Tommy Lasorda is best known for managing the Los Angeles Dodgers for twenty seasons (1977-1996); he has been a part of the Dodgers organization for over fifty years total (for some time as a pitcher for the team). While Lasorda led the Dodgers, they won 1,599 games, eight National League West titles, four National League pennants, and two World Series. He still works within the organization.
Tommy Lasorda has once again put together a winning line-up and team with his selection of Italian wines. The Lasorda wines have been carefully selected by Casa Torelli Imports from leading wine producing regions of Italy. Of the first eight varietals to grace American tabletops, Lasorda is so very proud of the Trebbiano and Montelpuciano D'Abruzzo wines. These varietals hail from the homeland of his father, Sabatino Lasorda. The Lasorda wines have also received medals at the Los Angeles International wine competition, receiving a Gold Medal with his Chianti Classico DOCG and a Bronze Medal for his Chardonnay di Sicilia DOC.
Tommy Lasorda looks forward to sharing his Lasorda branded Italian wines with his family and friends throughout the world; these will be some of the best Italian wines you will ever experience. Sure to be
a hit, actually, "A HOMERUN".
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