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Italian Flavor Forum XII
Loris Scagliarini – June 4, 2010
Photos and videos by Daniel Rampulla

Italian Flavor Forum X


 

On May 27, 2010, the Museo Italo Americano in San Francisco, California, located inside the Fort Mason Center, at 99 Marina Boulevard, hosted the 12th Italian Flavor Forum.

The invitation only wine and specialty food tasting event dedicated to professional buyers, trade journalists and San Francisco Bay Area opinion leaders, is organized annually by WineCountry.IT, LLC. The goal of the trade show is to promote select quality Italian wines and food items produced by small and medium estates.

Italy, whose southern regions were known as Enotria, or 'Land of Wine' by the ancient Greeks, is home to over 300 native vines whose fruits are used to produce wine, making it the country with by far the greatest number of native grapes in the world. This fact is underscored by the fact that the country has close to 50,000 winery in an area which is 70% that of California. If you have ever driven down highway 29 from Napa to Calistoga and marveled at the number of winery lined up on both sides of the road, imagine that in Italy, most roads look like that, with wineries big and small scattered among vineyards and cultivated fields.

Angelica Giampaoli welcomes the invited guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII
Angelica Giampaoli welcomes the invited guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII

IFF XII

Professional wine and food buyers, journalists and opinion makers of the San Francisco Bay area who turned out in large numbers from 2 to 6 PM for the event, had the opportunity to taste 98 quality and boutique Italian wines, four extra virgin olive oils, and seven condiments, including balsamic vinegar from Modena and delightful wine and balsamic vinegar jellies.

Emma Rossi and Monica Buracchi, managing the desk of their family estate, Azienda Agricola Buracchi
Emma Rossi and Monica Buracchi, managing the desk of their family estate, Azienda Agricola Buracchi
Ruio Ruio Ruio

As usual, we created a 'tasting path' following what we consider the natural tasting progression, starting with sparkling wines suggested to be served as aperitifs, followed by white wines, blushes and sparkling Lambruscos, then red wines and closing with rare dessert wines.

Andrea Malagoli and Alessio Bompani, the young cousins representing the family estate at San Francisco's Italian Flavor Forum XII
Andrea Malagoli and Alessio Bompani, the young cousins representing the family estate,
Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio at San Francisco's Italian Flavor Forum XII.

In total, WineCountry.IT, LLC poured five sparkling, 16 white, five blush and Lambrusco wines which may be paired with the whole meal, 63 red and nine dessert wines from 10 different Italian wine regions.

Italian Flavor Forum X
Alessia Mancini and the desk of her family run estate, Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera

In addition to wines, the invited guests enjoyed three extra virgin olive oils from Tuscany and organic extra virgin olive oils from Apulia, plus balsamic condiments, balsamic vinegars from Modena, as well as wine and balsamic vinegar jellies from Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio from Sorbara, in the province of Modena.

Lara Balboni takes care of the Camperchi estate desk at the Italian Flavor Forum XII
Lara Balboni takes care of the Camperchi estate desk at the Italian Flavor Forum XII

Below please find the breakdown by region of the products presented at the shows.

  • 53 products from Tuscany: 4 white, 1 blush, 42 red, 3 dessert wines and 3 extra virgin olive oils;
  • 23 products from Emilia Romagna: 3 aperitif, 1 white, 4 lambrusco, 4 red and 4 dessert wines, 3 traditional balsamic vinegars from Modena, 1 balsamic condiment from Modena, 2 wine jellies, and 1 balsamic vinegar jelly;
  • 7 products from Veneto: 2 sparkling and 5 white wines;
  • 6 products from Piedmont: 1 white and 5 red wines;
  • 5 products from Friuli Venezia Giulia: 3 white and 2 red wines;
  • 4 products from Campania: 1 white and 3 red wines;
  • 4 products from Sardinia: 3 red wines and 1 dessert wine;
  • 4 products from Apulia: 2 red wines, 1 dessert wine, and 1 organic extra virgin olive oil;
  • 3 products from Trentino Alto Adige: 2 white wines and 1 red wines;
  • 1 product from Abruzzo: 1 red wine.

