Some folks will remember that I used to run a wine club in California where I would sell mixed six-packs from my warehouse in San Diego.
I am happy to report that I am launching the club again.
And you can help to support my work and research here at Do Bianchi by enjoying some great Italian wines selected by me.
If you’d like to receive information about my current holiday offering (perfect for Thanksgiving), please send me an email by clicking here (jparzen @ gee mail).
The offer is available exclusively to California residents (sorry, Texas, but our state doesn’t like wine unless it comes through the fat cat channels).
And I also have some higher end wines and extra party wines available for those who need them for entertaining this season.
The centerpiece of this month’s offering is the BES 2020 Barbera del Monferrato (above).
That wine is currently featured on one of California’s top Italian-focused wine lists.
It’s a gorgeous expression of a grape and wine region that deserve our attention — now more than ever because of the role Barbera is playing a climate changing world. It’s grown and vinified by a lovely couple who moved to the countryside in Monferrato some years ago because their special needs son needed a break from city life.
BES stands for bere e sognare (drink and dream) but it also stands for bisogni educativi speciali (special educational needs). It’s also an acronym for the couple’s last names.
This is Barbera at its finest imho, from honest growers who make the wine as purely and transparently as possible. I fell in love with it when I first tasted it a few years ago and I’m thrilled to be offering it to my friends through my wine club.
And it’s just one of the six wines in my Thanksgiving holiday six pack.
Hit me up if you need some wine! I’ll use the sales to keep my medieval wine lit research going. And you’ll get to drink some of my favorite wines.
Click here to email me and I’ll send you details. Thank you for the support and solidarity!
I wish you could do this in Texas.