Two Sisters Vineyards joins the Sotto una Buona Stella dinner series by hosting Michelin starred Chef Caterina Ceraudo in support of Niagara College Culinary Management students.


On Friday, February 23rd join us at Two Sisters Vineyards to experience the exceptional cuisine of Chef Caterina of Dattilo, one of southern Italy’s most forward-thinking restaurants, as she collaborates with Chef Justin Lesso of Kitchen76. Chef Caterina was awarded 2017’s ‘Michelin Female Chef Prize’ and named ‘Best Female Chef’ in 2016 by the Italian restaurant guide ‘Identita Golose’. Her family’s Michelin-starred restaurant in Calabria, Dattilo Ristorante, is located on the Ceraudo family’s biodynamic farm and vineyard in the Calabrian countryside where they pioneered the use of biodynamic farming methods, to produce wine, olive oil and grow fresh produce.

Two Sisters Vineyards has joined this esteemed dinner series ‘Sotto una Buona Stella’ (Under a Lucky Star) that began in 2015, for a spectacular evening with Chef Justin Lesso from our very own Kitchen76. This collaboration is presented by the Consulate General of Italy in Toronto, the Instituto Italiano di Cultura (IIC) and the Italian Trade Commission in partnership with the Niagara College’s Canadian Food & Wine Institute. This spectacular dinner will be paired with Two Sisters Vineyards elegant and complex estate wines, promising a starry evening that will further illuminate Niagara-on-the-Lake Wine Country on the world stage.

Price: $275 per guest 
Date: Friday February 23
Time: 6:30pm

Proceeds from the event will support scholarships and bursaries for students studying in Niagara College’s Culinary Management program.

For guests who are joining us from out of town, we have partnered with 124 On Queen Hotel and Spa and FLY GTA with special overnight rates, inquire with us for details.

*Please email with any allergies, or to advise us if you are joining any other guests.

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