Date(s) - February 4, 2021
5:30 am - 6:30 pm
Lowcountry Princeton Club members are invited to share a virtual wine tasting of Italian wines. Wine and appetizers provided by Muse Restaurant in Charleston and Crane’s Tavern in Hilton Head. Proprietor Beth Anne Crane will present and discuss the wines as we taste and discuss them at home.
The featured wines are all from Azienda Agricola Abbona Marziano in Piemonte
1. Favorita , Langhe, Valle dell’Olme, 2019
2. Barbera, Langhe, “Casaret”, 2019
3. Nebbiolo d’Alba, Bricco Barone 2019
Light appetizers are available to pair with the wines. These can be served at room temperature and need not be reheated.
Wine and appetizers are available to be picked up at Muse or Crane’s Tavern on February 3 or 4.
Muse: 82 Society Street, Charleston
Crane’s Tavern: 26 New Orleans Rd,. Hilton Head
PRICE: $50 for wine only, $70 for wine plus appetizers
Place orders by January 31, pick up wines and appetizers Feb 3 or 4.
Philadelphia-born Beth Anne Crane began working when she was 13 years old at her family’s SurfCity Hotel on Long Beach Island, NJ. During her college years, she developed an impassioned interest in wine and spearheaded the wine program for the two restaurants and retail store at the property, which she ultimately managed. She now represents the fourth generation of restaurateurs in her family. She and her father opened Crane’s Tavern & Steakhouse in 1999, the ﬁrst Prime Grade Beef establishment on Hilton Head. She managed that property for ﬁve years before commencing graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania on their campus in Florence, Italy, where she did an interdisciplinary MLA degree. While conducting research for her ﬁnal thesis on Roman viticulture, she was fascinated by the storied Villa of Mysteries in Pompeii. That interest inspired her own restaurant venture, MUSE in Charleston, SC. At Muse she created a villa like environment where all things Mediterranean meet in food, wine, warm hospitality and art. MUSE oﬀers 75 plus selections of wine by the glass with reverence to old world terroir. The wine selections complement the menu oﬀerings, whose ﬂavors hail from various corners of the Mediterranean. MUSE and Crane’s both are reminiscent of her family’s past establishments where locals ﬁnd their home away from home.