Last week, Il Botolo took part in the first event of the “Stories of Good Cuisine”, a project organized by Alice for Children. It was a special fundraising evening to support the Alice Italian Food Academy. The initiative supports the Italian cooking school in Nairobi by improving on-site facilities and trying to accommodate more and more students eager to learn and train in the field of Italian cuisine.
120 guests attended the evening and had the chance to taste our Barbera d’Asti DOCG 2015, which was professionally served by the students of the Food & Beverage school Carlo Porta in Milan and that was served along with the delicious “cream and speck dumplings” that Sonia prepared during a special live cooking show.
Our wine fit in beautifully with the cordial and lively atmosphere amongst Milan’s entrepreneurial community that came together to support this noble cause.
We at Botolo wish to thank Alice for Children and Sonia’s Factory for giving us this opportunity and we look forward to many future events together!
This year Nizza docg celebrates its 4th birthday. The year 2020 has been a challenge for us all, but this has not put a damper on our desire to celebrate our territory’s young but oh so precious wine!
On June 25 and 26, the Consorzio Barbera D’asti e i Vini Del Monferrato in collaboration with Collisioni il Festival Agrirock , organized a music and wine event held in the charming courtyard of the Barolo Castle.