinot Noir,” said Rob Jensen, founder and proprietor of Testarossa Winery.

Testarossa Winery Selected To Be Featured At Pebble Beach Food & Wine ShowChef Lents’ impressive career includes positions at numerous Michelin two and three star rated restaurants such as Joel Robuchon, Quince, and Everest, as well as serving time in kitchens in Europe earlier in his career.

The dinner includes selections prepared by five renowned chefs and six acclaimed wineries. The price is $500 per person. For tickets go to pbfw.com

About Testarossa
Testarossa Winery is located in the historic Novitiate in downtown Los Gatos and is one of the oldest continuously operating wineries in California. Rob and Diana Jensen started Testarossa in their garage in 1993 with just twenty-five cases of wine. Today, the winery works closely with top winegrowers in the Santa Lucia Highlands, Santa Rita Hills, Arroyo Grande Valley, Santa Maria Valley, Russian River Valley, Chalone and Santa Cruz Mountains appellations. The label has grown to national prominence among collectors and reviewers by cultivating long-term partnerships with passionate winegrowers and vineyards the likes of Garys’, Pisoni, Rosella’s, Doctor’s, Sierra Madre and Rincon. For more information visit Testarossa.com.

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