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Northshore November 2019

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68 NOVEMBER 2019 a small Tuscan producer to celebrate the restaurant's 40th anniversary back in 2017. What's nice about these wines, says Frattaroli, "is that they help us create bonds with the restaurant and Italy, while supporting these small wineries. People try to Google our wines and can't find them online, which gives us a nice exclusivity," he adds. Tuscan Kitchen, with locations in Burlington, Boston's Seaport, and New Hampshire (Portsmouth and Salem), also has its own wine label. "Castello di Querceto in Chianti created the wines for Tuscan Kitchen to complement our authentic regional Italian cuisine," says Tuscan Brands beverage director Joe Comforti. "Our team, in cooperation with the winery, tasted over fifty blends to create our first Tuscan Kitchen Private Reserve Cellars, Toscana Rosso. We're now pouring the 2015 vintage, which is filled with beautiful flavors of black cherry, spice, and earth and goes well with roasted red meats, aged cheeses, osso buco, and eggplant and chicken Parmesan." For lighter meats and seafood dishes, the team worked with the winery to create Tuscan Kitchen Private Reserve Tuscan Kitchen's Toscana Private Reserve Cellars Toscano Rosso Toscanoso and Toscana Bianco. I N - D E P T H Natural looking results & non-surgical cosmetic procedures. Physician performed aesthetic practice Botox Fillers Skin Tightening CoolSculpting CO2RE INTIMA Clear + Brilliant Hair PRP Hair PRP O-Shot P-Shot Vaginal Rejuvenation RF Microneedling Vampire Facial/Facelift CO2 Laser Resurfacing Ulthe Ultherapy

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