Tuesday 16th June 2015
7.15pm for a prompt 7.30pm start
@ Lysses House Hotel
Tickets £42.50 per person in advance only
A 4 course dinner, all courses matched with a Tedeschi wine and a short pre-dinner wine tasting of 4 wines. Presented by Tedeschi winemaker Riccardo Tedeschi.
Please book and pay for your tickets in advance with Lysses House Hotel on 01329 822622 or contact them via email.
Please notify Lysses House Hotel if you have an particular dietary requirements.
Read my review and see some photographs and tasting notes here.
Tedeschi Lucchine Valpolicella DOC Classico 2013
Capitel San Rocco Valpolicella Ripasso DOC Superiore 2012
Tedeschi Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2010/11
A trio of beetroot flavoured gravelax, poached salmon and smoked salmon mousse served with a rocket leaf salad
Tedeschi Capitel Tenda Soave DOC Classico 2013
Thinly sliced duck breast roasted until pink served with sweet potato purée, roasted leeks, and buttered snow peas finished with a spicy plum flavoured sauce
La Fabriseria Valpolicella DOC Superiore 2012
A selection of Italian Cheeses
Tedeschi Capitel Nicalo Valpolicella DOC Superiore 2012
A rich dark chocolate slice studded with raisin and macaroons served with a vanilla seed ice cream and tuille biscuit
Coffee and Petit fours
Tedeschi is a family-owned winery with almost 4 centuries of history in the wine business, they can trace their origins back the 1630s. Although they have a long history of wine production, Tedeschi have always adopted the most innovative production methods and stand at the forefront of quality Amarone production.
The current owner is Lorenzo Tedeschi who has now been followed into the family business by his three children Antonietta, Sabrina and Riccardo Tedeschi. The winery is located in Pedemonte di Valpolicella and the family makes a range of classic Veronese wines including various types of Valpolicella, Amarone and Ripasso wines.
The family own various vineyards and make a selection of single vineyard wines including the world famous Monte Olmi Amarone vineyard. They have recently invested in the new vineyards sites of La Fabriseria in Pontare and Maternigo Vineyard in the Eastern part of Valpolicella. The name La Fabriseria derives from the name for a local Veronese parish council belonging to the village Catholic Church. Two generations ago Riccardo Tedeschi (not the young one presenting his wines at the dinner!) was a councillor or “Fabbricere”. The councillor would bring a bottle of his wine to meetings to propose a toast at the end of the meeting. Therefore the Tedeschis have named their top wines from this vineyard La Fabriseria in honour of their grandfather.
Tedeschi are one of the ten members founding members of the Famiglia del’Amarone d’Arte (Amarone Families Association), a body set up to promote Amarone wines around the world. The current members of the association are Allegrini, Begali, Brigaldara, Guerrieri Rizzardi, Masi, Musella, Speri, Zenato, Tenuta Sant’Antonio, Tommasi and Venturini.
Read more at the Tedeschi Wines Website.