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do bianchi negotiating the epistemologic implications of oenophilia navigation skip to content home about contact music copyright notice clos cibonne 2015 tibouren: what a great vintage for this wine! posted on march 24, 2017 by do bianchi randall grahm first poured me clos cibonne côtes de provence tibouren when we visited over lunch six years ago in la. he had picked it up at a southland wine shop while he was working the market. and he seemed to take as much delight in drinking the wine as he did turning me on to it. since that time, it’s become (when available in our market) one of the standbys and favorites at our dinner table. it usually lands in texas when the hype around rosé wines begins to rev up each year. we enjoy every vintage but this year, with the current release 2015, this wine has what the italians call the marcia in più, that extra gear in the gearbox. the fruit in this bottle last night was so vibrant, so transparent and pure, that it just seemed to sing in the glass. what a wine and what a great vintage! over the years, we’ve come to know and love the classic, elegant oxidative style of this cask-aged rosé. but in this year’s release, the fruit really jumps out — especially on the palate. my recommendation: run don’t walk to your favorite wine shop and buy all you can. so much to tell today and so little time. thanks for being here this week and buon weekend, ya’ll! share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 0 thoughts and prayers for our sisters and brothers in london… posted on march 23, 2017 by do bianchi i was trading emails with the london-based editor of a book i translated yesterday when the news of the attack broke and she went dark. i don’t believe she was anywhere near westminster and i trust that she’s okay. but i still haven’t heard back from her. our thoughts and prayers go out today for our sisters and brothers in london… image via hernán piñera’s flickr (creative commons). share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 2 a slow wine call to action: support earthquake-affected wines from marche, umbria, and abruzzo by buying them in your hometown posted on march 22, 2017 by do bianchi the following is my post this week for the university of gastronomic sciences (unisg) blog. i’ll be teaching (english-language) seminars for the master’s in wine culture and master’s in food culture programs there in july and november of this year. if you ever traveled to the italian regions of marche (marches), umbria, or abruzzo, you know that part of their charm is how underdeveloped they are. especially when compared with the once pristine wine growing areas of the north, for example, where industrial expansion has radically reshaped the landscape over the last three decades, these regions look very much as they did in the post-second world war era. and in many zones, some would say that they resemble a 19th-century italy and a time before the country’s meteoric industrialization under fascism. if you’re not italian, you may not know that the marche, umbria, and abruzzo are favorite destinations for the country’s enonauts: wine lovers who enjoy leisurely drives and winery visits there, mini-vacations that nearly always culminate with the purchase of bottles at the wineries themselves. it’s a long-standing tradition among italians and in recent years, as wine appreciation has expanded among young people (thanks in part to the renewed interest in wine education there), it has become more and more common to see young couples and families enjoy leisure time there. after all, some of italy’s most beautiful countryside is found in these three regions, the restaurants are relatively inexpensive (and the food is delicious), and the wine affordable. and there’s just something extra special about bringing home wines from one of these trips and enjoying it at home. but today winemakers and their families in central and central adriatic italy are facing one of the biggest crises in a generation. the bottomline: in the wake of the severe seismic activity that began there last august and a second wave that took place in october, the number of tourists visiting those three regions has fallen drastically. the drop is due in part to the fact that infrastructure has been heavily damaged there and some favorite tourist spots are inaccessible. but it’s also due to would-be tourists reluctance to visit areas that have been plagued by seismic activity. as my unisg colleague fabio giavedoni, co-editor of the slow wine guide, pointed out in a post yesterday on the slow wine blog, the number of visitors to the museum at the basilica of saint francis of assisi (in the heart of umbria, above), for example, has fallen by 70 percent. as a result, people simply aren’t buying wines at the wineries. aside from a few instances were tanks were damaged, the winemakers themselves haven’t suffered any major damage. after all, the wineries are nearly all located in the countryside, away from the hilltop villages where the damage was worst. but the fall in regional tourism has deeply impacted their direct sales. as