It’s Truffle Season: White Truffles & Unlimited Barolo at Sauce

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It is Truffle Season (swoon) and Sauce restaurant in the Lower East Side is hosting an epic Truffle Dinner on Thursday, November 3rd that you really shouldn’t miss … because they are making it rain truffles until they run out and pouring unlimited Barolo wine throughout the dinner.  This makes us so excited, we are doing the Truffle Shuffle … obviously!

What You Get

Unlimited Barolo throughout the meal
1 Gram of White Truffles shaved table side (per dish)
** Can add a gram of truffle to any dish for $15 (addition to the 1Gram)
(3) Courses including 2 appetizers, the choice of 1 out of 3 entrees, and dessert – all with the ‘Truffle’ theme.

Seats cost $125 plus tax and gratuity.
Starts @ 8PM
Address is 78 Rivington St. New York, NY
For reservations, call 212.420.7700

As Sauce is one of our favorite Italian NYC go-to’s, we got a chance to get the inside scoop on truffles & wine from Adam Elzer, Owner of REC Hospitality Group.

PAIRING TRUFFLES & WINE

“I would only recommend pairing wines of Piemonte with truffles (nebbiolo, barolo, barbaresco, barbara) – these will always pair up to the rich flavor of the truffle and help get your palate ready for the next bite!”

PICKING BAROLO FOR THE TRUFFLE DINNER

“Nebbiolo (the grape that is used for Barolo and Barbaresco) is the only other thing this land in Piemonte produces – it pairs perfectly with the truffles – we focus on region and staying local – whatever grows together usually goes together – in this case that it is a great pairing.”

PAIRING WHITE VS. BLACK TRUFFLES

“Though my knowledge of white truffles surpasses that of black truffles, pairing still follows similar rules: Balance between strong + delicate flavors, pay attention to the acidity, have a clear ’star’ in the meal + don’t overpower it, and promote the best characteristics in the wine through the dish’s flavors.  White truffles go very well with butter and salt – so you don’t want to pair them with any dish that has to robust of a flavor as it will take away from the truffle flavor…  When pairing wines we stay within the Piemonte region.”

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