Ferraro’s Ristorante Announces Sept. 16 Taste & Learn Featuring Wines From Jermann, Renato Ratti

Executive Chef Mimmo Ferraro.
(Photo courtesy of Ferraro’s)


Ferraro’s Ristorante invites guests to experience its next Taste & Learn on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 5 p.m. Taste & Learn is Ferraro’s popular, monthly wine-tasting event that provides illuminating wine education along with a menu of imaginative, authentic Italian small plates created by Ferraro’s Executive Chef Mimmo Ferraro.

The September Taste & Learn event spotlights wines from Jermann and Renato Ratti. With winemaking traditions dating back to the 18th century, Jermann is renowned across the globe for its quality, innovation and distinctive selection of white wines. For more than 50 years, the Renato Ratti estate has produced the classical wines of Italy’s Langhe district with boundless passion. The vineyard is also well known for Barolo, one of Northern Italy’s most prominent wines.

Taste & Learn attendees will begin the tasting with the Jermann Pinot Grigio, a dry, velvety and fragrant white wine pairing perfectly with fresh seafood. Second on the menu is the Renato Ratti Barbera d’Asti, an intense red wine with notes of ripe fruit and subtle hints of spices. Next is the Renato Ratti Ochetti Nebbiolo, a ruby red wine offering hits of strawberries and raspberries. Lastly, guests will conclude the tasting with the Renato Ratti Marcenasco Barolo red wine offering a harmony of licorice and tobacco notes pairing well with veal and ripe cheese.

“We cannot wait for our guests to savor these for delectable Italian plates and wines, especially the Barolo,” said Mimmo Ferraro, executive chef, Ferraro’s. “Barolo is a classic example of synergizing the perfect grape variety with the best growing conditions. It will truly be an unforgettable culinary experience.”

The full menu of wine and food pairings follows:

Jermann Pinot Grigio
Crudo di Ahi
Sashimi-grade ahi, fennel, white balsamic citrus vinaigrette, pear

Renato Ratti Barbera d’Asti
Rigatoni Corti alla Norcina
Short tube pasta, Calabrese sausage, mixed mushrooms, mascarpone, nutmeg

Renato Ratti Ochetti Nebbiolo
Sformatino di Funghi con Fonduta
Mushroom flan, Castelmagno cream, black truffle sauce

Renato Ratti Marcenasco Barolo
Vitello alla Valdostana
Veal loin, gorgonzola, veal demi, sage

Tickets for the all-inclusive experience are $110 per person and space is limited. To make reservations, please call (702) 364-5300.

Las Vegas, known worldwide as the food mecca for the most discerning palates, houses one of the leading upscale fine dining establishments for Italian cuisine, Ferraro’s Ristorante. Featuring a chic and modern ambiance, Ferraro’s is synonymous with extraordinary service and unforgettable dining experiences. Guests savor flavorful, uncomplicated dishes utilizing only premium ingredients, all-natural meats and seafood, and fresh, hand-made pasta. A recipient of the internationally acclaimed Gambero Rosso award for wine, the venue’s extraordinary list is recognized as one of the top Italian wine collections in the world. Headed by Executive Chef Mimmo Ferraro, classic training, ingenuity, and passion for the Italian kitchen bring authenticity and creativity to the menu, carrying on the tradition and history that made Ferraro’s an iconic name in the culinary space.
Whether joining for happy hour, dinner, or late-night fare, in addition to the classic dishes you can order a la carte, guests may request a guided tasting menu that includes exquisite wine pairings. The meticulous care put into each detail makes this a truly unique place. Open daily with a main dining room, private seating, lounge, and patio options, a memorable culinary adventure awaits.

Ferraro’s Ristorante is located at 4480 Paradise Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89148. For more information or reservations, call (702) 364-5300 or learn more online at

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Ferraro's Ristorante Announces Sept. 16 Taste & Learn Featuring Wines From Jermann, Renato Ratti
Ferraro's Ristorante Announces Sept. 16 Taste & Learn Featuring Wines From Jermann, Renato Ratti