The second addition of this amazing event once again took place at the Westerfeld mansion off Alamo Square. This house is a San Francisco Historical Landmark built in 1889 and was chosen not only for its historical ties to the SF market, but also because it created the perfect environment to capture the historical nature of the Carpano/ Fratelli Branca products we were highlighting. The event featured
an hour long historical tour of the house given by the owner Jim Segal, ending with a shot of Fernet-Branca and brief education by Nicole in the "tower", Exclusive Carpano Antica Formula, Punt E Mes, and Fernet-Branca cocktails created and served by our friends at 15 Romolo, a guided tasting seminar by the 15 Romolo Team on the category of Vermouths, A photo booth with costumes, A make your own manhattan bar, and of corse the Wheel-O- Swag! Attendees included San Francisco bartenders,
consumers, and industry elite.
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