Five perfectly paired courses, featured select nights this October as part of our Ruth’s TasteMaker Dinners Series.
Since 1385, the Antinori family has remained an innovator in Italian winemaking—most notably sparking the Italian wine revolution of the 1970s with their creation of the first Super Tuscan—all the while maintaining paramount respect for the territory and long-standing traditions. Much like our own Ruth Fertel, the Antinori family established themselves as industry superstars by making bold, groundbreaking decisions without straying from their core values.
We’re bringing these two food and wine front-runners together for a one-time-only evening. Adding Italian touches to our traditional steak house fare, this unique dinner pairs five decadent dishes with five luxurious Tuscan wines—including the estate’s flagship wine, the Guado al Tasso. Come experience the tradition, passion and intuition six centuries in the making, served alongside savory courses and Ruth’s signature sizzle.
With a crisp, savory finish and a balanced and complex fragrance, the nose shows notes of cherries, tobacco, candied oranges and spices.
In 1990, Piero Antinori introduced a red blend composed mainly of Bordeaux grape varieties that has since become the flagship wine of the largest estate in Bolgheri. Today, Guada al Tasso is considered one of the great wines of Italy, celebrated for its complexity of flavor, age worthiness, and character. It is aged for 18 months in new French oak barriques, followed by 12 months in the bottle.
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*We ask all attending to drink responsibly. Due to the exclusive nature of this event a credit card is required to secure your reservation. A $50 charge will be incurred for reservations not cancelled 24 hours in advance. Not available in all locations.
**Items are served raw, or undercooked, or may contain raw or undercooked ingredients. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food-borne illness.