Get Schooled By Maestro's Sommelier

While Maestro continues to search for a head chef to replace Fabio Trabocchi, fans should be pleased to hear that its talented sommelier, Vincent Feraud (pictured), is opening up the restaurant's impressive wine cellar for a series of monthly classes.

Feraud will host four themed classes at the Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner restaurant beginning Jan. 24. Topics include the best of Tuscany (April 17) and why Champagne isn't just for special occasions (Feb. 21) — a philosophy I live by. The hotel's executive chef, Gael Cruchet, will create food pairings for each tasting.

Check out the Ritz's calendar for a full schedule, and call 703.917.5498 for reservations. Classes are $80, or the entire series may be purchased for $250.


Anonymous said...

the listed phone number is wrong, correct number is the same only ending with an 8. vincent did one of these classes around valentine's day a couple years back and it was awesome. i'm glad he's going to do some more now.

Amanda said...

Fixed now, and thanks for pointing that out! (Got it from the press release ...)

Anonymous said...

no, thank YOU! i hadn't heard about these until reading about them here. it looks like the ritz fixed their announcement now as well. no need to leave my comment up, i just wanted to make sure you had it right so others didn't run into the same problem i had.