Recognitions and Prize Won by WineCountry.IT, LLC Wines

2010 U.S. Professional Wine Buyer's Competition

Wine Prize
Caliscana Merlot 2005 Gold Medal
Toscana IGT Merigge 2004 (Merlot) Bronze Medal

Louise Gould, Dana Borsacchini, and Jenny Snodgrass pose for photographer, Daniel Rampulla, moments before the show opening
Louise Gould, Dana Borsacchini, and Jenny Snodgrass pose for
photographer, Daniel Rampulla, moments before the show opening

National Women's Wine Competition 2009

Wine Prize
Fior Fiore Ansonica 2005 Silver Medal
Monica di Sardegna DOC 2004 Silver Medal
Cannonau di Sardegna DOC – Jennos 2005 Silver Medal
Dolcetto d'Alba DOC – Sito Romano (Roman Site) Silver Medal
Occidental 2004 (Super Tuscan) Silver Medal
Arneis Langhe DOC 2006 Bronze Medal
Toscana IGT – Occhini 2005 (Super Tuscan) Bronze Medal
Valdichiana DOC 2003 – Poventa Bronze Medal
Cabernet Sauvignon 2005 Bronze Medal
Merlot 2004 Bronze Medal
Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOC Spumante Brut – Ruio Bronze Medal
Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso DOC 2005 Colli Orientali del Friuli Bronze Medal
Tocai Friulano DOC 2005 Colli Orientali del Friuli Bronze Medal
Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio DOC 2005 Bronze Medal
Falanghina Pompeiano Bianco IGT 2005 Bronze Medal

Tor checking out the white wines at his tasting station
Tor checking out the white wines at his tasting station

2009 U.S. Professional Wine Buyer's Competition

Wine Prize
Occidental 2004 Toscana IGT Silver Medal
Valdichiana DOC 2003 – Poventa (Super Tuscan) Silver Medal
Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOC Spumante Brut – Ruio Bronze Medal
Monferrato DOC 2004 – Infinito Bronze Medal
Rosato Italiano IGT Bronze Medal
Chianti DOCG Riserva 2004 – Il Canto del Leccio Bronze Medal
Toscana Rosso IGT 2005 Sangiovese Bronze Medal
Toscana Bianco IGT 2005 – Sereno Bronze Medal
Maremma Toscana IGT – Perbacco Bronze Medal
Monteregio di Massa Marittima DOC 2005 – Aurora Bronze Medal
Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio DOC Bronze Medal

Ron Hagan and Louise Gould check out the wines they will be pouring at their station
Ron Hagan and Louise Gould check out the wines they will be pouring at their stations

The Buyers' Feedback

We asked our guests, who were sommeliers, professional buyers, journalists, and wine collectors, to please judge the products using the following 100-point scale.
  • 95-100 = Excellent
  • 90-94 = Very Good
  • 80-89 = Good
  • 70-79 = Average
  • 50-69 = Not recommended

Elke Reinhardt welcomes guests at her tasting station
Elke Reinhardt gets ready to welcome guests at her tasting station

Despite the fact that the California-wine-trained palate of a very few guests does not allow them to appreciate some of the most unusual Italian wines presented, thus their scores are typically much lower than average –see for instance the minimum and maximum scores of Toscana 2004 IGT Occhini, Ravenna Rosso IGT Burson Blue Label 2006, or Chianti DOCG 2008– the overall scores are fairly high. In fact, 16 products scored over 95 points (Excellent), and nine between 90 and 94 (Very Good). Only 10 products scored between 70 and 79 points (Average), while all the other obtained between 80 and 89 points (Good.)

Nick Monaco at his tasting station
Nick Monaco at his tasting station

The Best of the Show

Kendra Pollock pours wine tasting for the shows guests
Kendra Pollock pours wine for the show's guests

Below please find the best products by cathegory.

Nina Giampaoli pouring wine for the shows guests
Nina Giampaoli pours wine for the show's guests

Should you be interested in purchasing to re-sell, import, or distribute in the US the products featured in this article, please e-mail WineCountry.IT, LLC.

Terry Sullivan at his wine tasting desk
Terry Sullivan at his wine tasting desk

Frizzanti & Spumanti

       
Wine Name Producer Region Highest Score Lowest Score
Average Score
Prosecco Extra Dry Terre Domini s.r.l. Veneto 100 81 90.38
Rosato Italiano IGT Azienda Agricola Mauro Zini Emilia Romagna 100 60 88.11
Ruio– Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOC Spumante Brut 2006 Azienda Agricola Malibran Veneto 100 50
86.80
Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC Rosa Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 92 80 88.34
Spumante Demi Sec Società Agricola Randi Emilia Romagna 92 75
86.75

Terry Sullivan at his wine tasting desk
Part of the red wine lineup at the tasting stations

