“The Langhe” (a local term for low-lying hills) is an extraordinary wine district east of the Tanaro river. Distinguished by rolling hills, ancient castles and outstanding cuisine, Langhe was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its cultural landscapes and winemaking traditions that date back hundreds of years.
Langhe is not just about Nebbiolo, but others true to the area. At Osteria Langhe we want to broaden our guests’ perception by introducing lesser-known indigenous varietals like Arneis, Favorita, Nascetta, Freisa, Barbera and Dolcetto.
2018/19 Deltetto, Favorita Langhe 11/43
2016 Caviola” Barturot” Dolcetto d’Alba 13/46
2016 Villadoria, Barbaresco 18/62
2015 Ettore Germano, Barolo 18/85
A selection of three, 15
VITELLO PIEMONTESE DUO
carne cruda & vitello tonnato, crispy egg, arugula, house rosemary crackers
BURRO E SALVIA
house tajarin egg yolk noodles, sage, butter, parmigiano
TAGLIATA DI VITELLO
grilled wagyu sirloin cap, roasted root vegetables, olive oil, maldon salt
chocolate ganache, fresh berries