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There's a Ferrari Trento bubbles pop-up happening in Bangkok this month

Italian dishes promised to pair well with Italian wines.

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | May 10, 2017

  • There's a Ferrari Trento bubbles pop-up happening in Bangkok this month
  • There's a Ferrari Trento bubbles pop-up happening in Bangkok this month
  • There's a Ferrari Trento bubbles pop-up happening in Bangkok this month
    Chef Luca Appino
Throughout May, Italian restaurant La Bottega di Luca features a special menu promised to pair well with the Ferrari Trento wines.
 
Chef-proprietor Luca Appino and head chef Andrea Ortu will be serving risotto with 36-month Parmesan cheese, scampi, green apple, lime and thyme foam (B790) to go with Maximum Brut Rose (B380/glass), and slow-cooked Australian wagyu beef cheek with potato and Italian bacon mille-feuille (B890) to go with Sagrantino Carapace (B370/glass).
 
A bottle of Trento starts from B1,700 with a plate of tapas. 
 
Terrace 49, Sukhumvit Soi 49, 02-204-1731
 
 

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