Known principally for Barolo and Barbaresco, the wines of Piedmont are uncommonly diverse (and delicious). To take us on a “tour” of the area, we welcome Cameron Abbott of boutique importer The Piedmont Guy for a dinner presenting a selection of Piedmontese wines.
We’ll feature a wide assortment – from dry sparklers and whites to a series of Nebbiolo-based wines – including a side-by-side comparison of two single vineyard Barbarescos as well as a Barolo from the lauded 2013 vintage.
And of course, Chef Andy will prepare a five-course meal to accompany the wines.
Held on Wednesday, November 14, at 6:30pm, the dinner is a ticketed event at $100 per person, which includes tax and gratuity.
True to its name, The Piedmont Guy specializes in the many wines of Piedmont. While Barolo and Barbaresco are justifiably revered, the diversity of terroir and grapes make it one of the most exciting areas for buying, studying, and of course, drinking wines. And The Piedmont Guy is among the top importers in the country for seeking out exemplary family owned properties throughout the entire area. Their wines have been a recurring feature on our list for a few years now, and we’re excited to be able to present some of them in this way.
Tickets are only available online on a first-come, first-served basis.