Tonight’s Patron Dinner takes place underneath a full moon, just behind the elegant parapets of Castello di Amorosa, the Napa estate winery with a 121,000-square-foot, 13th-century-style Tuscan castle at its heart. Crafted from over 8,000 tons of Napa-sourced stone, the citadel is an incredible site to behold. Owner Dario Sattui hosts guests on the estate’s South Terrace for an evening of fine food, gorgeous wines, and breathtaking views.
Castello di Amorosa
Rising above the hills in the Napa Valley is Castello di Amorosa, which translates to the “castle of love” in Italian. Castello di Amorosa is an authentically-styled, thirteenth century Tuscan castle winery replete with high walls, five defensive towers, and over 30 acres of estate vineyards. It was built over a 14-year period by Dario Sattui, a fourth generation winemaker and owner of V. Sattui Winery in St. Helena, California.