Dry White Wines

       
Wine Name Producer Region Highest Score Lowest Score
Average Score
Falanghina Pompeiano Bianco IGT 2005 Casa Vinicola Ferraro Campania 90 84 88.00
Langhe DOC Arneis 2006 Azienda Agricola Gagliardi Piero Piedmont 91 78 86.33
Aurora Monteregio di Massa Marittima DOC 2005 Fattoria Coliberto Tuscany 92 80
85.80
Tocai Friulano DOC Colli Orientali del Friuli 2005 Mosolo Gleni Friuli Venezia Giulia 91 80
84.80
Verduzzo DOC Colli Orientali del Friuli 2005 Mosolo Gleni Friuli Venezia Giulia 95 74
84.17
Fior Fiore Ansonica IGT 2005 Caliscana Tuscany 89 78
83.50
Bianco D'Elisa Vermentino IGT 2007 Toscana Azienda Agricola La Carletta Tuscany 92 70 83.33
Pinot Grigio Sole & Luna Terre Domini srl Veneto 100 60
83.00
Soave Classico Vigneti di Costalunga Terre Domini srl Veneto 90 65 82.57
Soave Classico DOC 2004 Azienda Agricola T•E•S•S•A•R•I Veneto 90 70 82.14
Sereno Toscana Bianco IGT 2005 Montalpruno Tuscany 88 75
81.60
Ceneri delle Taibane Gambellara Classico DOC Cristiana Maggiolaro Veneto 90 65
81.33
Trebbiano dell'Emilia IGT Trebula Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 95 76
78.60
Gambellara Classico DOC Cristiana Maggiolaro Veneto 86 70
78.00
Pinot Grigio DOC Colli Orientali del Friuli 2005 Mosolo Gleni Friuli Venezia Giulia 88 73
77.83
Sauvignon Blanc Maso Block – ORGANIC Azienda Agricola Baldessari Marco Trentino Alto Adige 89 60 77.00
Pinot Grigio del Trentino Maso Block – ORGANIC Azienda Agricola Baldessari Marco Trentino Alto Adige 92 50 73.63

Guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII
Guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII

Blush & Lambrusco

       
Wine Name Producer Region Highest Score Lowest Score
Average Score
Lambrusco di Sorbara Spumante Gioia – Extra Dry Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 92 60 84.00
Lambrusco Emilia IGT Azienda Agricola Mauro Zini Emilia Romagna 90 75 83.00
Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOC Pratola Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 92 72
83.00
Sangiovese Rosato Toscana IGT Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Toscana 90 65 82.83
Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC Podere Ca' Bianca Dry Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 90 60
80.13

Guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII
Guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII

