29
Aug

Of the Earth

‘Why Not Wednesday’

Italy is like no other place. And Italian wine is no different. Unforgettable in nature and simply fantastic. Family-owned wineries are scattered all across the countryside and continue winemaking traditions often centuries old. The wineries boast of production of premium wines from quality grapes only found in Italy. Producers of this quality infuse their expertise and tradition in their wines. 

Screen Shot 2016-08-29 at 11.30.44 AMJoin us this week for our ‘Why Not Wednesday’ tasting from 4-7 pm at the shop! We will be pouring some exquisite Italian wines with Madonna del Vino.

As an importer of purely Italian wines, Dalla Terra Imports Italy offers exclusive brands to wine lovers within their location and beyond.


Pearl Wine Company and Dalla Terra Imports PhotoThe founder of Dalla Terra
Brian Larky honed his skills of winemaking at Ca’ Del Bosco, a prestigious wine estate in Italy. Following his passion for wines, he sought to bring the exclusive wines to the United States so that his countrymen could try them out. The result was a direct import business known as Dalla Terra. The exclusive wines imported by Dalla Terra are due to a team effort of managers stationed in various parts of the world such as Dawn Gaudini aka Madonna Del Vino.

Dawn will be pouring four wines from Italy this Wednesday, each one having a unique family history.

Marco Felluga, Collio Molamatta Bianco (2013) $25 Sale $20

Inama, Soave Classico Foscarino (2014) $28 Sale $23

Fattoria La Valentina, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Riserva Spelt (2011) $25 Sale $20

Cleto Chiarli, Lambrusco di Sorbara Vecchia Modena Dry (2015) $18 Sale $16

Saturday Tasting

Join us for our cocktail Class this Saturday. We’ll be making:

Plantation 5 year Barbados old fashioned
&
BRENNE Rob Roy

We start sippin’ at 4pm.

Discover why 5280 Magazine Readers and Editors voted Pearl Wine Company Denver’s BEST BOTTLE SHOP. PWC takes pride in being Denver’s best wine shop – a craft liquor specialty store. Conveniently located on South Pearl Street in Denver’s Platt Park neighborhood.