Calistoga, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
Castello di Amorosa welcomes the return of the Midsummer Medieval Festival on June 22 from 6:45 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Festivities will include a wide array of medieval activities like a full-contact jousting tournament, displays of showmanship and a sumptuous array of food and wines for guests to enjoy.
"This is one of our most popular events at the Castello," said President Georg Salzner. "We always look forward to seeing our Wine Club members and their guests dressed in medieval attire enjoying the wines and events we have in store for them."
The festival kicks off with the live, full-contact jousting tournament at the Castello’s Lake Mario, where guests can marvel at knights in full regalia competing in various feats of skill atop their charging steeds. After the thrills of the tournament, guests can make their way into the Castello where numerous medieval delights will await them throughout the 121,000 square foot Tuscan-inspired castle winery.
This year's festival will also include a newly reformatted element, as the Castello's 14th-century inspired courtyard will be transformed into a medieval marketplace complete with displays of falconry, sword play, and archery. Minstrels and singers will serenade guests as they sample the various dishes available throughout the courtyard, artfully prepared by Oak Avenue Catering and all keeping with the medieval theme of the event. From roasted turkey legs to cherry hand pies, each dish is crafted to pair deliciously with the Castello's numerous Italian-style wines.
Guests are encouraged to arrive in their finest medieval-themed attire for this evening of food, wine and revelries at the Castello. Shuttles to local Calistoga hotels are provided at no additional costs for the guests. Cost is $155 for the winery's wine club members and $185 for their guests. Call 707-967-6274 for more information or to purchase your ticket. Tickets may be purchased at http://www.castellodiamorosa.com as well.
About the Company:
Following 14 years of construction, Dario Sattui opened Castello di Amorosa in April of 2007. Situated in the hills above Calistoga, Castello di Amorosa - a family-owned business - produces world-class wines including popular white and red wines as well as proprietary Italian-inspired blends, including Il Barone, La Castellana and Il Passito. Wines are sold only at the winery. The castle winery was made with brick, wood and iron imported from Europe and combined with over 8,000 tons of local, Napa Valley stone. Today, Castello di Amorosa, a popular Napa Valley destination, offers a variety of wine tasting and winery tours in a unique Tuscan castle setting.
For more information, please visit their website. For the history of Castello di Amorosa: http://www.castellodiamorosa.com/Blog.