fabio encourages us in his post, one way that we can support winemakers from this region is by buying their wines in the cities and towns where we normally reside. i hope you will join, fabio, me and my wife tracie p in opening bottles of pecorino, passerina, verdicchio, sagrantino, trebbiano spoletino, trebbiano d’abruzzo, and montepulciano (just to name some of the great wines from central italy) in coming months as we celebrate the wines and show our solidarity for the winemakers and their families. thanks for reading (and drinking central italian grapes). image via wikipedia. share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 0 what is dosage? getting it right tomorrow @keepercoll #sommchat posted on march 21, 2017 by do bianchi when my friend diane dixon wrote me the other day inviting me to take part in one of her excellent twitter chats #sommchat, she asked me what i’d like to focus on for the online event. my answer was dosage and the often misunderstood (and maligned) role that sugar plays in the production of sparkling wine. over the last two years, i’ve traveled all over the country talking about and tasting sparkling wine with people from every walk of the wine trade. in the arc of that time, i’ve never quite been able to wrap my mind around why there is so much confusion when it comes to how fizzy wines get their sparkle. we spend an inordinate amount of time poring over the crus of barbaresco or beaune, their soil types and their topography, for example. but when it comes to the range of effervescent wines made throughout the world using the ancestral, martinotti, and classic methods, i’ve found that we tend to gloss over the details of what has made sparkling wine one of the most profound expressions of viticulture today. tomorrow at noon est, diane and i will be leading a chat about dosage, tirage, liqueur d’expédition etc. please join us @keepercoll #sommchat. there is no one who does more to foster the texas wine and food scene than diane, whose austin-based keeper collection community produces a series of popular events each year with a focus on young sommeliers and chefs. i couldn’t be more thrilled to be part of the conversation. see you tomorrow on twitter #sommchat! share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 0 a fantastic bottle of 2008 barbaresco, a vintage that the langhetti call their own posted on march 20, 2017 by do bianchi partly to celebrate tracie p hitting a sales milestone in her new career with rodan + fields and partly to commemorate the first set of original music by my new band at our first full rehearsal last night (more on that in coming weeks), we opened the above bottle of 2008 barbaresco ovello by produttori del barbaresco. i bought the wine some years ago on release and it’s been sitting in my cellar in san diego since that time (twice a year, i ship wines to texas, weather permitting). tracie, my new band, and i were so floored by how good this bottle was that i reached out to my friend luca cravanzola, who works as an export manager for the cooperative winery, for a note on this excellent vintage. here’s what he had to say (translation mine)… after a severe winter with abundant snowfall and a cool and rainy spring, the 2008 vintage began a little late with respect to the average [growing cycle] in previous years. the warm temperatures at the peak of summer in july and august gave way to milder weather in september. but there was no excessive rainfall. you could even say, without reservation, that the end of the season was dry, which is ideal for nebbiolo. the harvest began on october 4, slightly later than usual given the “slow” growing cycle, which delivered excellent quality in the fruit. thanks to classic diurnal shifts in temperature during september and october here in barbaresco, you could even go as far as to say that the ripening was nearly perfect. no excessive sugar or over ripening gave the fruit healthy acidity and rustic, nervy tannin. this is definitely a vintage that needs to rest in the cellar before being enjoyed. but even in the mid- to long-term, it will reward the drinker. a classic vintage that we langhetti [the ethnonym preferred by residents of the langhe hills] really love! ciao jeremy! although this wine has many years ahead of it (and i am blessed to have another 6 bottles in my cellar, more or less), it was already showing gorgeously last night, with electric acidity, subdued but still lip-smacking fruit, and tannins that were buoyed by the acidity and alcohol. what a great vintage for barbaresco and what a great wine! thanks, luca, for sharing your insights… i can see why you guys love this vintage so much. here’s a note that i recently wrote for a client on the difference between langhetto and langarolo. share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 0 the roundup narrative: the most pernicious form of food and wine writing? posted on march 16, 2017 by do bianchi yesterday, the new york times reported the a most astonishing, although not surprising, statistic: “over the last two decades, monsanto has genetically re-engineered corn, soybeans and cotton so it is much