On Tuesday 8th August, Centonove would like to invite you for dinner with one of Italy's finest wine estates Bruno Rocca.
The night will be guided by Luisa Rocca, daughter of Bruno who alongside her brother Francesco is the next generation of this famed estate.
The dinner will feature newly arrived releases of:
- 2015 Dolectto d’Alba
- 2014 Barbera d’Alba
- 2015 Nebbiolo Langhe "Fralu"
- 2013 Barbaresco "Rabaja"
- 2014 Barbaresco
The wines will feature alongside a traditional, Piedmont styled menu from chef Patrick Fletcher, who recently spent two weeks near Alba cooking and eating regional cuisine.
The night will include a 5 course menu with matching wines for $145 per person. Dinner will begin from 7pm.
Bookings will be extremely limited due to the intimate nature of the event.
For reservations email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Centonove 9817 6468.
The Bruno Rocca Estate
Bruno Rocca’s father Francesco, and his wife Maria Adelaide purchased a vineyard in Rabajà and moved there from the centre of Barbaresco. This marked the beginning, in particular for Bruno, who from a very early age began to view the grapes as the true expression of the land. In 1978 Bruno decided to carve out a new direction, rather than selling the grapes to large barbaresco producers, Bruno began to sell bottled wine on the Italian and world stage. The philosophy of wine as the natural expression of the Barbaresco territory was widely appreciated, and with the estate’s gradual growth came the purchase of new plots of land and the expansion of the cellar, which continues to today with Bruno’s children Francesco and Luisa now both closely involved in all aspects of the wine production and sales. The Bruno Rocca company philosophy is clear, as Rocca himself affirms: Wine is the mirror and soul of the ground, and the territory, if protected and defended, it will never let you down.