Discover Art Costa’s ‘Sounds Deep’ at BMAC, showcasing mystical deep-sea creatures in art. Join the talk on Dec. 14 for an immersive experience.
Join us after our film screening of Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii for an unforgettable 3-course culinary adventure featuring cuisine inspired by historic recipes from Pompeii paired with regional wines!
Great Falls Harvest is a family owned farm-to-table restaurant that uses seasonal local ingredients from regenerative, sustainable food systems. With roots in the slow food movement, Chef Chris Menegoni crafts exciting global cuisine bursting with color, flavor, and texture, innovative and therapeutic cuisine for times of unpredictable change.
All-inclusive yickets are extremely limited and include the film screening at 5pm, followed by a 3-course feast and curated wines at 7pm.
About the Wines: Few territories in the world can claim such a remarkable history for grape growing and wine making than what is today the Campania region of Italy. Vine tending can be dated to 12th C BC, and literally hundreds of grape varieties existed both indigenous and of Greek origin. These grapes grown in the hot summers inland but within reach of Mt. Vesuvius and the city of Naples, thrived under the Romans with its structured whites of grapes of Greco and Fiano and rich red Aglianico (then Hellenicum) and the legendary wine called Falernum, at its peak in the 1st C AD. Production was in Amphora with many flavorings and other ingredients added both for aesthetics and stabilization. Aside from a few established producers keeping the flame, the wines during the 20th century were slow to catch the wave of the global revolution towards quality and commerce of the ’70s and beyond but recent decades has seen both established wineries and a tremendous rise of new families and visionaries realizing Campania’s viticultural bounty and history.
About Wine Expert Rob Forman:
Starting in the wine industry in 1988 in specialty retail in Austin, Texas, Rob’s Italian wine obsession began in the early 1990s. Relocating to Connecticut he worked in both distribution and imports before joining Dalla Terra in 2002, a nationally recognized and leading importer/agent of Italian wines. Rob has been nurturing both producer and distributor business in various roles over the years deriving success by being grounded, consistent and conscientious, while also educating through context and clarity. Rob has a predilection for wines with opacity, acidity and finesse.
Parallel to work, Rob’s other activities revolve around music in the forms of his unending and expanding music collection, non-commercial radio activity, running the experimental label Sedimental Records and small event curation in unique settings. Raised in Texas (with mid-west roots) Rob has had stints in the Northeast, Texas and returned to the Northeast again in 2019, settling in Western, MA with his family. We are honored that Rob has recently joined the Board Of Directors at Epsilon Spires serving as Secretary.