A Co-production of the Beanery Cafe and Northern Lights Wine Club

Wines of Piedmont Italy

Thursday March 16, 2017

Cieck "San Giorgio" Erbaluce di Caluso Spumante 2011
Erbaluce di Caluso DOCG Spumante V.S.Q.P.R.D.
Caluso, Canavese, Piedmonte, Italy

Negro Angelo & Figli “Onorata” Favorita Langhe 2015
Favorita Langhe DOC
Sant'Anna, Monteu Roero, Piedmonte, Italy

Negro Angelo & Figli “Perdaudin” Roero Arneis 2014
Roero Arneis DOCG
Sant'Anna, Monteu Roero, Piedmonte, Italy

De Forville “Ca’ del Buc” Chardonnay 2015
Piemonte Chardonnay DOC
Castagnole Lanze, Piemonte, Italy

La Miraja Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato 2015
Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG
Castagnole Monferrato, Asti, Piedmonte, Italy

Francesco Rinaldi & Figl “Roussot” Dolcetto d'Alba 2015
Dolcetto d'Alba DOC
Barolo, Alba, Piedmonte, Italy

Luigi Giordano "Vigneto Buschet" Barbera d'Alba 2015
Barbera d’Alba DOC
Barbaresco, Alba, Piedmonte, Italy

De Forville Barbaresco 2013
Barbaresco DOCG
Barbaresco, Cuneo, Piedmonte, Italy

Andrea Oberto "Vignetto Albarella" Barolo 2012
Barolo DOCG
Barolo, Piedmont, Italy

Borgo Maragliano “La Caliera” Moscato d'Asti 2016
Moscato d'Asti DOCG
Loazzolo, Asti, Piedmonte, Italy

If you’re trying to get a deeper understanding of Italian wine, Piedmont is one of the most useful wine regions to get to know. One reason for this is that Piedmont introduces us to a completely new set of wine grapes to taste and understand. It’s also one of the two most famous regions in Italy for wine (the other is Tuscany). Piedmont is in the Po River Valley in the Northwest corner of Italy and it’s home to ⅓ of the population of Italy. Get to know wines from these famous grape varieties; Nebbiolo (Barolo and Barbaresco), Dolcetto, Barbera, Arneis, Moscato and more. Also a few rare ones in Erbaluce, Ruchè and Favorita. Maybe a Chardonnay!

An informal and educational food and wine event for everyone interested in expanding their knowledge and love of fine wines. We will cover some basic topics relating to wine appreciation. Taste and compare wines from around the world. This is the perfect place for wine beginners to learn about wine and why it can be a life long, enjoyable experience. Experienced wine lovers can also benefit by using this evening to brush up on their wine knowledge and tasting skills. There is always something to learn about wine.

The Beanery Cafe will serve an assortment of appetizers with the wines. All wines are served in Riedel stemware. No product purchase is required. You do not have to be a member of the Northern Lights Wine Club to attend any wine event at the Beanery Cafe.

Register at the Beanery Cafe 218-927-7811 or online: