Arianna grilled them to perfection.
Brescia province has always been famous for the quality of its beef and its beef markets. Last night’s dinner of steak, salad, and Franciacorta was extraordinary.
Thank you, Giovanni and Arianna! You ROCK!
Honestly, I thought the whole thing was a really dumb idea but it turned out to be really interesting.
The Intravino dudes had gathered a smart group of top Italian writers and tasters and I was stoked to get to taste and interact with them. Notes to come…
In the meantime, please check out my Houston Press preview of the IPOB tasting that will take place in Houston on Monday of next week.
It’s the first time that Jasmine, Raj, and co. are presenting the wines in the U.S. beyond San Francisco and New York. Kinda a big deal for the Bayou City.
And lastly, in case you’re wondering, yes, I’m still standing.
Some years, I do an “easier” fair. But this year, between my clients, my gig with the Franciacorta consortium, and the wines that I want to taste for my own betterment, I’ve had a pretty intense fair.
Two more days to go. Wish me speed and thanks for being here!
Thank you to everyone who came out for yesterday’s Franciacorta Crawl. That was rad.
And thank you brother Nathan for the photo below…