Wine Dinner Event – The Wines of Castello di Ama

Tuesday January 25, 2011

The Wines of Castello Di Ama

with owner Lorenza Sebasti-Pallanti

Tickets Available Now

Join us for a tasting of the Wines of Castello Di Ama with special guest and owner, Lorenza Sebasti-Pallanti. Enjoy fine Italian wines from Tuscany, expertly paired and prepared with regional cuisine. Owner Lorenza Sebasti-Pallanti will speak on the wines, the estate, and the heart of Castello Di Ama.

You can purchase tickets by called Undici at (732) 842-3880

Tickets are $85 per person. Space is extremely limited, so reserve your seats now! (This post will be updated when tickets for this event are sold out.)

The Wines Being Tasted:

Castello di Ama Chardonnay Al Pogio 2009

Castello di Ama Il Chiuso 2009

Castello di Ama Chianti Classico 2007
93 points Robert Parker

Merlot L’Apparita 2006
**A RARE Tasting! Only 3 cases available for purchase, and
only 8 cases allocated for the tri-state area!
94 points Wine Spectator, 96 points Wine Enthusiast

Castello di Ama Vin Santo 2004
90 points Robert Parker

The Menu


Pecorino Toscano, finocchiona, prosciutto, cacciatorini,

fresh grapes and roasted almonds.

Castello di Ama Chardonnay Al Poggio 2009

Gnocchi Toscani

House made potato gnocchi with fresh tomato and pecorino

Castello di Ama Il Chiuso 2009

Tagliolini Bianco

Hand cut, house made tagliolini, with chardonnay,

veal stock and root vegetables

Castello di Ama Chianti Classico 2007

Brasato al Chainti

Slow roasted beef short rib, with Chianti wine, root vegetables,

juniper berry served over creamy polenta

Castello di Ama L’Apperita 2006

Cantucci Zabaglione al Vin Santo

House made cantucci with vin santo zabaglione

Castello di Ama Vin Santo 2004

Castello Di Ama

“The winery, begun in 1972 as a result of the love of four families from Rome, currently comprises some 250 hectares, of which 90 are in vines and 40 in olives trees, growing at an average altitude of 480 meters. Annual production, exclusively from our estate vineyards, amounts to about 300-350,000 bottles, or some 3,500-4,000 bottles per hectare. The winery standard-bearer is “Castello di Ama,” a wine produced by a rigorous selection of sangiovese grapes from the most outstanding vineyard parcels.”

You can read more about Castello Di Ama here

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