Hidalgo Winemaker Dinner

For our second winemaker of dinner of the season - we are honored to be featuring the Sherries of Hidalgo! Join us and Antonio Hidalgo, the president of Hidalgo and an 8th generation Sherry winemaker, for this incredible meal.
Founded in 1792 by José Pantaleón Hidalgo, Bodegas Hidalgo is owned by the eighth successive generation of the family. Hidalgo is a modern rarity, being the last remaining family business (and almacenista) to produce and export its own unblended, single-solera Sherries. Just as rare is Bodegas Hidalgo's total reliance on its own vineyards, 500 acres of Palomino Fino located in the great chalk pagos ("crus") of Balbaína - the closest Jerez vineyard to the sea - and Miraflores, the great Sanlúcar vineyard renowned for the pedigree of its wines.

To Start
Tapas Plate
Jamon Serrano, Whipped Goat Cheese Tart, Marcona Almonds

First Course
Scallop Crudo, Calabrian Chili Oil, Lemon, Fried Parsley
Mussels Escabeche, Celery "Milk", Green Grapes, Yukon Gold, Dill
Cádiz Las 30 del Cuadrado (2015)
Manzanilla En Rama (NV)

Second Course
Pappardelle, Juniper & Bay Braised Duck, Green Peppercorn Sauce
Amontillado Napoleon

Third Course
Lemon Caper Sole, Blistered String Beans, Brown Butter
Grilled Chicken Paillard, Shaved Fennel & Castelvetrano Olive, Meyer Lemon Emulsion, Toasted Pine Nut
Palo Cortado Wellington 20 Year Old VOS
Oloroso Faraon (NV)

Hazelnut Olive Oil Cake, Rosemary & Honey Roasted Apples
Cream Alameda (NV)

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