One of the wine makers is planting varieties of vines which are almost forgotten. I guess we'd call them heritage varieties. He is making some very interesting wines. Another stall was showcasing wine that came from a property near Orvieto which we rented for two weeks back in 1998.
The cheeses were excellent, the truffles always delight but the find of the night was spreadable beer.
These labels were designed by a cartoonist to express the mood of each wine.
This is it, spreadable beer. Pretty delicious!
Me with Sabrina, the winemaker and owner at Morami. She is holding her signature wine which is very much a special occasion wine. She produced it to celebrate her 40th birthday some years ago!
There was a jazz band playing in the upper piazza...
and market stalls along the road outside the walls. The food, band and dancing continued in the lower communal area.
As seems to be the norm, we finished off with drinks at Daniela and Aldo's Bar Gallo.