Cuveé Wine School: Wines of Piedmont, Italy

Oct. 18, 2018   6:30-8:00 pm 



2017 Broglia Meirana Gavi 

Pale straw yellow-green, this wine offers a fine and delicate nose with fruity notes of peach, melon and pink grapefruit, as well as hints of anise and flowers. On the palate, it is very balanced, with a long fruity finish. 

Ideal as an aperitif, or with grilled fish.


2014 Damilano Langhe Arneis

Pale straw yellow. Delicate with fresh fruit. Dry, fresh wine with elegant flavors and moderate acidity. 
Suitable for appetizers, fish courses and white meats.


2017 Pecchenino Maestro Langhe Bianco

Straw yellow. Rich, round and buttery bouquet. Fresh, aromatic and zingy on the palate. Sauvignon Blanc brings crisp acidity and lively aromatics. 

Pairs well with salmon, ceviche and vegetables.


2017 Pecchenino Botti Langhe Nebbiolo

Bright ruby red. Elegant bouquet with intense aromas of cherry, violet raspberry and black currant, with licorice and balsamic. Fresh, medium body and long fruity finish. Ideal with pasta and risotto, grilled meats and cheese.


2015 Pecchenino Siri d’Jermu Dogliani Superiore

Ruby red with violet highlights. Intense nose of ripe fruit with notes of currants, blackberries and black cherries. Balanced with smooth, sweet tannins and a persistent finish. 

Pairs well with pastas, white meats, red meats, braises, fresh cheeses and medium aged cheeses.


2014 Produttori del Barbaresco Torre

Medium bodied, the 2014 Barbaresco displays intense red fruit aromas with hints of white pepper and anise. The wine is powerful, firm, with an ethereal flavor supported by good acidity.

Pairs well with fresh egg pastas, risotto, with meats, poultry, red meats, game, venison and aged cheese.


2013 Pecchenino San Giuseppe Barolo

Ruby red color with orange reflections. Intense bouquet with notes of ripe currants and raspberries accented by hints of truffle and violet. Elegant and balanced on the palate with good body and persistent sweet tannins.

Pairs well with pastas in ragu sauce, red meats and aged cheeses.Blend: 100% Nebbiolo


2014 Pecchenino Bussia Barolo

Ruby red in color with orange hues, this wine offers an intense and complex bouquet with notes of violet, red berries (like raspberry and currant), and more deep aromas of licorice, mint and spices. On the palate, the wine is rich and full bodied, showing great structure, firm and velvety tannins, and a persistent finish.



NV Damilano Chinato Barolo

“The Barolo chinato can be used as a digestif, but can also be enjoyed as an aperitif with ice and seltzer. In addition, it is an excellent vin brùlè, if served warm with lemon rind. It can be appreciated as a dessert wine, served as a pairing to pastries and chocolate-based desserts.”