Events Open To The Public
Del Dotto Vineyards looks forward to hosting Palette of the Palate at Piazza Del Dotto.
Penelope Moore Paints the Taste of Wine Live at Piazza Del Dotto - A visual interpretation of the palate, exploring how color and mood relate to taste. Enjoy passed appetizers by our Executive Chef while you taste Del Dotto wines paired with specific paintings. Additional paintings will be displayed and available for purchase.
Internationally renowned and wine inspired “Palette of the Palate” Masterpiece series by Penelope Moore goes on a nationwide tour! Exclusive to “taste” through this prestigious collection as it is debuted together for the first time and begins touring the United States from Napa to Chicago. We are excited to be one of the locations that will be holding these events. Limited audiences across the United States will have exclusive opportunities to taste through the highly acclaimed, abstract expressionist artworks from Penelope Moore’s Palette of the Palate series alongside some of the country’s most impressive wines. These elegant events will provide unique experiences for each attendant to explore their personal palettes and find deeper connections to the action paintings of Penelope via an “entanglement of the senses” as she sips and paints live in their midst. Acclaimed Wine Journalist Kelly Mitchell, also known as “The Wine Siren” of Napa Valley describes Penelope’s art as “a rare gift of wine and art” in HuffPost Life. Mitchell continues in this article by describing Penelope’s process of translating taste to canvas as her “super-power.” Ultimately, Mitchell believes that “this gift has made her a resource for endless abstracts.” This unique approach to wine, taste, art and sensory experience has captivated thousands of admirers and mesmerized hundreds of collectors of Penelope’s artworks across the globe. These engaging events have further proven the importance of multi-sensual experiences of culture in a stimulating and inspiring manner, which furthers the legacy of artistic expression across sensory borders.