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Italian Wine Event With Agricola Querciabella @ The Wine House

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    Thu, April 20, 2023 (7:00 PM - 8:30 PM)

The Wine House
2311 Cotner Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90064
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Cost: $35

Please join us in a rare and unrivaled tasting of Chianti and Super Tuscan wines led by Giorgio Fragiacomo, Export Director for Agricola Querciabella. Querciabella has been producing some of the region’s best Chiantis for decades, as well as outstanding Super Tuscans, including Batàr, a wine that is widely recognized by critics around the world as the ultimate white Super Tuscan and one of Italy’s greatest white wines.

Querciabella wines to be poured:

2021 Querciabella Mongrana Bianco ($23)

2019 Querciabella Batàr ($150)

2020 Querciabella Mongrana ($23)

2019 Querciabella Chianti Classico ($35)

2015 Querciabella Turpino ($60)

2017 Querciabella Camartina ($150)

Cheese and charcuterie will be served.

The new Wine House Kitchen restaurant is open! Make a reservation for dinner before or after the tasting.


In 1974, Giuseppe (Pepito) Castiglioni, an industrial entrepreneur and lifelong wine lover, bought a single hectare of vineyard on a Tuscan hillside and set about creating an estate that would soon span the breadth of the region. Sebastiano Cossia Castiglioni, Pepito’s son and an investor and entrepreneur in his own right, converted the estate to organic viticulture in 1988, making Querciabella one of the first wineries in Italy to employ this practice. Under his leadership, Querciabella became known as one of Italy’s best and most innovative wine producers by the turn of the 20th century.

Sebastiano’s passion for animal rights and the preservation of the environment took organics at Querciabella one step further. In the year 2000, Sebastiano introduced a 100% plant‑based approach to biodynamics that forbids the use of animal products on their vineyards or in their cellars. Once again, Querciabella was an innovator in the industry and an inspiration in the region. Today, that single hectare in Tuscany is just a small part of the more than 100 hectares of the Querciabella vineyards. The vibrant vineyards – flanked in the Chianti Classico region by oak forests and rolling hills, and in Maremma by the rough beauty of an unspoiled Tuscan coastline – thrive in the rich, biodynamic soil that has become the single most important ingredient in Querciabella’s award-winning recipes.

Cancellations must be received at least 48 hours before start time for a refund or transfer to another class or event.

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