Announcing top Italian food & wine tasting - Enoteca 100 Primavera at Donato Enoteca

For those who missed the inaugural monster tasting at Donato Enoteca in Redwood City last November - shame on you! - it was an incredible and innovative event which I had the pleasure of attending and documenting here. Not only did folks get to taste amazing wines and foods for an incredible price, but also anything they liked, they could order on the spot at a good retail price, not restaurant price. People were walking away with cases! For those who attended that extravaganza, you are in for another treat, since Enoteca 100 is coming again on May 1.

Buy tickets here:
And here is the kicker. For readers of the Iron Chevsky blog, Donato Enoteca created a special promotion -- enter ironchevsky into the "discount code" field to receive a whopping 20% discount! (Note: I don't get any kickback from the restaurant - I promote them because I love what they do and because this is truly a marvelous event!)

ENOTECA 100 Primavera - Taste 100+ fine Italian Wines & Donato's Creations

The wine:
Barolo, Barbaresco, Brunello, Franciacorta, Amarone, Valle d'Aosta, Piemonte, Alto Adige, Veneto, Friuli, Toscana, Sicilia and Sardegna.

The food:
Prosciutto, Speck, Grana Padano, Asiago cheeses, Wild Boar Bruschetta, House-made Sausage, Risotto Nero, Porchetta (whole roasted pig), Grilled Wild Prawns, Agnolotti del plin, Milk Braised Baccala.

Saturday, May 1, 1-4 p.m.
VIP Preview: 12-1 p.m.

Donato Enoteca
1041 Middlefield Road
Redwood City, CA 94063
Note: Caltrain Redwood City stop is across the street from the restaurant.

VIP Preview - $70
General Admission - $55
Early Bird General Admission - $50 (limited)
See my earlier note about a discount to bring the price down by 20%!

Do me a favor and leave a comment after this post if you are going to take advantage of the promo.
Have a great time!


Qwend said…
sounds great! just when I'm thinking about learning more about Italian wines!
Xandria said…
Thanks for the promo, Iron C.! See you there.

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