This fall, we’re inviting you to sip the wine of kings – you deserve it! From October 3-30, we’re celebrating all things Barolo at Eataly Toronto.
Lauded as the “King of Wines and Wine of Kings,” Barolo is made with 100% Nebbiolo grapes, a prized variety grown in certified areas in the northern region of Piemonte. Across the world, the complex red wine is renowned for its bold flavours and graceful ageing.
We want you to taste this noble wine, so we’ve partnered with Fontanafredda, a historic winery in the heart of the scenic Langhe hills in Piemonte, to bring you two full weeks of special prices on Barolo bottles, special wines by the glass in our restaurants, and more!
Mark your calendars from October 3-30 and get ready to fall for Barolo like never before. See what’s in store!
TASTE THE VARIETY IN OUR RESTAURANTS
Only during Barolo Weeks, select restaurants will be featuring a variety of Barolo wines available by the glass, so you can get a taste of this prized variety. Taste some of the world’s best wines, and note the contrast among the ages. With 10 different varieties to enjoy, there are endless ways to raise your glass this month.
JOIN OUR WINE CLUB
Wine lovers, are you ready to take your passion to the next level? Join Eataly Toronto’s Wine Club! Our wine experts have curated a monthly subscription, so whether you love rare collectibles or prefer a complete wine experience, we will deliver specially selected bottles to your door every month. Every month, we’ll deliver three bottles of wine to your doorstep with a variety of different themes. No matter the occasion, our goal is to give you a well-rounded taste of different vini italiani. Sign up for your subscription online, in-store, or send us an email to email@example.com to get started.
Piemonte is home to some of Italy’s most magical vineyards. For the month of November, our wine experts will take you through different bottles from king of Italian wine – the robust, age-worthy Barolo. Experience the elegant brutality of Italy’s top red wine loved for its beautiful contrast of floral aromas and sky-high tannins. Together we will learn about historic producers and discover what makes this red wine so special.