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  • Giacomo Fenocchio Winemaker Dinner

    We invite you to join us at Perbacco next Friday, November 2nd for an intimate evening celebrating the wines of Giacomo Fenocchio estate, fifth generation growers and producers of high quality Barolos. This dinner will provide the rare opportunity for a comparative tasting of two historic and highly lauded Barolo crus from one of the best vintages in recent history out of magnums. Winemaker and estate owner, Claudio Fenocchio, will be joining us for the evening to speak about each of his incredible wines.

    Chef Staffan will prepare a four-course dinner that will be paired with a selection of Fenocchio’s finest wines. The complete pairing menu can be found below and will be $140 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. The evening will begin at 6:30pm with a sparkling reception and dinner will follow at 7:00pm.

    To make plans to join us next Friday, please contact Stephen Lee, Director of Hospitality & Private Dining: (415) 955-0647 or

    Umberto + Staffan


  • Cru Night at Perbacco

    Twice a year, 50 restaurants across the country simultaneously pour one iconic wine. On Wednesday, October 10th join us at Perbacco for this special evening featuring Castello di Neive, a prestigious wine aged gracefully in 3-liter bottles referred to as “Formati Importanti.” Cru Night offers the rare opportunity to taste an exquisitely developed wine that is not usually available by the glass. To make reservations to join us at Perbacco, please click here or call (415) 955-0663.


    CASTELLO DI NEIVE – Tradition, research, and creativity make up the philosophy of the Castello di Neive winery. The Barbaresco Santo Stefano is the result of an ethereal combination of the ideal terroir with the perfectly-suited Nebbiolo grape. The Nebbiolo grapes for this wine are grown in the Albesani sub-appellation inside Barbaresco, in the single vineyard of Santo Stefano, which is owned entirely by Castello di Neive.


    What is a Cru? A wine produced from a single vineyard or area of recognized quality.


    Why Formati Importanti? In Italian, large formats are aptly called Formati Importanti since typically ‘Important’ wines are bottled in larger formats to allow for slow and graceful aging. Formati Importanti take more time to develop and can be aged longer than 750ml bottles.


    Follow the event at #LLSCruNight #smallvineyardsBIGBOTTLES

  • CUESA Demo w/ Chef Kelsey

    Perbacco Chef de Cuisine Kelsey Coulson will be leading a CUESA Market to Table cooking demo at the Ferry Building Farmers Market on Saturday, September 8th at 12pm. The demo is open to the public and is free. Make plans to join us to learn a seasonal recipe and ask Chef Kelsey your latest cooking questions.





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