Somm Sundays at Ada’s Wine Bar continues with special guest Emily Baddock, Head of Sales at Alt Imports, offering special selections paired with special dishes from Chef de Cuisine Jackson Stamper.
Baddock will provide guests with the background, tasting notes and characteristics of some of her favorite Alt Imports wines including:
- 2019 Alice Beaufort, Brut Nature ‘Le Petit Beaufort’, Burgundy, France
- 2019 Francesco Cirelli ‘Pecorino d’Anfora’, Abruzzo, Italy
- 2021 Maloof ‘Rouge de Gris’, Oregon, United States
- 2017 Château Falfas, Bordeaux, France
The wines can be purchased by the glass or as a flight. As always at Ada’s, take home bottles are 25% off. Reservations via the website adaslv.com are strongly recommended, but walk-ins will also be welcome per availability. The regular menu & wine list will also be available.
When: Sunday, November 6th, from 3 p.m.- 6 p.m.
Where: Ada’s Wine Bar – Tivoli Village, 410 S. Rampart Blvd #120 Las Vegas, NV 89145
Who: Emily Baddock, Head of Sales at Alt Imports; Ada’s Wine Bar Chef de Cuisine Jackson Stamper; Wine Goddess Kat Thomas; Chef/Partner James Trees.
About Emily Baddock
Emily Baddock heads sales at Alt Imports, a low-intervention wine and spirits distributor based in downtown Las Vegas. She previously managed the wine program at Momofuku’s first steakhouse, Majordōmo LV, and championed natural wine at Washington DC’s acclaimed Thamee and Dio Wine Bar. Baddock holds WSET Level 3 certification and is currently studying for her WSET Diploma, the program’s final tier. Prior to her wine life, Baddock worked in academia and earned her MBA from Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School. This fall, Baddock co-founded Las Vegas’ first natural wine fair, Co-Ferment, to help connect the city’s low-intervention wine community.
About Ada’s Wine Bar
From James Beard Finalist Chef James Trees and LEV Group, Ada’s Wine Bar presents wines of the world, accompanied by classic and creative shareable plates, boards and more. Chosen for their intrigue, value and delight, the innovative wine list includes whites, roses and reds from around the world, categorized by descriptors such as “zesty, bright & aromatic” or “bold, spicy & rich” rather than region or grape.
Along with nearly 100 bottle selections (starting at $30), nearly two dozen wines by the glass are offered starting at $9. Sparkling wines, sherries, amaros and beers are also available. The carefully curated menu is inspired by Chef Trees’ travels around Spain and the Mediterranean, in collaboration with Chef de Cuisine Jackson Stamper formerly of Employees Only in New York. Led by Advanced Sommelier Kat “Wine Goddess” Thomas, the floor team is composed of accomplished sommeliers and wine enthusiasts.
Offering indoor and outdoor seating, Ada’s Wine Bar has a fresh look including kitchen-facing wraparound wood bartop, tufted banquettes and hightop group tables. Recent accolades include: Best New Wine Bar (Vegas Magazine); The Best Bars in Vegas -and- Best Places for Drinking Wine in Las Vegas (both Thrillist); and Best Restaurants in Las Vegas (Pure Wow).
Ada’s Wine Bar 410 S. Rampart Blvd # 120 Las Vegas, NV 89145
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