Mattison’s Hosts Wine Dinner to Benefit WUSF Public Media Programming in Sarasota, FL

Mattison’s Hosts Wine Dinner to Benefit WUSF Public Media Programming in Sarasota, FL

Experience the exquisite flavors of Tres Sabores wines perfectly paired with a 6-course menu created by award-winning Chef Paul Mattison. The dinner benefits WUSF Public Media and Classical WSMR programming. Join Chef Mattison and Winemaker and owner of Tres Sabores, Julie Johnson, for a fun evening of fine food and great wine for a wonderful cause.

The dinner takes place in the Galleria at Mattison’s Forty-One on Friday, January 24th at 6:30 pm. Reservations are required. To view the menu and make reservations visit


About the wines:

The Terroir. The Vines. The Spirit.
These are the flavors that make up Tres Sabores. Nestled on the slopes of the famous Rutherford Bench, Napa Valley, at the base of the Mayacamas mountain range, they are a certified organic ranch and, in fact, they were the first certified organic ranch in Napa Valley. Their growing process allows the terroir to create a pure expression of the varietals. Winemaker, and owner, Julie Johnson, shows true passion for the art and invites you to join us to experience Tres Sabores for yourself.


Menu and Pairings

First Course:
Tres Sabores, Ingrid & Julia, Rosé
Branzino balsamic butter, sorrel, Worden Farms arugula, lentil salad, roasted beets

Second Course:
Tres Sabores, Sauvignon Blanc
Sea Scallop white nectarines, Meyer lemon risotto, brown buttered apples

Third Course:
Tres Sabores, Rutherford Perspective, Cabernet Sauvignon
Braised Venison Brussels sprouts medley, fennel pollen au gratin potato, dark fruit demi-glace

Fourth Course:
Tres Sabores, Rutherford Perspective, Zinfandel
Duck Gumbo Aleppo peppers, duck sausage

Fifth Course:
Tres Sabores, Merlot
Assorted Cheese Course

Sixth Course:
Tres Sabores, Petite Sirah, Guarino Vineyard
Marion berry Gateau

For more information call 941-921-3400. Ticket purchase  or through the link here


WUSF has a unique role in the community providing classical music on WSMR, and NPR news and jazz on WUSF, along with the news that impacts our community on-air and online. We’re looking forward to this winemaker dinner as a way to connect people with others who share similar interests. Proceeds from the evening will go to support the creation of programs on WUSF and WSMR. Modern Notebook on WSMR and Florida Matters on WUSF are just two of the programs produced in our studios.

Photos from Mattison’s Restaurants and Catering


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