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This Friday in New York, I’ll be leading a virtual tasting with wines that I selected together with my good friend Jamie Wolff, owner of the “best wine shop in the world” Chambers Street Wines (according to the readers of JancisRobinson.com, 2014).
(I won’t actually be in the city. I’ll be at my desk here in Texas.)
And not only will we be pouring three wonderful Italian wines, but I’ll also be discussing my ongoing research on the role that wine plays in Boccaccio’s Decameron. I promise it won’t be boring! I think a lot of people, even those who haven’t read his collection of stories, will be surprised by my findings.
New Yorkers can still purchase the wines in time for the event, which benefits Animal Zone International.
I’d love to get to taste these with you. See the EventBrite for the wines.
And on Thursday in Houston at the weekly virtual wine dinner I host, I’ll be welcoming winemaker Francesco Carletti of Poliziano, one of my favorite producers of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.
These truly magical events have been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career in wine. For those who have never attended, I know you won’t be disappointed. These are super fun and the wines and food are great.
We expect this dinner to sell out quickly so please feel free to shoot me an email if you want me to hold you a spot.
Thanks for the support and thanks for drinking Italian wines. Italian winemakers need your support now more than ever.