(Photo courtesy of 5 Points Market & Restaurant)

Multi-Course ‘Bordiga x 5 Points’ Vermouth Dinner (MENU)


June 21, 2024
By Addie Ibarra
By Addie Ibarra

Have you ever thought about why vermouth is pronounced ver-mooth and not ver-mouth?

Just me? Cool.

Learn about the pronunciation of vermouth and more at the Bordiga x 5 Points Vermouth Dinner, presented in collaboration with Distilleria Bordiga and Oliver McCrum Imports. This is the perfect way to kick off your week; incredible food curated by Chef Sofia Robledo Rower and the talented team at 5 Points Market & Restaurant.

Plus, you can expect impeccably paired vermouth cocktails!

This dinner is coming up on Monday, June 24 from 7 – 10 p.m. at 5 Points, located at 756 S. Stone Ave.

(Photo courtesy of 5 Points Market & Restaurant)

Bar director Christopher Moreno will be facilitating vermouth education with Arielle DeSoucey of Action Wine & Spirits.

This is going to be a truly unique dinner – the FIRST Vermouth focused dinner EVER held in Tucson!


Arielle DeSoucey

They’ll cover the producers, the vermouths, what makes them unique, why they love them, and the best uses as they move through four beautiful, nourishing, and inspired courses with low-ABV vermouth and cocktail pairings.

(Photo courtesy of 5 Points Market & Restaurant)
Tickets & Details

As mentioned earlier, this dinner is scheduled from 7 – 10 p.m. on Monday, June 24 at 5 Points.

Tickets are available for $100 per person, inclusive of gratuity, offering four courses expertly paired with five drinks that highlight the versatility of low-ABV vermouth in cocktails and culinary creations.

Vegetarian options are readily accommodated upon request.

(Photo courtesy of 5 Points Market & Restaurant)

Tickets are now available, priced per person, and inclusive of gratuity. Don’t miss your chance to experience Tucson’s first-ever Vermouth Dinner at 5 Points. Snag your tickets here before they sell out.

Points Market & Restaurant is located at 756 S. Stone Ave. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit exploretock.com.

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Addie Ibarra, native Tucsonan, is a fierce lover of adventure, travels, and food. Addie has her Masters in Legal Studies and hopes to one day apply that towards helping people (and animals) around the globe, while traveling and tasting along...

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