Part 2 of A PHILADELPHIA TASTING MENU
Did Jamie enjoy his listener-mandated viewing of GREEN LANTERN? Will anyone understand Scott's triple-Venn-diagram explanation connecting food to wine to movies? Does this velvety, warm, old vine Patagonian Pinot Noir find purchase with this post-punk, pastel period piece that's all about the vibes? Grab a plate of pasta, some fine French pastry, and a glass of (sexy voice) Pinot Noir before hitting play on this here episode!
Bodega Chacra ‘Barda’ Pinot Noir 2020 is available at Crush Wine Co. for $26.
MARIE ANTOINETTE (2006) is written and directed by Sophia Coppola. It's on Hulu right meow, where you should definitely go watch it. Or VOD if that's your jam.
Irwin's Upstairs is a Sicilian restaurant at the top of the Bok Building in South Philly owned by Michael Ferreri. The Gnocchi Sardi featured in this episode is a staple of their menu and is available nightly.
Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our NEW art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns’ ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils’ as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)