Northwest Italy, comprised of intimidating Alps, beautiful hills, and fertile plains has been in demand for thousands of years. Countless groups have sought to own this region and its agricultural riches (Celts, Romans, saracens, French, Sardinians, Austrians to name a few).
We spent time there earlier this year and can say we really want to return since we only scratched the surface. Until then, we are fortunate to have found several of the greatest wines of the region to share with you including the Dolcetto enjoyed at a private home with the President of the Luigi Einaudi Winery, and the Marchesi Di Barolo wines tasted at a beautiful lunch at the winery (ask us about the Japanese Banker!).
The incredible Kate Romane and Black Radish Kitchen brought the meal to life with her knowledge of the local cuisine.
Trevisiol Valdobiaddene Prosecco DOCG Non Vintage
tortellini with sage brown butter and hazelnuts
Massimo Rivetti Langhe Rosato 2017
salad with shaved fennel, gorgonzola and olives
pork loin with tonnato and capers served with parm risotto
Dolcetto Luigi Einaudi Dolcetto di Dogliani Vigna Tecc 2015 (possibly the world’s best Dolcetto!)
Marchesi Di Barolo, Barolo 2011 (100% Nebiolo, the King of Grapes!)
cannoli with pistachio and chocolate
Vietti Moscato d’Asti Cascinetta Vietti DOC 2017
Please note that all sales are final. If you find you are unable to use your seats, please contact Kate and Jack and they will see if there is someone on the wait list who can use them (although this is not guaranteed).