New York Vintners is pleased to welcome Paul de Lancellotti from de Lancellotti Family Vineyards. Take a fun and educational walk through the AVA's of Oregon, learning the fundamentals of Biodynamic winemaking. Chef Ryan has created a delicious menu to pair harmoniously with a killer wine line-up!
Asparagus and Smoked Egg Yolk Sauce and Anchovy Bread Crumbs
- 2014 Anderson Vineyard Chardonnay
- 2015 Anderson Vineyard Chardonnay
Salt Roasted Beets, Greek Yogurt, Mountain Huckleberries and Bronze Fennel
- 2014 La Sorella Pinot Noir
Slow Cooked wild King Salmon, Red Wine Butter and Brussels Sprout Leaves
- 2013 Famiglia Pinot Noir
- 2014 Famiglia Pinot Noir
Suckling Pig, Black Trumpet Mushrooms, Pinot Noir Reduction, Dried Blueberries and Wild Onions
- 2014 Lachini Vineyard Pinot Noir
The de Lancellotti family did not start out as a winemaking family, but “mornings turned into evenings” type of days out in the vineyards, season through season, has led them to become one. They are rooted in building from the ground up, with their first vineyard planted in 1998, then the creation of Bergstrom Wines in 1999 and next, the planting of their own vineyard. The experience gained in these early years led them to create their own brand, de Lancellotti Family Vineyards in 2005.
The beginning years opened their eyes to biodynamic farming, a holistic practice of farming used for generations in the premier vineyards around the world, but one that is largely misunderstood until you have a spent a lifetime in vineyards. Attention to detail starts in a farm. “The peers we respect most in this industry are those farmer’s who’s mindset is rooted in the health of our planet.”
Today, de Lancellotti wines are a result of fruit sourced from some of the finest vineyards in Oregon, hand selected and intentionally farmed throughout the year.
“Simply put, farming great vineyards and sourcing the finest pinot noir and chardonnay is our passion.” - Paul de Lancellotti