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Mattison’s Forty-One Hosts Bonterra Wine Dinner

| Caryn V. Hodge |

Start 2023 out with a delicious and exclusive wine dinner hosted by Chef Paul Mattison, owner of Mattison’s Restaurants and Catering. Join Chef Paul and special guest speaker Jake Pippin from Bonterra Wines, on Thursday, January 26, 6:30 pm at Mattison’s Forty-One Restaurant located at 7275 S. Tamiami Trail. The event will be held in the private Galleria where guests will be wined and dined with a chef-crafted, 5-course menu expertly prepared and perfectly paired with varietals from the Bonterra wine portfolio. Tickets are $125 ++.

In 2021, Bonterra achieved Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC) for their Mendocino County, CA winery and vineyard, demonstrating the highest levels of adherence to responsible business and farming practice. They are the world’s largest winery to obtain ROC certification.

They are a recipient of the Wine Enthusiasts Wine Star Award and were recognized as the American Winery of the Year in 2016.

According to, Bonterra Vineyards emerged in 1990 and first released 1992 as one of the early pioneers in growing organic winegrapes. Bonterra has since become the number one selling brand of wines in the US made with organic grapes.

As pioneers of regenerative organic viticulture in California, Bonterra is devoted to sharing quality wines grounded in impactful practices. Biodynamic and regenerative organic farming practices coupled with sustainable business practices reflects Bonterra’ s mission of providing the highest quality wine while honoring their respectful collaboration with the land.

As stated on, “There’s certified organic and then there’s the spirit of organic – our grapes are 100% of both. Organic certification means we don’t use synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. The spirit of organic means we don’t have to do all we do. The spirit of organic is a proactive approach that places us in tune with the vines and the land, observing their cues and anticipating what they need. Each and every vine has its own mood, and our viticulturists know them all. This ensures we are delivering the best expression of that fruit from our vines to your glass.”

Tickets for this exclusive wine dinner are $125 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required. To purchase tickets, visit HERE. You ticket purchase secures your reservation. For more information visit


Mattison’s Forty-One and Catering Company is owned and operated by Chef Paul Mattison. Located in Sarasota, Mattison’s Forty-One Restaurant is open for lunch, dinner and happy hour offering inside and al fresco dining, with space for catered events, private parties, and corporate functions. With culinary trained chefs and a staff of consummate professionals, Mattison’s Forty-One offers a casual yet elegant dining experience. Menus feature inhouse, made from scratch items made with all-natural, antibiotic and hormone free ingredients from small family farms and environmentally conscious partners. Mattison’s Catering Company offers full-service catering at Mattison’s Forty-One as well as many venues throughout the region in addition to private and corporate catering for private parties and weddings.

Photo from Mattison’s Forty-One

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