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Foodstuffs: Winning Wines, a Restaurant Residency, Rosh Hashanah To Go, and Heading South

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Chef Delfin Jaranilla and sommelier Randi Lee of Leland Eating & Drinking House are in residency this week at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY ROSIE'S

Chef Delfin Jaranilla and sommelier Randi Lee of Leland Eating & Drinking House are in residency this week at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY ROSIE'S

Chef Delfin Jaranilla and sommelier Randi Lee of Leland Eating & Drinking House are in residency this week at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Chef Delfin Jaranilla and sommelier Randi Lee of Leland Eating & Drinking House are in residency this week at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Leland's tuna puttanesca is on the menu this weekend at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Leland's tuna puttanesca is on the menu this weekend at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Leland's fried fish is on the menu this weekend at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Leland's fried fish is on the menu this weekend at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Leland's Balsam Farms heirloom tomato panzanella  is on the menu this weekend at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Leland's Balsam Farms heirloom tomato panzanella is on the menu this weekend at Rosie's in Amagansett. COURTESY LELAND EATING AND DRINKING HOUSE

Bedell Cellars' 2021 Pinot Gris has been awarded 92 points from VinePair. COURTESY BEDELL CELLARS

Bedell Cellars' 2021 Pinot Gris has been awarded 92 points from VinePair. COURTESY BEDELL CELLARS

L & W Market's matzo ball soup is on the menu for Rosh Hashanah. COURTESY L&W MARKET

L & W Market's matzo ball soup is on the menu for Rosh Hashanah. COURTESY L&W MARKET

authorStaff Writer on Sep 4, 2023

Bedell Scores 92 for Its Pinot Gris

Bedell Cellars has announced that its 2021 Pinot Gris has been awarded 92 points from VinePair (vinepair.com) and has made it to VinePair’s list of “Best Pinot Grigio’s for 2023.”

The Pinot Gris 2021 is made from young vines that were planted at Bedell in 2016. It is crisp and light, yet boasting a deceptively full mouthfeel and beautiful aromatics. Partial skin contact was used during fermentation to boost these characteristics. The 2021 vintage showed ripeness level rivaling that of 2010.

Bedell Cellars is a family-owned estate on the North Fork. The 80-acre estate is certified sustainable and produces hand-crafted wines that combine the most refined techniques with sustainable farming, indigenous fermentation and artistic blending. Bedell Cellar is one of the only vineyards in the world fermenting with 100 percent naturally occurring indigenous yeasts. The vineyard has fermented over 50 small batches of wine and has produced over 34 vintages. All wines are hand crafted on the estate and the journey from vine to bottle consistent with ancient winemaking traditions.

Bedell Cellars is at 36225 Main Road in Cutchogue.

Leland Is in Residency at Rosie’s

Leland Eating & Drinking House, a cozy neighborhood restaurant nestled in the heart of Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, is currently in residency at Rosie’s in Amagansett, where owner/sommelier Randi Lee and chef/partner Delfin Jaranilla are offering a pop up menu from September 7 to 10.

Leland’s New York Mediterranean cuisine is made up of sustainable ingredients sourced locally. The $150 six-course tasting menu will offer signature Leland dishes using local farms and fishmongers and it features: Balsam Farms flour focaccia with rosemary, shallot and olive oil; Montauk fluke crudo with braised radish, dashi, sugar kelp; Balsam Farms heirloom tomato panzanella with Calabrian chili, lemon-miso, basil; Montauk tuna puttanesca; Crescent Duck frites and seasonal ice cream.

In addition to the prix-fixe menu, the team is cooking up an a la carte menu at the bar of dishes with local products like sweet corn fritters, fried rice and a chicken sandwich. They’ll also serve a late-night menu from 10 p.m. to midnight that will feature their whole fried fish and other popular Leland-style plates.

Guests can visit Resy for reservations, walk-ins are welcome too. Upcoming restaurant residencies include Wayla (September 14 to 17 and September 21 to 24) and Little Owl (September 28 to 3). Rosie’s is at 195 Main Street in Amagansett.

Rosh Hashanah To Go From L&W Market

L & W Market in Bridgehampton will offer to go meals for Rosh Hashanah. Orders for Rosh Hashanah must be placed by noon on September 12.

Appetizers and platters include: a Mezze Combo for $69 that serves six to eight and features citrus cured olives, beet hummus, lentil yogurt spread, eggplant walnut dip, whipped feta and flat bread; Matzo ball soup for $24 that serves two to three; smoked bluefish pate ($16.50 for a half pint) and chopped liver ($15.50 for a half pint).

Main Courses include: red wine braised brisket ($89 serves two to four, $149 serves six to eight); whole roasted chicken ($45 serves two to three); and braised duck Sephardic style ($69 serves two to four). Sides include: classic kugel ($49); Sagaponack baby carrots, sautéed Amagansett greens and rosemary roasted fingerlings ($21 each); and challah ($16). For dessert, Milk Pale apple crisp ($65 serves six to eight).

Orders may be placed online at landwmarket.com/rosh-hashanahs or at 631-537-1123.

L&W Market is at 2493 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton.

Tutto Takes It South

Tutto il Giorno is heading south … way south. Last week, word came that The Royal Poinciana Plaza in Florida will soon be welcoming Tutto Mare, a Mediterranean restaurant concept, from Tutto il Giorno restaurant group. The 200-seat eatery, which is slated to open in late 2024, will occupy a historic playhouse on the property and will be the first and only intra-coastal waterfront restaurant in Palm Beach.

Built in the late 1950s, The Royal Poinciana Plaza is a landmarked property with 180,000 square feet of retail space and sprawling gardens.

Designed by world-renowned architect John Volk, The Royal serves as a unique shopping and entertainment destination and is arranged around two courtyards with outdoor furniture, palm trees and gardens, providing a destination for guests to enjoy outdoor events, read the paper, sip a coffee, gather with family and friends, shop or dine.

“From the day we bought The Royal, we committed to finding the best of the best to fill it,” said Samantha David, president of Massachusetts-based WS Development, which oversees the property. “When I first stood in the historic playhouse restaurant and looked out over the water, I knew we needed the world’s best Mediterranean restaurant to open its doors and spill onto the deck with the sun setting behind it. What the team at Tutto is creating with Tutto Mare brings something special and new to the island and we believe it will become an iconic destination for many generations to come.”

Tutto il Giorno was born after husband-and-wife team, Gianpaolo de Felice and Gabby Karan de Felice, dreamed of opening an outdoor seaside dining experience reminiscent of Gianpaolo’s upbringing in southern Italy. Along with their partners, Gally and David Mayer, the couple opened the first Tutto il Giorno in 2008. Current locations include Southampton, East Hampton and Sag Harbor.

Gianpaolo always had a vision of expanding to Palm Beach, and when he saw the playhouse he knew that this was the perfect new home for the Tutto family.

“The Tutto family encompasses not only our friends but everyone who shares in our passion for delicious cuisine, exquisite wine and embracing the art of living well,” said Gabby Karan de Felice. “Our goal with Tutto Mare is to create something chic, comfortable, and intimate, balancing architecture with décor and ambiance. Tutto Mare will be a place for the community to gather in a fresh environment, while celebrating Palm Beach’s rich history.”

Tutto Mare will celebrate the history and authenticity of the space, while bringing a modern Mediterranean twist to Palm Beach. The outdoor terrace overlooking the water flawlessly aligns with the original vision of a coastal open-air eatery, and the lifestyle element and close proximity to the Plaza will play a crucial role in crafting a distinctive experience.

For more information, visit tuttoilgiorno.com.

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