With my semester behind me, today we head for Italy—two weeks at a villa in the countryside near Perugia studying Sagrantino di Montefalco up close and personal. If you’re unfamiliar with Sagrantino, it’s a bold, concentrated tannic beast with woodsy, mushroom aromas. We should be drinking more Sagrantino in the U.S.
Then we head to Juneau Alaska for the International Food Blogger’s Conference, followed by a few days to get road worthy before heading across the U.S. towards Eastern Canada.
Since I’ll be stationary in Italy instead of madly dashing from one place to another I might be able to maintain a regular blog schedule while in Europe. That would be a change.