Fine Italian Wines Inspired By Hit HBO Series Paired with Traditional Cuisine Are a “Hit” Dining Experience

The Sopranos Wines, the line of fine Italian wines inspired by the hit HBO series were introduced at a special Sopranos Summer Wine Tasting and Dinner at Brooklyn’s own The Pearl Room on Wednesday, July 22nd.  The Sopranos Wines will continue to be featured at The Pearl Room located at 8201 Third Avenue (corner of 82nd St. & 3rd Avenue) in Bay Ridge.  

The special menu featured a six-course dinner expertly paired with The Sopranos Wines with the added attraction of live musical entertainment courtesy of Steven Maglio. 

The attached photo depicts (at left) Mark Gonsalves, Managing Partner for The Sopranos Wines and Anthony Rinaldi, Executive Chef at The Pearl Room.

Commented Gonsalves, “As we all know, Brooklyn is filled with some of the finest Italian food available, not only in New York City but in the entire country, if not the world and the cuisine that The Pearl Room has created will be the perfect compliment to our wines.”

About The Sopranos Wines

Introduced in the New York City metro area and select markets around the country in late 2008, The Sopranos Wines is expanding its reach throughout the U.S. during 2009. The Sopranos Wines are under a licensing agreement between HBO and Vesuvio Import Company (named after the fictional restaurant from the TV show), and distributed by Duggan’s Distillers Products Corporation.

The Vesuvio Import Company, named after the famed fictional restaurant depicted in the series, was created to develop and import this brand of fine Italian wine.  Duggan’s Distillers, the distributor for The Sopranos Wines has been importing and distributing fine wines and spirits since 1946.

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