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Italian wine dinner @ Ubuntu Canteen

We have decided to host another rare dinner series, showcasing wines from different Italian regions poured alongside a seasonally curated tasting menu!

More information about the producers..

Croci is a small estate in the westernmost winegrowing sub-zone of Emilia-Romagna, the Colli Piacentini, just south of the city for which those hills are named (Piacenza) and on the eastern border of the Lombardy region. His focus is the traditional wine of the area: white and red sparkling wines re-fermented in the bottle.

La Distesa

La Distesa is located in the commune of Cupramontana in Marche. Their farm is located in the hilltop village of San Michele, where the rolling hills are composed of clay and limestone soils. These soils and the Adriatic Sea leave a palpable imprint on their wines. The vineyard work at La Distesa is in harmony with nature. Wild herbs, fava bean, and other local plants are allowed to thrive between the rows of vines for biodiversity and health.

Case Agricola Malauva

The “Casa Agricola” of Malauva is located in Castel Giorgio, in the province of Terni, on the edge of the Alfina volcanic plateau, which extends widely at a height of about 550 meters above sea level, in an area on the border between Umbria, Tuscany and Lazio. The wines produced come from Procanico, Trebbiano, Drupeggio and Sangiovese grapes, with a pleasure of drinking at the highest levels.

Cascina Tavijin

Nadia Verrua, la padronina of Cascina 'Tavijn, works in a long forgotten area in the Asti province of Piemonte.The three main grapes of the area are Barbera, Grignolino and Ruchè. The latter two are native, indigenous varietals of the area.

Colombera & Garella

Colombera & Garella is a feel-good, comeback story about a historical wine region in Italy that is still recovering from near death. Alto Piemonte is a small and sprawling. the weather and terrain were not quite difficult enough, the primary grape in the region is the high-maintenance, late-ripening, low-yielding nebbiolo.

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