NEW Winemaker Dinner Experience announced for Steakhouse 55

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Calling all wine lovers, you are going to love this! Disney Parks just announced a brand new (and amazing) culinary experience at Disneyland Resort.

Grab your friends and family and raise a glass together at the new Winemaker Dinner Series, which is coming soon to Steakhouse 55 at the Disneyland Resort

In 2020, Steakhouse 55, which is the signature fine dining restaurant in the Disneyland Hotel, will offer guests a one-of-a-kind experience, including multi-course menus which are expertly paired to wine selections, on select dates throughout the year.

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But wait there’s more because, during the Winemaker Dinner Series, a visiting vintner will be by your side to help guide you through each and every wine and take you on an incredible journey “from grape to glass”. The vintner will go into detail about the wine, how it was made, and also explain why it was chosen specifically for your meal.

Winemaker Dinner Series will kick off on January 15, 2020 and will feature Wente Vineyards, which is the country’s longest, continuously operated, family-owned winery and was founded in 1883.

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Disney Parks Blog describes the first event featuring Wente Vineyards as:

Blending traditional and innovative winemaking practices, the Wente family has drawn from their California estate vineyards in the Livermore Valley and Arroyo Seco, Monterey appellations to create an outstanding portfolio of fine wines. These include chardonnay, merlot, pinot noir and rosé, to name a few, which are currently exported to 75 countries around the globe. Aly Wente, senior brand manager and fifth generation wine grower, will share her family’s passion and stories about each wine.

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Steakhouse 55‘s Chef de Cuisine Marcel St. Pierre has even created a delicious (and delectable) menu to complement the Wente Vineyards selections for the evening of January 15, 2020. Check it out below:

Amuse Bouche

Green Vegetable “Meatball”

Ossetra Caviar, Citrus Mango Gremolata, Olive Leaf Extraction

Murrieta’s Well, “The Whip” White Wine Meritage, Livermore Valley 2019

1st Course

Lobster & Beetroot Salad

Artichoke Fritter, Blood Orange Vinaigrette, “Burnt” White Asparagus, Lemon Verbena

Murrieta’s Well, “The Whip” White Wine Meritage, Livermore Valley 2019

2nd Course

Crispy Kurobuta Porchetta

Smoked Pork Jowl, Tonkotsu-style Polenta, Pickled Plum Croquette, Oyster Leaf

Wente Vineyards, Riva Ranch, Pinot Noir, Arroyo Seco / Monterey 2016

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3rd Course

Aged Eye of Ribeye

Bone Marrow Whipped Potato, Golden Raisin Agrodolce, Blue Foot Mushroom, Brown Butter Ketchup

Murrieta’s Well, “The Spur”, Red Wine Blend, Livermore Valley Vineyard 2017

4th Course

Savile Row Stilton Blue

Dried Cherry-Peppercorn Chutney, Poached Walnut Tapenade, Drizzle Honeycomb

Wente Vineyards, Cabernet Sauvignon, Wetmore Vineyard 2016

5th Course

White Chocolate-Satsuma Gâteau

Dark Chocolate Streusel, Satsuma Orange Sorbet, Vanilla Cardamom Tullie, Muscat Reduction

Wente Vineyards, Orange Muscat, Livermore Valley, San Francisco Bay 2014

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Whether you are a wine snob or you are new to wine and want to learn more, this is an experience you won’t want to miss!

You can make your reservations now for the January 15 Wente Winemaker Dinner event. And keep your eyes peeled for future dates and future menu announcements.

Is the new Winemaker Dinner Series something you and your family want to try? Let us know in the comments.

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