with Special Guest Francesco Riviera

Proudly Represented by

Sunday, July 11, 2021
6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Host Location
78525 Highway 111 Suite 100
La Quinta, CA

$105.00 Winewomen PSP Members 
$115.00 Non-Winewomen PSP Members
Bring your friends or your favorite date!

Attire ~ Desert Summer Evening

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Chef Rico's Tray Passed Appetizers
Butternut Squash Squares
melted brie points
Beef & Blue Cheese Crostini
paired with
San Felice Vermentino 2019

First Course
Poached Pear Salad
bosc pears | sweet baby mixed greens | goat cheese
champagne vinaigrette
paired with
Ancherona Chardonnay 2017

Second Course
Glazed Scottish Salmon Filet
red miso glaze | sautéed wax beans
paired with
Campogiovanni Rosso di Montalcino 2016

Third Course
PRIME Petite Filet Oscar
king crab | asparagus | béarnaise sauce
smoked gouda twice baked potato
paired with
Vigorello 2015

Fourth Course
White Chocolate & Peach Bread Pudding
warm whiskey sauce
paired with
Vin Santo

freshly brewed coffee and assorted hot tea

Menu Created By
Rico Bibanco
Executive Chef

Our Evening's Wines Hosted
and Proudly Represented by

Our evenings's Special Guest is Francesco Riviera, US Sales and Brand Manager for San Felice Agricola. Francesco been representing the San Felice wine brands throughout the United States as the North and South American Ambassador for Societa Agricola San Felice since 2013. He was born in Florence, Italy, and attended the University of Florence. Francesco travels extensively throughout Italy and North and South America cultivating the San Felice brand introducing Tuscan wines worldwide. Italy is the largest wine producing country in the world with an annual wine production of 4.7 million tons of which 8 million cases of wine are produced in Tuscany.

San Felice is a medieval Tuscan hamlet nestled among the hillsides of Chianti Classico near Siena and Montalcino. The Estate is today a prestigious winery led by creative, innovative talents who have made great wines since the beginning, including the first Super Tuscan ever made in Chianti Classico, Vigorello. 85% of San Felice’s 140 hectares are planted to Sangiovese, confirming the estate’s propensity for producing a Chianti Classico truly representative of the local terroir as Il Grigio Riserva and the two Gran Selezione Il Grigio and Poggio Rosso. In 1981 San Felice ventured into other production zones acquiring the Campogiovanni Estate in Montalcino, starting to produce a Brunello that within a few years was named among Wine Spectator’s “Top 100”, and more recently, in 2016, acquired six hectares in Bolgheri, establishing the Bell’Aja brand. The historic medieval hamlet surrounded by vineyards was ultimately transformed into a 5-star hotel that has been the only Relais & Châteaux resort in Chianti Classico since 1992. Today, San Felice boasts close to 1700 hectares in total, 180 of which are planted to vine for an average annual production of 1.2 million bottles of wine made entirely from estate fruit. San Felice also has two wine shops open year-round at the estates in Chianti Classico and Montalcino that welcome wine lovers from all over the world.
Our July 2021 Winewomen PSP Dinner Benefits

Alzheimers Coachella Valley, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit, was formed to meet the needs of families and focus on HOPE. All of Alzheimers Coachella Valley's programs emphasize where the family is and work with what is still possible. Their families openly tell them what they need; they listen and then create innovative, relevant programs and services. Alzheimers Coachella Valley provides support and services at low or no-cost for Coachella Valley residents living with cognitive impairment, their families and care partners.

Their doors opened in January, 2018, and their office is staffed by trained and professional volunteers, many of whom have more than 20 years of Alzheimer’s / dementia care experience. One hundred percent of the funds raised by Alzheimers Coachella Valley remains in the community to provide local support.

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