Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Local Vintner/Race Car Driver to Host Dinner and Tasting at Tavolino

Posted By on Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 3:32 PM

Jamie Slone is coming back to Tucson and he's bringing his wine. - COURTESY OF JAMIE SLONE WINES
  • Courtesy of Jamie Slone Wines
  • Jamie Slone is coming back to Tucson and he's bringing his wine.

Jamie Slone has led a pretty interesting life. His family owned radio stations here in Tucson where he worked until eventually becoming a professional race car driver. However, his story doesn't stop there. Slone and his wife moved to Santa Barbara to open their boutique vineyards, named after Slone. 

Although he's no longer a Tucsonan, Slone will be returning for a wine tasting dinner on Thursday, April 2. The event will feature a selection of his wines, crafted by winemaker Doug Margerum, including a 2013 chardonnay from the Santa Maria Valley and a 2012 pinot noir from the Santa Rita Hills.

To get an exclusive taste of Slone's wines, call 531-1913 to make a reservation. The event is limited to 36 attendees for the $95 (plus tax and gratuity) four-course, wine-paired dinner.

Here's the menu for the event:

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