Food & Wine ~ Sarah Stierch

Sarah Stierch Sarah Stierch is the Food + Drink Editor of the Sun (with occasional visits to other areas of the paper). Stierch has eaten, drunk, and written her way through 13 countries and the hottest food trends and communities in the USA. She's also a racing and travel geek, venturing beyond food/booze to cover subjects that connect to Sonoma Valley, such as IndyCar racing and other wine making regions. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, the Independent, Salon, Gawker, Smithsonian and on National Public Radio, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.


Drink Negroni for animals

Posted on June 2, 2015 by Sarah Stierch
A classic Negroni (Geoff Peters, CC BY 2.0)
A classic Negroni (Geoff Peters, CC BY 2.0)

This week is Negroni Week. The Negroni is an old school cocktail which is believed to have been invented in Florence, Italy in 1919. The cocktail comprises one part gin, one part red vermouth, one part Campari, and an orange peel garnish.

From today until June 7, the girl & the fig is donating $1 of Negroni inspired cocktails to Pets Lifeline of Sonoma Valley, Sonoma’s only non-profit devoted to finding homeless and abandoned cats and dogs forever homes.

girl & the fig’s Sondra Bernstein adopted Lucie, and you can enjoy a Pisco Lucie (barrel aged, Barsol Pisco Primero, Carpano Antica, Campari, Apresol and an orange peel, $12) and other cocktails named after pets at Pets Lifeline.

Get your Negroni on at girl & the fig, 110 W. Spain, St, Sonoma; 938-3634. Learn more here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!