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PATRON/MAÎTRE SOMMELIER

PAOLO BARIANI

Before lading at Vecchio Ristoro, Paolo had two important experience abroad (Florida and Australia) and another crucial one at Ristorante Cracco in Milan. He moves then in Courmayeur at Petit Royal in 2016, where he meets Filippo Oggioni. They open first Dandelion Cuisine de Montagne in Courmayeur, and subsequently in 2019 they decide to take the lead on Vecchio Ristoro in Aosta.
The Wine List is constantly evolving, looking for perfect pairings with Chef Oggioni’s cuisine and exploring local, italian and foreign territories.
Specific attention is paid to small productions, sustainability and clean processing in cellars, without forgetting great wines that has become benchmarks for the most important geographical denominations.

THE REGION

AOSTA

Vecchio Ristoro is located in Aosta, capital of Valle d’Aosta, surrounded by the highest mountains of the Alps. Mountains themselves frame an exciting territory, rich of nature’s beauty and historical monuments, chosen by thousands of tourists every year. Traveling the region, you’ll meet unforgettable landscaped and amazing medieval castles at every corner, beautifully preserved. Aosta is also the second richest city, after Rome, in Roman relics and ruins. This cultural heritage is enriched by mountain traditions, which are still vivid on the whole territory. Bucolic culture, craftsmanship and gastronomy are still perpetuated generation after generation, making Aosta Valley authentic and genuine.

THE REGION

AOSTA

Vecchio Ristoro is located in Aosta, capital of Valle d’Aosta, surrounded by the highest mountains of the Alps. Mountains themselves frame an exciting territory, rich of nature’s beauty and historical monuments, chosen by thousands of tourists every year.

Traveling the region, you’ll meet unforgettable landscaped and amazing medieval castles at every corner, beautifully preserved. Aosta is also the second richest city, after Rome, in Roman relics and ruins.

This cultural heritage is enriched by mountain traditions, which are still vivid on the whole territory. Bucolic culture, craftsmanship and gastronomy are still perpetuated generation after generation, making Aosta Valley authentic and genuine.