Sunday 28 april 2024

At 5.30 p.m.

Pertinenza Castello di Roddi, via Carlo Alberto, 15 12060 Roddi (CN)

Price: € 25

A musical aperitif with wines and local products in the prestigious setting of the Castle of Roddi.

A small musical journey in which to combine the tasting of four wines with listening to Jazz live music to stimulate the most emotional side of our mind.

The live performance of the Jazz songs will alternate with the tasting of four wines, introduced by a short presentation. The musical selection is designed to accompany and enhance the sensory experience of the wines being tasted, creating an evocative and engaging atmosphere.

Participants will taste four excellent wines from the surrounding vineyards, with the sommelier on hand to answer questions and guide them through the nuances of each wine.

After the concert, guests will have the opportunity to engage in further conversation, share their own views on the tasting and enjoy an aperitif accompanied by background music.

The experience includes:

  • tasting of  4 wines
  • finger food
  • live music with Flavio Boltro – Fabio Giachino: “Things to say”
    Flavio Boltro, trumpet – Fabio Giachino, piano. An event marked by a high level of expressive charge alternating with moments of deep artistic intensity in a repertoire that moves freely between original compositions and jazz standards. Flavio Boltro, a reference trumpet player of made-in-Italy jazz with several international experiences behind him, and Fabio Giachino, one of the most virtuosic young Italian pianists, are one in front of the other: the two artists have shared a series of musical experiences together, reaching an artistic intimacy that finds its ultimate expressiveness in a duo where the “things to say” are many, but above all they are intense and unique.
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In case of good weather the aperitif will be held in the courtyard of the Castle from which you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the Langhe hills, in case of bad weather the aperitif will be held in the medieval hall inside the Castle.