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Don Melchor Wine Dinner

108 N George St, York, PA 17401

February 6, 2020

717-885-5169

6-9 p.m.

$150- includes dinner, drinks, tip & tax

Presented by: Tutoni's Restaurant

Location: Tutoni's Restaurant

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Don Melchor Vertical Tasting Dinner, 6 courses

What is a vertical tasting? “A vertical tasting is conducted by tasting one wine varietal from the same producer from several vintages.” -thespruceeats.com

Featuring: 2012-2016 vintages of Don Melchor Cabernet Sauvignon, Concha y Toro "Terrunyo" Carmenere, and the Cono Sur Sparkling Rosé as a palate cleanser/intermezzo.

About our Guest Wine Expert:
”Tom Selig is an experienced and skilled talent in the Wine & Spirits Industry. He is currently the District Manager for the Fine Wine Portfolio of Fetzer Vineyards. His enthusiasm, passion and knowledge for his Fine Wine Portfolio, and most notably, the Don Melchor Wines, is unmatched. Throughout the years, Tom has worked closely with winery ambassadors from Don Melchor to excite consumers throughout the country about their amazing wines. Join Tom, and the Tutonis team, as they guide you through an unforgettable food and wine experience.”

About Don Melchor:
Don Melchor is a legacy wine from Chile, first created in 1987 by Concha y Toro, and named for their forefather in Chilean wine, Melchor Concha y Toro. This wine pioneer helped bring French grapes from Bordeaux to the Maipo Valley in 1883, and laid the foundation for what is now their vineyard. This varietal is among Chile’s most-acclaimed wines with a Cabernet Sauvignon that is thought to be one of the best in the world, due to all the awards it has won.

“Wine Enthusiast has awarded the 2015 vintage of Don Melchor an outstanding 94 points, the highest rating it has ever given to a Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon.”

“US magazine Wine Spectator has awarded the 2015 vintage of Don Melchor an outstanding 96 points, the highest rating it has ever given to a Chilean wine.

“The 2014 vintage of Don Melchor was ranked No. 8 out of 100 by US wine critic, James Suckling.”

February 6, 2020; 6 p.m.
$150pp, includes tax & gratuity

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