He Chef Michael ChiarelloKnown for its Italian-inspired California restaurants, winner A Amy Excellent presenter “Easy Entertainment with Michael Chiarello” and appears “The Best Chef” And “Top Chef Masters” of Bravodied He is 61 years old.
Chiarello died of a cause Friday at Queen of Valley Medical Center in Napa Allergic reaction This caused him to go into an anaphylactic “shock”. The Chiarello Group. Chiarello was hospitalized last week to receive treatment for an allergic reaction So far, no details have been provided on how the allergic reaction occurred.
“We deeply mourn the loss of our beloved patriarch Michael. His culinary prowess, his boundless creativity and his unwavering devotion to family were the essence of his being.”, it said in a statement.
Chiarello, Licensee Culinary Institute of America in New YorkHe opened his first restaurant at the age of 22: Toby’s, in Miami. He later opened several restaurants in Napa Valley and San Francisco Tra Vigne Restaurant, Coquetta, Otimo and Bottega. He was also the owner Chiarello Family Vineyards in Yountville, California.
Bottega was named Best New Restaurant by Zagat in 2008 Voted one of America’s Best New Restaurants Forbes et al Esquire.
In 1985, the Food and Wine Magazine Named Chiarello Chef of the Year And in 1995 he received the award Culinary Institute of America Chef of the Year In 2011, he participated in the competition “The Next Iron Chef” of Food NetworkIn “Superstar Supermarket” of lifetime and was a judge “chopped”. He was named Esquire magazine’s Chef of the Year in 2013.
In 2016, Chiarello was Allegation of sexual harassment By two former employees Coquette. The lawsuits filed were settled the following year.
His books include “Livefire Cookbook”, “The Tra Vigne Cookbook”, “Michael Chiarello’s Bottega”, “Michael Chiarello’s Casual Cooking”, “Napa Stories” And “Flavored Vinegars.”
He is survived by his wife, Eileen, and four children.
“In his memory, we ask you to join us in celebrating his extraordinary journey He He had an incredible impact on the world of food, wine and family, inviting them to share food with their families and friends to remind us that the bonds forged over food are one of life’s most precious treasures.” Grupo Chiarello concluded.