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Elio Altare wine and dinner

Elio Altare with a glass of Altare Barolo

Enjoy a selection of wines from ​Elio Altare alongside a four-course menu

Elio Altare is recognised as a leading figure in the revolution that has taken place within Barolo over the past thirty years. His determination and passion led him on a journey that helped to change wine making in this historic area.

We are delighted Elio’s daughter Silvia, who now leads much of the winery’s operations will be hosting the evening. We have chosen a selection of wines from across their portfolio to showcase everything the region has to offer. The selection is shown alongside a four-course menu created by Head Chef Garrett Keown.

Guests who wish to visit the David Hockney exhibition also have the option to purchase special priced tickets with this event.

The restaurant will be open for guests to arrive from 19.00, with dinner scheduled to start at 19.30. 


White onion and parmesan ravioli, toasted hazelnuts, truffle oil, preserved egg yolk

Arborina, Langhe, Elio Altare, 2011


Prosciutto, charred chicory, gorgonzola cheese, mostarda, salsa verde

Barbera, Larigi, Langhe, Elio Altare, 2005


Red wine braised beef brisket, pecorino & cep polenta,  wild mushrooms, parsley, crispy shallots

Barolo, Elio Altare, 2008


Chocolate fondant, kirsch cherries, clotted cream

Dolcetto d’Alba, Elio Altare, 2012

For further information please contact us at: or +44 (020 7887 8825

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Date & Time

31 March 2017 at 19.00–23.00