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THE WINE SIDE OF NEW YORK

Boroli a New York

NEW YORK IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA. AT LEAST THAT’S HOW THE SAYING GOES. On our last business trip, accompanied by our importer Wine Berry, we sampled the best of  New York’s Italian cuisine, and with our Barolo we made stops at some of the most renowned restaurants -   Eataly New York Flatiron, Del Posto, Babbo, and Lupa. Our adventure in the Big Apple continued on 28 April at BurdiGala, one of New York’s most prestigious Burgundy tastings More than twenty French chateaux presented their finest labels in Manhattan’s most iconic venue, the Rockefeller Centre. Among those present were some of the world’s most renowned names - Château Palmer, Château Figeac and Château d’Yquem. Tastings were presented by a team of noted sommeliers, including Cedric Nicaise, Andrea Morris and Morgan Harris – a wine experience we won’t easily forget, and where we discovered the wine and gourmet side of the Big Apple....

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amfAR HONG KONG

Boroli Barolo AmfAR Hong Kong

Attended by numerous international stars, such as Honorary Chair Charlize Theron, Jackie Chan and guest of honour and amfAR Award of Courage recipient, Pansy Ho, the amfAR Hong Kong gala evening in support of AIDS research was a resounding success As in previous years, our Barolo accompanied some of the dishes at the charity dinner. By the end of the evening, more than 3.5 million dollars had been raised in support of AIDS research....

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LONDON MEETS BOROLI’S BAROLO

Boroli in London

There are many countries outside of Italy with a thirst for  learning about wine, and Barolo fascinates many, both experts and aficionados. During the London stage of our itinerary, we stopped at the Hedonism Wine Club to present our company with a vertical tasting of Barolo, Barolo Cerequio and Barolo Villero vintages from 2004 to 2012. Last but not least, Boroli’s latest offspring was presented - Barolo Brunella 2013, the very first product of the cru of the same name in history, now a Boroli family monopole. Acting as our guide to London’s wine scene was Jancis Robinson and her fantastic wine bar, “The Quality Chop House”....

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