easier to spray them with the weed killer [roundup], and some 220 million pounds of glyphosate [the herbicide used in roundup] were used in 2015 in the united states.” even more astonishing and even less surprising is that, according to the times report, recently unsealed court documents “suggested that monsanto had ghostwritten research that was later attributed to academics and indicated that a senior official at the environmental protection agency had worked to quash a review of roundup’s main ingredient, glyphosate, that was to have been conducted by the united states department of health and human services.” the files in question came from “litigation brought by people who claim to have developed non-hodgkin’s lymphoma as a result of exposure to glyphosate. the litigation was touched off by a determination made nearly two years ago by the international agency for research on cancer, a branch of the world health organization, that glyphosate was a probable carcinogen, citing research linking it to non-hodgkin’s lymphoma.” as i’m preparing for my seminars later this year on food and wine writing for the university of gastronomic sciences’ master’s in food culture and master’s in wine culture, i continue to compile my list of the functions of food and wine writing. beyond its alleged attempts to corrupt government-appointed officials in the u.s., monsanto’s “academic ghost writing” possibly ranks (and reeks) as the most pernicious form of enogastronomic writing. “roundup is not a carcinogen,” said monsanto ceo hugh grant in a high-profile interview in the u.s. last year with public radio. “it’s 40 years old, it’s been studied; virtually every year of its life it’s been under a review somewhere in the world by regulatory authorities. so canada and europe just finished. europe finished their review last year and came back with glowing colors. the canadians were the same and now we are going through a similar process in the u.s., so i’ve absolutely no concerns about the safety of the product.” his claims don’t jive with the 2015 who report where the authors declare that glyphosate is “a probable carcinogen.” dissimulation and semiosis in enogastronomic writing and the roundup narrative are just some of the topics i’ll be covering in my seminars. btw, i highly recommend this national geographic story on glyphosate. thanks for reading. image via wikipedia. share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 1 the unlikely rise of pizza as an american favorite and haccademia, a favorite pizzeria on mt. vesuvius posted on march 15, 2017 by do bianchi last november, after my friend marina alaimo, a neapolitan sommelier and publicist, took me for dinner at haccademia, an excellent pizzeria on mt. vesuvius that she represents, she shared a short bio of pizzaiolo aniello falanga and a short history of his restaurant. i was struck by what aniello wrote at the end of the piece and i have translated it here. “without a doubt,” he notes, “pizza has covered a lot of ground. it’s gone from being a humble, inexpensive street food to becoming a symbol of good eating and hospitality throughout the world. this continues to amaze us. but it also inspires us.” it’s remarkable to contemplate: in the arc of my own adolescence and adulthood, pizza in the u.s. has been transformed from the pedestrian new york slice and the post-soccer-practice weeknight meal for american parents who don’t feel like cooking to a fetishized and cultish sine qua non of haute italian dining. what mid-sized american city today doesn’t have a genuine neapolitan wood-fired pizza oven crafted by a bona fide neapolitan mason? by the time i arrived in texas in 2008, the state already had classic neapolitan ovens in san antonio and austin. today, just eight years later, neapolitan-style pizzerias and pizzaioli are practically ubiquitous. when i was a kid growing up in san diego, the pizzeria de rigueur was pernicano’s, where a venetian gondola graced venue’s nave and mr. pernicano manned an electric organ and serenaded the guests with pseudo-italian classics. today, from san diego to new york, from seattle to miami, pizza-lovers ride on the wave and wake of the so-called “pizza wars” of the 2000s, when classic neapolitan pizza ovens and handfuls of sawdust became the tanks and bullets for an army of self-determined pseudo-neapolitan pizzaioli. one thing we don’t have here in the u.s. is genuine vesuvian tomatoes, like those in the photo above. the pomodorino del piennolo del vesuvio or vesuvian pendulum cherry tomato can only be found on the slope of the volcano, where it is grown in the volcanic subsoils of 18 townships (piennolo is neapolitan dialect for pendulum, a name derived from the unique shape of the nightshades; click this link for the pronunciation on youtube). the vesuvian pendulum remains the gold red standard for its unmistakable balance of sweetness and acidity. it’s one of the world’s greatest examples and expressions of the concept of terroir. here are some photos from our superb dinner that night with a group of her friends at haccademia, which i highly recommend to you. a sampling of the herbs that