Cascina Val del Prete Wine Dinner

Winemaker Dinner with Paired Italian Wines

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On Thursday, November 10th, you're invited to join a special wine dinner at Officine BRERA, LA's sophisticated & contemporary Italian restaurant, featuring wines from the Cascina Val del Prete Winery in the Piemonte region of Italy. Enjoy a selection of fine artisanal Italian wines while enjoying a multi-course meal in Officine Brera's sophisticated surrounds. Winemaker Mario Roagna will be on hand to pour wines, and guide guests on a journey of discovering their inner wine connoisseur.

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Event Details

  • Date: November 10th
  • Time: 7pm
  • Location: Officine BRERA
  • Price: $150 (tax and tip are included)
  • Parking: $7 for valet adjacent to the restaurant


farinata chickpea flour, garda olive oil, cracked pepper mondeghili milanesi bread crusted meat patties, lemon, cippollini sauce

battuta cruda hand-chopped beef, celery, raspadura, quail egg

Raviolacci beef cheek raviolacci, natural jus, raspadura

Carving table featuring spit roasted, California leg of lamb

Formaggi selection of cheese

About Officine BRERA

Expect Italian cuisine at Officine BRERA, a restaurant, bar and patio marked with an industrial decor of brick and concrete walls, exposed metal rafters, pendant lighting and wood-burning oven in the Arts District. The glass-enclosed, open kitchen churns out rustic dishes like grilled octopus, lardo al pepe (cured pork fat), risotto with Mediterranean striped mullet in a fennel-saffron broth, wood-oven roasted pork shank atop polenta and wilted greens or gnocchi tossed in quail ragu. The long bar showcases a menu of Italian wines (with a smattering of French and Spanish labels), a strong spirits list including grappa and amari, craft beer and bitter-focused cocktails like the Negroni or Via Brera (rye, applejack, Cynar, walnut bitters, nutmeg).

About Cascina Val del Prete Wines

Cascina Val del Prete Winery is situated in the northeastern most part of the province of Cuneo, and owes its name to an ancient family that held the district, a hilly area, as a feudal possession. The sandy soil of the Roero hills yields an intense red wine, bearing the district’s name, that differs from the other great Piedmontese wines in that it quickly attains good balance while the others require aging. The wine was created through the tenacity of the producers and their stubbornness and diligence in identifying the areas with exposures and soils best suited to vines.

Event Policy

Please note event tickets are non-refundable but are transferable to another guest. If you would like your ticket(s) transferred to another name, email For all other questions, contact the organizer directly at

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