Save the Date! February 11th Wine Tasting Dinner with Enzo Boglietti


Please join L’Hostaria February 11th, 2016 for a wine tasting with world – renowned Piemontese winemaker, Enzo Boglietti. Enzo’s exceptional wines will be paired harmoniously with a regional Piedmont hills fair of truffles, mushrooms, cheeses and meats.

Please call for reservations and join us for this special occasion. The evening will include five wines and five courses for $140.

Event Menu

Antipasto di Gamberi
rock shrimp, grilled zucchini, artichoke purée, cherry tomato confit, basil pesto
Chardonnay 2013


Prosciutto di San Daniele “Riserva dall’Ava 18 mesi”
18 month aged prosciutto, burrata, and homemade breadsticks
Dolcetto “Tiglineri” 2009


Risotto al Tartufo e Astice
black truffle & Maine lobster risotto
Langhe “Buio” 2010


“Brasato” Mountain Primal Meat Emma, CO
Barolo braised beef, truffle mashed potatoes, sautéed carrots, asparagus, porcini sauce
Barbera “Vigna Dei Romani” 2006


Formaggi del Piemonte e Nocciole
Piedmont cheese selection and toasted hazelnuts
Barolo Riserva 2005


For more information and reservations please call: (970) 925.9022.


The Barolo appellation covers a number of towns, but some of the greatest Nebbiolo vineyards of all are on the steeps of La Morra. It is here on this, “Golden Slope”, along with famous names including Case Nere, Fossati, Cerequio, and Brunate, that Enzo’s vineyards flourish.

Since taking over his family’s Piedmont domaine in the early 1990’s, he has been on the forefront of modern wine making. From these vineyards, he produces three to four hundred cases from each of the four crus: Case Nere, Fossati, Arione and Brunate.

Deciding not to produce a straight Barolo, he chooses to make a Super-Piedmont wine called “Buio” consisting of 80% Nebbiolo from his Barolo vineyards, and 20% Barbera to contribute color, fruit and a brighter nose.

His Dolcettos and Barberas are made with a combination of French oak and tank to create beautiful, concentrated, fruit – forward wines of exceptional quality for these varietals. Of particular interest, is the Dolcetto d’Alba “Tiglineri” coming from 60 year old vines and the small production Barbera d’Alba “Vigna dei Romani”.


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