aniello grows and uses in his kitchen. the pizza margherita, the litmus test for any pizzeria and pizzaiolo. why hasn’t the neapolitan tradition of fried macaroni caught on yet in the u.s.? take note american pizzaioli and please make this the next big thing! i visited naples in november of last year when butternut squash was in season, hence aniello’s “seasonal pizza.” you’re hard-pressed to find a leafy green in piedmont, lombardy, or veneto in november. but during campania’s winter, escarole is a godsend for those who suffer from jewish boy stomach. share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 1 are italian winemakers not welcome in trump america? posted on march 14, 2017 by do bianchi from the department of “this is trump america, damnit! isn’t american wine great enough for you?” above: border field state park in the very southwestern corner of the united states about 15 miles south of san diego. i visited the u.s.-mexico border there in late february. many italian winemakers are anxious about trump america. and when i write that, i’m not referring to the platform of hate, bigotry, xenophobia, protectionism, isolationism, and populism white nationalism that delivered him to the white house (they’re nervous about all of the above as well). since president trump’s inauguration, i’ve been asked countless times by my italian clients, colleagues, and counterparts whether or not i believe that the president’s trade wars are going to affect tariffs on italian wines. and in more recent weeks, as the build-up to trump’s new immigration policies have come into focus, i’ve received a growing number of inquiries about immigration controls at international airports in the u.s. where flights from europe land. last week, a rock band from pesaro, italy was refused entry into the u.s. even those the musicians seemed to have all their paperwork in order. the group soviet soviet was on its way to play the south by southwest music, film, and media festival in austin, texas. but they were turned back at the seattle airport after being handcuffed and detained. read the account of their misadventure on npr. i played in a rock band for many years and am well versed in the paperwork that you need to complete when you perform abroad. my group used to travel regularly from new york city to canada to perform and, like soviet soviet, we were required to present documentation that we were not crossing a border in search of employment or compensation for our performances. in all my years playing music professionally, i have never heard of a band being turned away for an issue like this. the story was brought to my attention by an italian wine colleague concerned about an upcoming trip to the states to show her family’s wines. perhaps more ominous was the detainment of good friend and colleague of mine last week at a u.s. airport where international flights land from europe. let’s just call him “federico” for privacy’s sake. federico is a highly successful italian wine professional who travels to the u.s. and asia frequently. when he landed in the u.s. last week, he was told that his passport had been reported stolen by the italian government (even though his passport was in his possession and he had not reported it missing). immigration officials confiscated his wallet and his cellphone and detained him in a holding cell for more than six hours without any explanation. in my nearly 20 years of working in italian wine, i have never heard of such a thing happening. i have heard of people being sent to “secondary inspection” because there was an issue with paperwork or confusion about the purpose of their trip. but i’ve never heard of anyone being detained or having her/his cellphone confiscated. it’s not exactly what i would call the “welcome to america” experience. it’s too early to say whether or not a new and perhaps more aggressive culture has emerged among the immigration agents who control us when we land at international airports. but these two episodes from last week don’t bode well for italian winemakers traveling to our country. it’s my sincere hope that they were out-of-the-ordinary instances where miscommunication led to misfortune. maybe, like the trump supporter below who blocked my entry into an ecumenical parking place outside the gym yesterday in houston, the immigration agents last week were simply having a bad day in trump america. let’s hope so…   share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 0 see you at taste of italy 2018: thanks to everyone who came out last week to celebrate italian food and wine! posted on march 13, 2017 by do bianchi just over a year ago, in february 2016, the director and deputy director of the italy-america chamber of commerce of texas called me to their houston offices to discuss how we could make their taste of italy trade show bigger, better, and brighter. we needed to get the greater texas food and wine community involved, i told them, and we needed to reach out to local media to help us raise awareness of this unique festival. i also suggested that we invite food and wine experts from beyond texas to give the event the world-class