Introducing New Wines
Since Easter is the end of the Lent season, food plays a big part in the celebrations. Traditional Easter foods include lamb or goat, artichokes, and special Easter breads that vary from region to region.
We have crafted a special menu for such occasion. Please call to make your reservation at 214 618 1991. Open from 11 AM.
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New Wines are arriving to Giardino!
Brolo Campofiorin Oro by Masi
Rosso del veronese IGT
$44 and $12 by the Glass
Dry, rich, velvety, complex and elegant. Made in the same approachable style as Campofiorin, of which this is a cuvée version, using the original production method inspired by the technique employed for Amarone.
Given extra complexity with the addition to the blend of the special Oseleta grape, rediscovered by Masi, ageing in small oak casks accentuates its international style.
Corvina, Rondinella, Oseleta.
Look: deep ruby red.
Nose: berry fruit, preserves and vanilla.
Palate: rich, full-bodied, packed with baked fruit, and hints of cocoa and vanilla on the finish.
Samas by Agricola Punica
IGT Isola dei Nuraghi
$42 and $12 by the Glass
white wine made from selected Vermentino and Chardonnay grapes, vinified with cryo-maceration techniques to preserve the wine from oxidation. Harvesting done by hand at dawn to maintain the characteristic varietal notes of these grapes, mostly coming from vineyards with sandy soil.
80% Vermentino – 20% Chardonnay
Vivid yellow straw colour with soft greenish hints, the typical bouquet of tropical fruit and citrus notes with a distinguish Mediterranean flavour (sage fragrancy).
On the palate this wine is silky and well balanced by a moderate alcohol content (12,5%), good salinity and freshness notes.To be stored at medium-low temperatures on the range of 15-17 °C and to be served a bit cooler (around 12-13 °C). It matches very well all fish-made dishes, any white meat or it can be simply savoured as aperitif.
Were still enjoying the great weather that Fall offers every year here in Frisco. But soon it will begin to look a lot like Christmas, which means it is time to finalize your plans for your holiday parties this season! Whether you are planning your annual family reception or company holiday celebration, Trattoria al Giardino will provide the perfect, authentic Italian setting for your special event. With delectable cuisine, an excellent selection of wine, as well as welcoming and professional staff, your guests will be blown away by the experience.
We offer several private rooms and spaces for your enjoyment, as well as the option to handcraft a menu with one of our catering specialists or a selection from our available set menus. Let us know what you are looking for in your special event, and it will be our pleasure to host you.
On the note of the upcoming holidays and gift giving, we also offer gift cards for your stocking stuffer or gift exchange purposes! They are available for purchase at the restaurant for any amount you may need.
Ci vediamo presto!
Valentine’s Day was initially celebrated as a Spring Festival in Italy. Celebration for the day was held in the open air. Young people would gather in tree arbors or ornamental gardens and enjoy listening to music and reading of poetry. Later they would stroll off with their Valentine into the gardens. The custom steadily ceased over the course of years and has not been celebrated for centuries.
The celebration of Valentine’s Day in Italy is actually an imported holiday from the American tradition, just like Halloween which was never originally an Italian tradition but is celebrated today. It is a holiday for romantic couples and children do not exchange Valentine cards as they do in the United States.
In the Roman Empire February 14 was a holiday on to celebrate the Queen of Roman gods and goddesses. The ancient Romans also considered this queen named Juno to be the goddess Queen of Women and Marriage.
This Valentine’s, lets celebrate L’amore with a romantic meal at Trattoria al Giardino. Express your love with an authentic Italian experience. That’s amore.
The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is a Southern Italian and Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other seafood. That is why this Christmas Eve we offer a Special Meal that includes 7 ingredients from the sea.
Christmas Eve 7 fishes Meal
Insalata di Mare
Medley of salmon, shrimp, calamari, clams, and mussels, mixed with olives, celery, and sweet peppers. Dressed with extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice
Merluzzo al Granchio
Blackened Fresh wild caught Alaskan Cod, topped with Jumbo Lump Crab meat and lemon white wine sauce. Served with risotto milanese.
Call 214 618 1991 to book a reservation. Last seating is at 8:30 PM
Trattoria al Giardino and San Felice Agricola are hosting a Wine Dinner the night of Tuesday November 18th at 6:30 PM. The menu include four courses paired with four wines from the San Felice Vineyards in Tuscany
San Felice US Ambassador, Francesco Riviera, will be present as a guest speaker during the event to explain the featured wines and respond to your questions.
Reservations only, seats are limited
call at 214 – 618 – 1991
$60 per person, plus tax, plus 20% service charge.
See the menu here
About San Felice Agricola
Like every locale in this land that boasts ancient cultural roots, San Felice too offers material evidence that goes back to the region’s Etruscan origins. But it was in the 10th century that documents emerge that show the Pieve San Felice in Pincis, dedicated to the martyr San Felice da Nola, as one of the oldest Chianti-area foundations. Its properties and the medieval borgo that grew up around the church experienced the same historical vicissitudes as the surrounding areas. They passed through various types of control, from that of the religious orders to that of powerful local families, a case in point being the Sienese Cerretani family, whose oversight lasted until the 19th century. The Del Taja family then assumed control, and turned the estate into a highly successful enterprise, right into the first half of the 20th century, their prestige symbolised by the fact that they were among the founders of the Consorzio del Chianti Classico,with its famous black rooster logo.
After the Second World War, however, San Felice went through a period of decline, along with the entire Chianti region. But its fortunes turned with its acquisition in 1968 by a large financial group, and then in 1978, when it was acquired by RAS.
Enzo Morganti, a far-sighted manager with long experience in growing sangiovese, launched in that year the re-structuring of the enterprise and its transformation from an entity largely focused on quantity to one fully dedicated to high quality. He laid the foundations as well for systematic scientific research, which was initially directed at developing the full potential of the sangiovese variety.
Today, Agricola San Felice, widely recognised for its innovative approach and for uncompromising quality, has achieved remarkable success, as well as business performance, as its growth in the Italian and global markets has made clear.
more at www.agricolasanfelice.com
Our Daily Focaccia Bread
Every day both Lunch and Dinner we bake our delicious herbed flat bread and it is complimentarily brought to you to enjoy with your meal.
Focaccia (Italian pronunciation: [foˈkattʃa]) is a flat oven-baked Italian bread product similar in style and texture to pizza doughs. It may be topped with herbs or other ingredients. Focaccia is popular in Italy and is usually seasoned with olive oil and salt, and sometimes herbs, and may be topped with onion, cheese and meat, or flavored with a number of vegetables.
In Ancient Rome, panis focacius was a flat bread baked on the hearth. The word is derived from the Latin focus meaning “hearth, place for baking”. The basic recipe is thought by some to have originated with the Etruscans or ancient Greeks, but today it is widely associated with Ligurian cuisine.
As the tradition spread, the different dialects and diverse local ingredients resulted in a large variety of bread (some may even be considered cake). Due to the number of small towns and hamlets dotting the coast of Liguria, the focaccia recipe has fragmented into countless variations (from the biscuit-hard focaccia of Camogli to the oily softness of the one made in Voltri), with some bearing little resemblance to its original form.
Anyways, we prefer to serve it with our home infused extra virgin olive oil and imported balsamic vinaigrette. Mangia, mangia, che te fa bene.
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11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Frisco, TX 75034