“If I had a thousand sons, the first humane principle I would teach them should be, to forswear thin potations and to addict themselves to sack!”
When Shakespeare penned Falstaff’s words in Henry IV, sack was a synonym for one of Spain’s great wine traditions: sherry. While many of us grew up thinking of sherry merely as sweet wine collecting dust in the back of the pantry, most sherry is dry and uniquely suited to food.
So we’re delighted to host a sherry dinner featuring the sherries of renowned, centuries-old producer Valdespino.
Jamie Gil, export director for Valdespino, will be on hand to walk us through the wines and the unique terroir of the region. Having recently been to the heart of sherry country, Chef Andy will no doubt draw on some classic Andalusian flavors, but he’ll look to present some other cuisines as well. It promises to be an exceptionally fun and educational evening.
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Cost: $95/person, which includes tax and gratuity
What: 5 course dinner with 6 sherries
(Please be sure to select the red “Sherry Dinner” button rather than a dining room seat when making your reservation. Tickets are non-refundable and are only available online.)
For more information about sherry (and an old cocktail recipe of ours featuring sherry), check out one of our old blog posts.