Chinese wine writer Denis Lin was one of the coolest cats I met on this trip. He draws the label of many of the wines he tastes in his tasting book. “This way, I don’t get drunk,” he said. His drawings are amazing.
One of the cool things about Barbera Meeting was the folks I met from all over the world. There were a lot of Asian buyers and writers here…
Denis, above, is currently in talks to appear in the sequel to The Barbera 7, scheduled release 2011, working title: The Barbera 8.
In other news…
The best tajerin I’ve ever had.
At Ristorante Antica Torre in Barbaresco with Gaia Gaja.
Thanks again, Gaia, for an unforgettable meal, from The Barbera 7! :-)
Ristorante Antica Torre
Via Torino, 64
0173 63 51 70