Ray's Wine & Spirits and Bacchus present: Fontanafredda Historic Vintages Barolo Dinner

The team at Bacchus is pleased to partner once again with Orey Laev of Ray's Wine & Spirits. His knowledge of hard-to-find vintages and bottles of wine will be on full display at this “Artist Series” of historic vintage “Riserva” wines from Fontanafredda Barolo.

Join us for this evening of stunning wines paired with a Piedmont-inspired, five-course dinner crafted and prepared by Bacchus Executive Chef Nick Wirth and his team.

Bagna Càuda
fried cauliflower, caramelized fennel, baby artichokes
NV Fontanafredda, “Cuvée 157” Brut, Piedmont

Manzo Crudo
fresh parsley, preserved lemon, crispy shallots
2005 Fontanafredda, “Artist Series” Riserva, Barolo

2010 Fontanafredda, “Artist Series” Riserva, Barolo

Tajarin con Tartufo
tajarin pasta, shaved white truffle, Parmigiano-Reggiano
1999 Fontanafredda, “Artist Series” Riserva, Barolo

2000 Fontanafredda, “Artist Series” Riserva, Barolo

Vitello Brasato Alla Barolo
Barolo-braised veal, roasted root vegetables, lacinato kale 
1996 Fontanafredda, “Artist Series” Riserva, Barolo

1998 Fontanafredda, “Artist Series” Riserva, Barolo

Torta di Mousse di Nocciole
hazelnut mousse cake, citrus marmalade, candied hazelnuts
NV Fontanafredda, “Moncucco” Moscato, Asti

The history of Fontanafredda is a noble one. It began in 1858, when Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of Italy, purchased the Fontanafredda estate—a former hunting preserve—as a country home. Soon thereafter, he began to produce fine red wines from indigenous grape varieties dolcetto, barbera, nebbiolo and moscato. Since then, Fontanafredda Estate & Winery, located in the heart of Piedmont's Langhe region, has been a benchmark for wines that deftly balance depth and elegance.

Five courses with eight pairings
$135 per person, plus tax and gratuity

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