November Wine Class ~ Historical Italy: Barolo, Barbaresco, Brunello and Everything In Between
Come join us as we tour Italy and taste some of their most famous red wines! Decode the differences between Barolo and Barbaresco, learn about the robust wines of Brunello di Montalcino and even Amarone delle Valpolicella. We will taste affordable every day wines from these producers as well as some of their most famous and ageworthy.
Zero Restaurant + Bar was awarded the 2019 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for its outstanding wine programing. Classes are led by Ashley Broshious, the only female Advanced Sommelier in the Carolinas and Georgia – and, just one of six Advanced Somms in South Carolina.
Saturday, November 23rd and Sunday, November 24th 2019
12:00 – 1:30 PM
$150 per person.
Please note this class is part of our reserve series as it includes higher quality wines.
There are a limited number of tickets (10 per seminar) to keep the discussions interactive and intimate; guests are encouraged to ask questions and engage in a conversational classroom-style seminar.
Put your palate to the test and enjoy the following wines:
Silvio Grasso Langhe Nebbiolo, Piedmont 2016
Paolo Conterno, Nebbiolo, “La Ginestra,” Single Vineyard Barolo, Piedmont 2006
Elio Altare, Nebbiolo, “Arborina,” Single Vineyard Barolo, Piedmont 2009
Giuseppe Cortese, Nebbiolo, “Rabaja,” Single Vineyard Barbaresco 2016
Val di Sugo, Sangiovese, Rosso di Montalcino, Tuscany 2016
Casanuova delle Cerbaie, Sangiovese, Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany 2008
Buglioni, Corvina Blend, “il Lussurioso,” Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, Veneto 2013
About Zero George’s Wine Program
For all of us at Zero George, attention to detail reigns supreme. Just as with our food and cocktails, we select wines made with passion. Whether a wine is made according to historical tradition or intrepid innovation, all of the wines that make our list aren’t just beverages, they are stories. The love of a vintner for their craft mirrors our own. That’s why, when we curated our list, we wanted it to reflect both the most iconic estates in the world as well as up and coming young winemakers hungry to shape the world of wine. We explore the world with a focus on precision, organic farming, and legacies of greatness. From classified growths of Bordeaux, to family-owned wineries from Napa Valley, to curious whites from Italy and Greece; we invite you to indulge in and savor wine as we do: whole-heartedly.