Lazio Wine & Dine: 2-hour immersive cooking class & wine tasting

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Date(s) - December 19, 2020
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


A live cooking demonstration of traditional Roman dishes, with an accompanied wine tasting of Lazio’s best wines.

Join us for a two-hour virtual deep dive into Italian gastronomy over Google Meet. In this live cooking demonstration of traditional Roman pasta, plus polpette, the real Italian meatballs, we will also be tasting two of Lazio’s best wines.

You’ll Learn:

-The ins & outs of an Italian meal, from what makes a great aperitivo to knowing exactly how to order at an Italian restaurant.

-All about Lazio’s unique wines from a certified Sommelier, including what to pair with your favorite Roman dishes and which bottles to look out for!

-How to cook a traditional Roman pasta dish, through a step-by-step demonstration and the authentic way of preparing meatballs in Italy.

PLUS! You’ll receive an easy recipe for a Roman street-food favorite, The Suppli’, along with an ingredient list and wine list.

This is the perfect chance to ask your burning questions about Italian culture and sit down with two Italy experts.

Additional Notes: This event is open to participants worldwide. If you have any trouble finding ingredients or wines listed, please contact us and we will see what we can do to help.

The traditional Roman dishes are both made with meat, however we can offer alternative recipes to those with dietary prefrences.

About your Hosts:

Evelyn Hill is originally from Vermont, but packed her bags to move to Italy years ago. Since then she has explored 16/20 regions of Italy, and loves to learn all about the food & wine traditions throughout the Boot. She is a 2nd level Sommelier and is currently working on her Italian Wine Scholar. You can find out more at her site: Colline alle Montagne.

Abbie Stark fell in love with a Roman and his city and moved to Rome 5 years ago, since then she hasn’t looked back. She loves finding the best-hidden spots to experience Italy like a local and sharing her off-the-beaten-path tips for the authentic side of Rome. Check out her blog La Vita Roma