In 1999, Incisa moved to California to pursue a degree in economics at Pepperdine University, then later returned to Italy, where he managed the day-to-day operations of two family wine estates in Umbria—Titignano and Salvia no—which are owned by his mother, Nerina Corsini Incisa della Rocchetta. In January of 2000, Incisa again returned to the United States to pursue a Master’s from New York University, which he completed in 2003. In 2004, he founded Bodega Chacra in the Río Negro region of Patagonia, Argentina, which produces old-vine Pinot Noir. Now a resident of the United States, Incisa divides his time between New York City, Italy and Patagonia. In his free time he enjoys skiing, yoga and cooking. Additionally, Piero Incisa della Rocchetta is a scion of the aristocratic winemaking family behind Tuscany's ground breaking Sassicaia. $300 per person.