Due Santi Wine

Due Santi Wine Events held during AFW 

Registration opens September 1 and closes October 7, 2018. 

Thursday, October 11th Wine Tasting Dinner at Lamberti's Ristorante

Lamberti's Ristorante | 7701 N MacArthur Blvd, Irving, TX 75063 

6:30 pm aperetivo, 7:00 pm dinner (begins promptly)

Join the Due Santi team at one of our favorite UD Alumni hubs, Lamberti’s in Las Colinas. We will have a spectacular Five Course Seated Tasting Menu paired by Lambert’s owner and UD alum David Lamberti. This will be the first chance to to enjoy UD’s own wine, produced with 100% estate grown fruit right on our Rome campus at Due Santi, in a local restaurant setting. Of course we will be have the chance to show off our wine alongside some other greats from Italy, and to convene altogether before the other big weekend events commence. If you are local to the DFW area or will be arriving early, join us at Lamberti’s for this beautiful exploration of Italian food and wine. Thursday October 11 at 7PM $100 per person (tax and gratuity included). 

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Pay at the Door - $100 per person | RSVP's taken on the AFW registration site, but payment is required at Lamberti's the night of the event.

Set Menu: 

Antipasto: Polpette e salsiccia
Pasta: Pasta pomodoro zucchine
Insalata: Caprese a modo Nostro
Carne: Involtini alla pizzaiola con funghi
Dolci: Mousse di Limoncello

Wine:

Reception: Lacryma Christi
Antipasto: Vesuvio
Pasta: Due Santi 2015
Insalata: Greco di Tufo
Carne: Taurasi / Due Santi 2016 (side by side)
Dolci: Vecchio Amaro del Capo



Due Santi - Why The Wine Program in Rome Matters - A Seated Tasting

Saturday, October 13th 4:30 - 5:30 pm, On Campus, Cardinal Farrell Hall, 2nd Fl. Catholic Foundation Board Room

Limited seating! Complimentary event

Everything you want to know about the University of Dallas Wine Program at Due Santi. We will address the myths and better understand what we are doing at Due Santi with our wine and what it is important to the University, to the Students, and to Italy. Due Santi is new on the market and the quality level continues to flourish under new vineyard management and exceptional vintages. We will taste all the wine produced to date and leave with a better understanding of where we are going and how this project generates revenue for the university.

 

Interested in purchasing vino? Learn More Here

If you have any questions about these events, or how to purchase the Due Santi wine, please contact
Michael Housewright and Chris Tyler, michael@cellarbrowser.com and chris.tyler@cellarbrowser.com 

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