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Barolo Weeks with Fontanafredda

Barolo Weeks with Fontanafredda

Lauded as the king of wines, Barolo is produced with 100% Nebbiolo grapes, a prized varietal grown in certified areas in the northern region of Piemonte. Across the world, the complex red wine is renowned for its bold flavors and graceful aging.

This fall, Eataly is celebrating the noble wine with Barolo Weeks! From October 17 to 30, we will be pouring the finest vintages, serving Piemonte-inspired dishes, and hosting special events in collaboration with Fontanafredda, a winery in the heart of the scenic Langhe hills.

Now you can taste Fontanafredda’s Barolo paired with our chefs’ traditional Piemontese dishes at our exclusive wine and truffle events at Eataly NYC Flatiron!

Vertical Tasting
October 19, 7-8:30 p.m.

Barolo & Truffle Dinner
October 27, 7-9 p.m.




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Spread over 250 acres, Fontanafredda’s Barolo Cru property within the territory of Serralunga d’Alba is the single largest contiguous wine estate in the Langhe hills of Piemonte — and it has a history to match. The estate was first purchased in 1858 by Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of Italy, who cherished the native varietals of Dolcetto, Barbera, and Nebbiolo.

Today, the wines are celebrated across the world, thanks to the traditional wine-making techniques and the unique territory. The diverse soils of Fontanafredda’s property tend to be chalky, which helps the grape retain its acidity. Within a few feet, the soil can vary from loose with high sand content to firm and rich in silt and clay. This diversity lends itself to the various characteristics of the vines planted on these hills (think: Le Langhe’s famous terroir).

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