credentials that it deserved. and, of course, i told them that we needed to start a blog. on monday of last week, not only did i lead five tastings for the more than 300 taste of italy attendees and more than 60 exhibitors, but i also watched the texas restaurant and food professionals community coalesce around this spectacular enogastronomic happening — the biggest in the u.s. devoted exclusively to italy and italian food and wine products. one of the biggest thrills was seeing this preview of our carbonara seminar and panel in the houston chronicle by my friend chris reid, one of the texas food writers i admire most (i believe the content is still free to non-subscribers). i loved how this iconic dish, which today is equally popular on both sides of the atlantic, united both italians and americans in an expression of cultural culinary identity. in case you missed the seminar, chris gave an excellent talk on how texans and italians are very much alike in their proud and often fierce connection to dishes that reflect their gastronomic ethos. whether it’s a question of beans in texas chili or guanciale versus pancetta in carbonara, chris touched on the way that what and how we eat increasingly defines who were are and what we believe in. chris and houston chefs paul petronella and william wright, who each cooked a carbonara — one with pecorino and the other with parmigiano reggiano — for the seminar (above, from left), are just two of the countless people i need to thank for being part of the fair. i also need to share my heartfelt thanks with my colleague christina truong from food and vine time productions here in houston. working in a stressful situation (like any major food event) really brings people together and i can’t think of a more talented and even-keeled person to call colleague and friend. but most importantly, i need to thank the chamber’s director and deputy director, alessia paolicchi and maurizio gamberucci, for believing in my crazy ideas and trusting in my intuition and experience. over the last twelve months, they’ve both become my friends as well. and my life in texas is all the richer for the camaraderie and solidarity they have shared with me. we all look forward to welcoming you next year to taste of italy 2018! click here for notes and numbers from this year’s gathering. share this:twitterfacebookgoogleredditlike this:like loading... posted in de vino 0 fake news carbonara: debunking the “carbonari” myth posted on march 9, 2017 by do bianchi earlier this week, i was a presenter at the taste of italy trade fair and festival in houston. the marquee event of the festival was a seminar on carbonara, including a talk on the origins of the history of the dish by me and my colleague chris reid, a food writer for the houston chronicle and the author of numerous articles on the dish, its recipe, and its history. i, too, have authored a number of posts where i have published my research on carbonara. when it came time to take questions and comments from the audience, an italian woman raised her hand and i gave her the microphone. “i have a doctorate in italian literature,” she said, addressing my colleague chris and me. “and everything you have said about carbonara is false.” she then proceeded to give us a lecture on how the true origins of the dish lie not in post-second world war rome and the era of italy’s reconstruction, when products like dried pasta first became readily available to italians. instead, she said as she admonished us, the dish was invented and favored by the carbonari, the secretive italian revolutionaries from the 1800s (see the wikipedia entry here). after they would engage in acts of insurrection in the cities, she said, they would return to their hiding places in the hills and mountains where they would prepare spaghetti alla carbonara. and that, she told us confidently, is the true origin of the dish. never mind that the earliest mentions of any dish named carbonara appear only in the 1950s (the grande dizionario della lingua italiana, the italian oxford english dictionary, dates the first mention of a dish known as carbonara as 1951 and my colleague chris has discovered a mention in la stampa in 1950). never mind that none of the landmark cookery books of the 19th century mention carbonara. in fact, there is no mention in artusi or cavalcanti, both of whom first published their first books after the era of the carbonari (1800-1830). never mind that italian diets outside of campania didn’t incorporate long noodle or die-cut pasta before the second post-war era: anyone familiar with the work of italian food historian massimo montanari can attest to this. no siree. despite the fact that she had just attended a lecture by two established food writers and food historians, she felt compelled to let us know what idiots we were. it’s time for this travesty of culinary ignorance to come to end once and for all. thanks for reading. this post is a preview of one of the topics i’ll be covering later this year in my seminar on food writing for the master’s in food culture at the university of 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