One for all the Dads: June 2017

By June 1, 2017News

Wait Till Your Father Gets Home

Last month was all about moms. Now it’s dads turn in the limelight. Old dads, young dads, tall dads and short ones, grumpy ones, crazy ones and (especially) hungry ones, we love ‘em all. So don’t forget it’s Fathers’ Day 18th June, otherwise we’ll have to use our “mad dad” voice and send you to bed. Without your Graziano’s dinner. Reserve a table!

A Big Deal

$1.99 Empanadas

As a family of food lovers, Father’s Day is a big occasion for us. So bring your old man down to Graziano’s and we’ll treat him like the head of our family. Food, wine, sizzling steaks, you name it and we’ll make sure he feels like a king. Or at least keeps out of your mom’s hair for a few hours.

And if your dad is anything like ours, the only thing he’ll love more than his food is a bargain. So for all the dads in Miami, we’re thrilled to announce that every Monday they can now fill up on our homemade empanadas for just $1.99*. At this rate, mom may never have to cook for him again.

*Cannot combine with any other offer or happy hour promotion


Wines of the Month

San Pedro de Yacochuya vino tinto 2012

Dark red in color with carmine flecks on the side of the glass and aromas of black cherry & currant, smoky tar, tobacco and licorice, this vino tinto is a concentrated, well-balanced crimson beauty.

Its taste delivers a full-bodied warmth with hints of spicy, sweet paprika and powerful, black fruit unaffected by its French oak barriques. At 85% Malbec and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine has an intriguing freshness, smoothness and sweetness.

This is another great effort by French winemaker Michel Rolland, with the vines growing at an incredible altitude of 2,018 meters above sea level!

Torrontes San Pedro de Yacochuya 2015 

This Torrontes hails from the northern Argentine region of Salta, with its 50-year-old vines growing at an impressive altitude of 2,000 meters (that’s more than 6,000 feet above sea level!). It’s color is a beautiful, rich, slightly cloudy yellow.

The first impression on the nose is very firm and captivating, with tropical fruit, a bouquet of white flowers, honey, lemon peel, and lime aromas, as well as fresh cut herbs.

On the palate are maracuya, delicious lychee and cane sugar with a touch of rosewater, but with a finish that is very dry, has good acidity and herbal minerality and a touch of sea salt.

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