The weather has been predicted for a beautiful spring weekend, which means days in the mid 70’s and nights in the near to low 40’s. Lots of sunshine and dust, the red clay dust of West Texas, which gets all up in your eyes and skin and everything and it is a wonderful thing. Chefs from all over Texas along with winemakers from Texas and a few friends from California who have Texas roots will meet up with the Tuscan contingency. It’s gonna be a ball. Like it always is.
Some of the folks who are coming:
|Giulio Galli representing Petra and La Badiola|
|Luciano Castiello representing Castello Banfi|
|Jacopo Bacci representing Renieri, Terre di Talamo and Castelli di Bossi|
Some of the food we’ll be eating:
Libations will be wine and local spirits:
This really is the best little wine festival in little ‘ol Texas. And this year we're going "Eye-talian".
Like I said, I can hardly wait, got my jeans pressed and my cowboy shirts all laid out, ready to play Texan for a weekend. And eat and drink and dance and relax with some of my favorite people in the world.
Wish you were here!