The dish: Buckwheat pasta, rabbit meatballs, nettles and Grana Padano cheese, $15 as an appetizer, $29 as an entrée The wine: 2011 Cirelli Montepulciano, Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo, Italy, $15 per glass, $62 per bottle Grape varietal: Montepulciano The pairing: This dish can certainly work well with a heavier white wine, but since we serve it both as an appetizer on the à la carte menu and as a middle course in the tasting menu, I opt for a rosé, as it also marks ...

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