Friendsgiving Farm to Table Feast | Featuring Della Terra & Orenda Winery
Join us for an unforgettable winemaker’s dinner, hosted by Della Terra and Orenda Winery.
Our multi-course chef’s tasting dinners feature the finest and freshest ingredients of the moment from the local harvest. Savor the local flavors with carefully created dishes, in a hyper-seasonal and local tasting menu created by Della Terra Chef Cody Castiglia.
The five course meal will be paired with Orenda wines, selected and served by the winemakers, Samantha and Xander Kent.
Tickets will go quickly, act now to reserve your space.
About Della Terra:
Food, From The Earth
Meaning “from the earth”, Della Terra is a full service caterer serving Snohomish County, the Eastside, and Greater Seattle Area. We offer the true farm-to-table dining experience, paired with warm authentic hospitality, for groups of all sizes.
We believe that food is best when it is made from scratch, from whole ingredients that are carefully sourced from local farms and producers, many of which are located right down the road from our kitchen in Snohomish.
We carefully source the finest and freshest ingredients available from the local harvest, resulting in better tasting and better-for-you food that benefits the environment and the local economy.
Led by 425 Magazine’s Best Chef for 2020, Chef/Owner Cody Castiglia, Della Terra specializes in catering weddings and special events.
To book your wedding or event, visit dellaterra425.com/contact
About Orenda Winery:
Orenda (n.) The Balance of Energy between all things
Located on a historic farm estate, Orenda winery blends rustic-charm with classic-elegance. Orenda is the perfect location for your event.
Orenda Winery brought together three friends with a shared commitment—to build community and to bring Orenda to winemaking. We believe wine should maintain a balance between bold and subtle flavors. To execute this vision, we have partnered with some of the highest elevation vineyards in Washington state in both Yakima Valley and Columbia Valley. High elevation provides a cool climate with late ripening fruit. This allows the grapes more time to mature, making wine less bold and significantly more subtle than wines from warmer regions. When aged in small French oak barrels, the results are complex, dynamic flavors reminiscent of an old-world style rarely found in Washington wines.