Another deep-dive day into the land of Prosecco Superiore:
1. A visit to the Scuola Enologica di Conegliano founded by Antonio Carpenè.
2. The view from the road going from Conegliano to Valdobbiandene.
3. The oldest vineyard land of Adami winery, which is part of the new UNESCO World Heritage site here.
4. Tasting Prosecco Superiore at Bortolomiol, a 70+ year-old winery in Valdobbiadene run by sisters.
5. Kitty + chicken enjoying the view of Cartizze, the most valuable vineyard area in the world.
6. A canon used to fire up at the clouds when the threat of hail looms during the summer.
7. Trout tortellini with trout roe and local “Giaveri” caviar at La Corte Ristorante, which has a Michelin Star.
8. Finishing the meal at La Corte with a glass of Gabbara Cartizze, a Prosecco Superiore that doesn’t include the word “Prosecco” on the label (only 7000 bottles made last year).
Thanks to @proseccowinetour for showing me around today!
Belated thank you to everyone in LA who took the time to come out and hear the @lavashthebook team chat about all things lavash-related.
BIG thank you to @abrilbooks for hosting our book launch talk, @cookbookhunter who threw down a feast fit for kings to celebrate the book with friends, and @nowservingla and @ascattergood to spend a Saturday morning hearing about some of our crazy adventures. It was an honor to meet so many new friends and to reconnect with old ones 🙏😍📕
(photos by @dkerian - merci ♥️)