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“Produttori del Barbaresco, a 56-member wine cooperative that makes wine co-ops look good. From their single-vineyard Barbarescos produced in great vintages, to their Barbaresco DOCG that is a blend from different sites, these wines are a great value. Maialino’s list includes Produttori vintages going back to 1974,” says Kellogg.

The Wine Program
The program is almost exclusively Italian, with the exception of Champagne. The list includes more than 550 bottles from Italy, with 35 by-the-glass options. Highlights include a significant collection of Nebbiolo, featuring benchmark Barolo producers with a deep selection of vintages going back more than 50 years.

Favorite Dish
“Maialino’s raviolo al uovo with white truffle is the dream dish for wine lovers,” says Kellogg. “It’s a large, single raviolo stuffed with spinach, ricotta, white truffle and a perfectly runny egg yolk that bursts out and emulsifies with the brown-butter-sage sauce once you cut into it. Only available during white-truffle season, this rich and earthy dish pairs perfectly with Nebbiolo.”

About the Team
“Nick Anderer serves not only as our executive chef, but also as a sort of Italian food archivist, visiting Italy and studying Italian food to drive the inspiration for our menu that highlights Roman-inspired dishes,” says Jeffrey Kellogg, the wine director.

Corkage Policy
The fee is $25 per 750-ml bottle for the first two bottles, and then $50 a bottle thereafter.

Photo by Ellen Silverman

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