Fine Barolo Tasting, Thursday 21st November 2019

Fine Barolo Tasting, Thursday 21st November 2019

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Fine Barolo Tasting, Thursday 21st November 2019


Piedmont is a gastronomic and vinous paradise, home to famous appellations such as Barolo and Barbaresco. This tasting evening will showcase some of the region’s finest wines with a focus on Barolo and its complex terroir. Your host will guide you through the wines and discuss the history, the region and the changing winemaking style. Hosted by Chris Pollington, Italy Specialist
Wines to be tasted:

2014 Sorì Tildìn, Angelo Gaja
2014 Sorì San Lorenzo, Angelo Gaja
2014 Barbaresco Falletto, Bruno Giacosa
2012 Barolo, Rocche dell'Annunziata, Roberto Voerzio
2012 Barolo Cerequio Roberto Voerzio
2013 Conteisa, Angelo Gaja
2013 Sperss, Angelo Gaja
2012 Barolo, Pira, Roagna
2011 Barolo, Ester Canale Rosso, Vigna Rionda, Giovanni Rosso
2007 Barolo Cru Monprivato, Castiglione Falletto, Giuseppe Mascarello
1996 Barolo, Pira, Riserva, Roagna
Dress code: smart casual
NB Wines for this event have been chosen from Berry Bros. & Rudd’s historic stock and may not be available to order following the event.
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