Palladino Wine Dinner

Since 1974 Palladino has been producing wine in Serralunga d’Alba, the heart of the Langhe region. Their love for and dedication to their work and their connection to the tradition can can be felt in each and every bottle. Veronica Palladino will be joining us as we sit down together to enjoy four courses of Chef Lucy’s Italian cuisine and Richard’s expertly selected Palladino wine pairings. (You can read Veronica’s inspirational bio below.) Reservations are required with a $25 nonrefundable deposit. To reserve your spot using the button below, set your “pick up” date to the earliest option. Add your reservation to the cart and proceed with check out. Your balance (plus tax and gratuity) will be due at the event.

Menu | $95pp

welcome cocktail 
White Negroni

first course 
house-made ricotta, toasted almond romesco, chili infused honey
{ 2022 Roero Arneis }

second course 
crushed hazelnuts, shaved parmigiana, pickled mustard seed
{ 2019 Dolcetto d’Alba }

main course 
marinated baby zucchini, lemon gremolata
{ 2017 Serralunga and Parafada Barolo }


elderberry syrup

space is limited

From Winemaker Veronica Palladino:

The Palladino cellar is propriety of my Uncle from 1974.

I spent most of my childhood in the cellar, and I have always had a passion for wine that practically grew with me.

I started working at Palladino in 2003, I spent the first 6 years in the vineyard and in the cellar, was important to know all the production phases. After that I began to pass half of my working days in the office as I can learn all the bureaucracy that is behind.

Once I have learned the necessary to do not trouble, I began traveling throughout the world to promote our wines. think I have managed over the years to establish a beautiful relationship with all our customers around the world and to make our wines and traditions better understood, I spent most of these years studying the Barolo area and I love spending time explaining our incredible territory in detail.

A substantial change inside the Palladino company happened in 2012. We started building a newer, younger, and more dynamic company, but managed to remain intricately linked to our traditions. We have dedicated most of our efforts to making ourselves know to the international press and We are still working to improve our wines and our image. Ours is a very demanding job that involves many sacrifices, but after 19 years spent in the family business, I am incredibly happy with the remarkable results achieved and proud to be able to work in creating an exceptional product that gives great emotions to those who know seize its greatness.

Santero Veronica