WineBarolo Grill features a selection of Italian, French, Spanish and U.S. wines by the glass. All wines subject to price change and availability. Owner Blair Taylor, wine director Ryan Fletter & the staff of Barolo Grill, showcase their favorite wines on this page. Their opinions are the basis on which we build the entire theme.Barolo Grill’s wine list offers an extensive selection of Italian wines as well as outstanding selections from France, Spain, and the U.S. All wines subject to price change and availability.
Private Dining Rooms
Info for all partiesBarolo Grill has three private dining rooms, available for groups of 6 to 30 people.For groups of 10 or more, the chef prepares two different five course menus each season. For current menus, or to book a private room, please contact Morgan Wolfe, Event Coordinator.
Italy InfoIn 1995 owner Blair Taylor began taking his staff on an educational trip to Italy each year. The trip is a chance for the entire staff to experience and understand the food and wine of Italy firsthand. When you dine at Barolo Grill, the chefs have perfected their dishes under the advice of the best chefs in Italy, and your server has likely tasted the wine he recommends in the cantina with the winemaker!
Lasting approximately two weeks, the trip usually takes place in July. Plans for the 2013 trip are currently underway.
The trip includes stays in Piedmont, Tuscany, Umbria, The Marche and sometimes the Veneto, or even the far north province of Alto Adige.
In Piedmont, we stay in the town of Alba, with visits to the best Barolo and Barbaresco producers as well as the best restaurants in the region.
In Tuscany, we have stayed in the town of Castelina in Chianti and in Montepulciano. From there, we have visited Chianti Classico, Super Tuscan, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano producers, and of course, top restaurants.
In The Marche, we stayed in the coastal town of Senigallia on the Adriatic Sea. From there we visited Verdicchio and Rosso Piceno producers.
When the trip includes a stay in the Veneto and/or the Alto Adige, we stay in Desenzano.
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Holiday ScheduleNew Year’s Eve & St. Valentine’s Day
Barolo Grill will be serving a
Five course Prix Fixe menu $88 per person.
For reservations call 303.393.1040. Credit card required for all reservations.
Barolo Grill is closed on the following holidays:
Christmas Eve & Chrsitmas Day – December 24th & 25th
New Year’s Day- January 1st
Easter – April 5th
Mother’s Day- May 10th
Father’s Day- June 21st
Barolo GrillBarolo Grill – Piemontese Northern Italian Cuisine
3030 E. 6th Ave. Denver, CO 80206
Barolo Grill is located between Milwaukee and St. Paul on 6th Ave.
Barolo Grill is 10 blocks west of Colorado Blvd., 6 blocks East of Josephine and York.
Complimentary valet parking begins at 5:00pm.
People to Know
Blair Taylor, owner
Darrel Truett, executive chef
Ryan Fletter, general manager & wine director
Morgan Wolfe, event coordinator
Garden Room← backThe Garden Room, decorated with vintage Italian posters and charming grapevines draped in twinkle lights, is available for private parties of 20 to 33 people. Additionally, the Garden Room is used for open seating when a private party has not reserved the space.