Vega Sicilia Wine Dinner
Thursday, April 19th
Bodega Vega Sicilia was founded in 1864 in northern Spain's Ribera del Duero region. It has become an iconic estate cherished by critics and sought-after by connoisseurs and collectors worldwide for producing wines with great elegance, finesse, and complexity. Since 1982 it has belonged to the Alvarez family, who has extended its portfolio to include other estates: Alion in Ribera del Duero, Pintia in Toro, Oremus in Tokaji (Hungary), and Macán, a joint venture with Benjamin de Rothschild in Rioja.
Chef Fabio Trabocchi's 5-course menu will pair with three vintages from the Spanish estates - including the iconic Valbuena - and two from the Hungarian estates.
It is our pleasure to welcome special guest Diana Kelly, Vega Sicilia's Regional Manager for the Americas, who will guide our enjoyment of the wines.
We are excited to present this dinner featuring one of the most exclusive and highly-regarded wineries in Spain.
Reserve by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (202) 525-1402.
Fabio and Maria Trabocchi bring the flair and fare of coastal Spain to the District Wharf in celebration of their family traditions and tastes. Prepare to be dazzled.
Located at the District Wharf, DC's most exciting new destination, is Fabio and Maria Trabocchi's latest culinary vision. Del Mar is a celebration of Maria, her Spanish heritage, and the family's traditions created and preserved at their home on the island of Mallorca. Featuring authentic seafood fare and flavors from the coasts of Spain, the robust menu includes tapas, raw bar, charcoal grilled fish, seafood stews, and a variety of rice dishes (yes, paella)!
The space, not to be outdone by the menu, is a feast for the eyes. A visit here will feel like a mini getaway with walls of windows to drink in the views, vibrant coastal hues, and layers of textures and patterns carefully selected to transport you.
About District Wharf
The District Wharf is a two billion dollar, mile long development along the Potomac River that includes dining, hotel, entertainment, residential, retail and office space. A neighborhood community, the Wharf features open public spaces, promenades, piers, docks and activities such as ice skating in winter and farmers’ markets in summer. Water taxis connect the Wharf with Georgetown, Old Town Alexandria and National Harbor.
Book event or catering
Upscale casual. No jacket is required, however, we respectfully request that gentlemen refrain from wearing shorts, sandals, sleeveless shirts, or hats. Athletic wear, flip flops, and torn clothing are not permitted.