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Holiday Barolo & Truffle Dinner with Domenico Clerico

December 11, 2019 07:30 PM until December 11, 2019 10:00 PM

Holiday Barolo & Truffle Dinner with Domenico Clerico

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Join us as we welcome John Camacho from Domenico Clerico in Piedmont for a festive Holiday Dinner featuring their award winning Barolos paired with a truffle themed menu!

5 Course Tasting Menu:

Truffles by Land & Sea Duo: Scallops & Black Truffle in Brick Dough // Beef Tartar with Black Truffle & Purple Potatoes

Paired with: Domenico Clerico Barbera  d'Alba "Trevigne"  2016

Housemade Tortellini with Local Ricotta & Black Truffle Pecorino Cream

Paired with: Domenico Clerico Langhe Rosso "Arte"  2016

Hand Cut Chitarra with White Alba Truffles & Royal Trumpet Mushroom

Paired with: Domenico Clerico Barolo Classico 2015

Poached Truffled Fluke with Potatoes

Paired with: Domenico Clerico Barolo "Ciabot Mantin" 2015

Local Beef with Celery Root & Red Wine Truffle Sauce

Paired with: Domenico Clerico Barolo "Pajana" 2015

$135 per person, *individual tables*

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About the Winery:

Located at the heart of Barolo in Monforte d’Alba, the Domenico Clerico estate has been making iconic wines since 1976, when the eponymous young winemaker took the reins. Beginning with just a small 4-hectare farm inherited from his father, Domenico sought out the best undiscovered plots in Barolo, thus pioneering the idea of single cru wines.  Today the winery boasts 21 hectares of prime vineyard sites.

In addition to his devotion to single cru vineyards, Clerico championed what is considered a modern style of Barolo, using new burgundy barrels and later barriques to age the wines. He always had an eye toward the future, often experimenting with new technology and longer macerations. Despite his reputation as a modernist, the primary goal was always to maintain purity of fruit and expression of the land, which the Domenico Clerico wines achieve beautifully. Domenico passed away in 2017, leaving the estate to his wife and niece to manage. Along with winemaker Oscar Arrivabene, the family continues to shape Domenico’s legacy by producing timeless wines that embody the land and spirit of Barolo.