MISA Imports Presents:

The Wines of Marco Bonfante at Adelmo's Ristorante

 Marco Bonfante Will Preside Over The Dinner.  

Tuesday January 23rd, 2018 At 6:30 p.m., 

Five Courses And Five Wines, 

$69.00 Plus Tax And Gratuity.

We Have Limited Seating. 

Please Make Your Reservations at 214-559-0325


Welcoming Reception
Bruschetta & Salame Toscano: Fennel Pollen
Marco Bonfante 2016 Moscato d'Asti Spritz
1st Course 
Gnocchi al Ragu (Red Wine Beef Sauce)
Marco Bonfante 2015 Stella Rossa Barbera d'Asti 
2nd Course 
Mixed Greens with Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, Beets, and Feta in a Balsamic Herb Vinaigrette
Marco Bonfante 2013 Senso Unico Monferrato Rosso 
3rd Course 
Lamb Chops with Fig Wine Reduction (Marco Bonfante 2012 Barolo) and Polenta
Marco Bonfante 2012 Barolo
4th Course 
Cheese Plate of Talleggio, Gorgonzola, & Parmigiano Reggiano
Marco Bonfante 2012 Albarone Albarossa Piemonte  

The Wines of Marco Bonfante

Following the passing of their father, Marco and Micaela opened the winery Marco Bonfante in 2000. Since then, the family has a long lineage of producing wines, dating back eight generations in the Piedmont region of Nizza Monferrato. The siblings share the tasks of running the estate with Marco winemaking and handling sales production while Micaela oversees administration for the business.

Nizza Monferrato, also called Nizza della Paglia which translates to 'in the countryside' is located in the Province of Asti in the region of Piedmont and is rich in vineyards. The vineyard is 23 hectares. The quality of the grapes is imperative and a thinning method is used to reduce the production per plant to show the true potential of wines made in southern Piedmont. Marco's wine making philosophy is one many appreciate, he produces wines that reflect his personal taste and palate.

"Our white wines are dry, fruity, mineral but without ageing in wood casks. They have to mirror the main features of the grape varietal which we try to exalt in the "selections". Our red wines are also dry and fruity, with a big strucure of the wine, without being predominant. The sweet wines, Moscato and Brachetto, according to the tradition are fresh, fruity, and sparkling."