Dry Red Wines

       
Wine Name Producer Region Highest Score Lowest Score
Average Score
Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio DOC 2005 Casa Vinicola Ferraro Campania 100 90 96.75
Ravenna Rosso IGT Burson Black Label – Magnum 2004 Società Agricola Randi Emilia Romagna 100 81
94.67
Thesan Riserva 2002 DOC Monteregio di Massa Marittima Fattoria Coliberto Tuscany 94 89 92.20
Toscana IGT 2003 Super Tuscan Montalpruno Tuscany 100 85 92.00
Toscana IGT Moresco 2006 I Mori Tuscany 92 91 91.67
Penisola Sorrentina Rosso V.Q.P.R.D. 2005 Vini Iovine s.n.c. Campania 96 87
91.50
Toscana IGT Sangiovese Montalpruno Tuscany 98 88 91.25
Barbera d’Asti DOC Superiore Vigna del Carlinet 2004 Poderi Rosso Giovanni Piedmont 97 87
90.88
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Riserva Canneta 2004 I Mori Tuscany 92 87
90.00
Monferrato DOC 2004 Infinito Poderi Rosso Giovanni Piedmont 91 87
89.80
Maremma Toscana IGT 2002 Il Tempio Azienda Agricola La Carletta Tuscany 95 72 89.75
Chianti Bernardino DOC 2008 Fattoria La Striscia Tuscany 95 83
89.75
Toscana IGT Merlot 2006 Camperchi Tuscany 100 74
89.38
Maclura Toscana IGTSuper Tuscan 2003 Terre di Nano Tuscany 92 87
89.33
Il Canto del Leccio Chianti Riserva DOCG 2004 Montalpruno Tuscany 92 85 89.33
Chianti DOCG Riserva 2007 I Mori Tuscany 92 83 89.25
Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG 2006 Riserva Azienda Agricola Buracchi Tuscany 93 84 89.20
Occidental 2004 Toscana IGT Caliscana Tuscany 90 88 89.00
Cabernet Sauvignon 2005 Toscana IGT Caliscana Tuscany 93 85 89.00
Ravenna Rosso IGT Burson Black Label 2006 Società Agricola Randi Emilia Romagna 96 70
88.89
Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG 2006 Azienda Agricola Buracchi Tuscany 92 85 88.75
Sant'Antimo DOC 2005 I Mori Tuscany 93 85 88.50
Aglianico Sannio V.Q.P.R.D. 2005 Vini Iovine s.n.c. Campania 89 86
88.25
Valdichiana DOC 2003 Poventa Azienda Agricola Buccelletti Vivai Tuscany 93 81 88.00
Chianti DOCG 2008 Guarniente Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Tuscany 91 84 88.00
Rosso di Montalcino DOC Canneta 2004 I Mori Tuscany 89 87
88.00
Chianti Classico DOCG Drugo Azienda Agricola Santo Stefano Tuscany 95 70
88.00
Rosso di Montepulciano DOC 2008 Azienda Agricola Buracchi Tuscany 95 80 87.43
Merlot 2004 Toscana IGT Caliscana Tuscany 92 83 87.25
Quercialsale Orcia Rosso DOC 2003 Terre di Nano Tuscany 90 84 87.00
Toscana IGT 2004 Merigge Azienda Agricola Buccelletti Vivai Tuscany 93 80
87.00
Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC 2007 Avelisa Azienda Agricola Sarchese Tommaso Abruzzo 91 82
87.00
Chianti DOCG 2007 Sassocupo Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Tuscany 89 85 87.00
Chianti dei Colli Fiorentini DOCG 2007 I Mori Tuscany 89 84
86.50
Colline Novaresi Nebbiolo DOC 2006 Cresus Tenuta Franceta di Giada Codecasa Piedmont 89 84
86.25
Lancellotta della Girolda 2006 Riserva Azienda Agricola Fabio Rota Emilia Romagna 91 82 86.00
Dolcetto d'Alba DOC 2004 Sito Romano Tenimenti Marchisio d'Osasca Piedmont 92 80 85.40
Ghemme 2004 DOCG Tenuta Franceta di Giada Codecasa Piedmont 89 80
85.33
Monteregio di Massa Marittima DOC 2003 Laran Fattoria Coliberto Tuscany 88 80 85.33
Jennos – Cannonau di Sardegna DOC 2004 Cooperativa Vinicola Romangia Sardinia 100 65 85.00
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG Canneta 2004 I Mori Tuscany 93 70
85.00
Maremma IGT 2006 Perbacco Azienda Agricola La Carletta Tuscany 91 70 84.67
Primitivo di Manduria DOC Mandonion CantOlio – Cantina Oleificio Sociale di Manduria Apulia 94 75
84.50
Sangiovese 2004 Toscana IGT Caliscana Tuscany 90 81 84.33
Toscana IGT 2007 Amadio Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Tuscany 89 70 84.25
Monica di Sardegna DOC 2004 Cooperativa Vinicola Romangia Sardinia 91 70 83.83
Cannonau di Sardegna DOC 2004 La Marina Cooperativa Vinicola Romangia Sardinia 92 70
83.80
Montecucco Sangiovese DOC 2006 I Mori Tuscany 89 69
83.00
Toscana 2004 IGT Occhini Fattoria `"La Striscia" Tuscany 95 40
82.82
Chianti DOCG 2008 I Mori Tuscany 90 50
82.67
Merlot 2005 Toscana IGT Caliscana Tuscany 89 70 82.00
Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso DOC Colli Orientali del Friuli 2005 Mosolo Gleni Friuli Venezia Giulia 90 62
81.75
Sangiovese di Toscana IGT 2008 Azienda Agricola Buracchi Tuscany 92 60 81.71
Chianti Classico DOCG Azienda Agricola Santo Stefano Tuscany 89 60
81.50
Toscana IGT Anno 0 2007 Camperchi Tuscany 99 65 90.50
Primitivo di Manduria DOC 2004 Le Baccanti CantOlio – Cantina Oleificio Sociale di Manduria Apulia 90 70
81.00
Cabernet Franc DOC Colli Orientali del Friuli 2005 Mosolo Gleni Friuli Venezia Giulia 89 60
80.13
Chianti dei Colli Senesi DOCG 2006 Terre di Nano Tuscany 88 70
79.83
Toscana IGT 2007 Camprianese Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Tuscany 91 60 79.00
Ravenna Rosso IGT Burson Blue Label 2006 Società Agricola Randi Emilia Romagna 95 40
76.83
Sangiovese 2005 Toscana IGT Caliscana Tuscany 89 50 74.33
Pinot Nedro Maso Block – ORGANIC Azienda Agricola Baldessari Marco Trentino Alto Adige 88 40 70.33

Guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII
Guests at the Italian Flavor Forum XII

Dessert Wines

       
Wine Name Producer Region Highest Score Lowest Score
Average Score
Primitivo di Manduria 2004 DOC Abeterno CantOlio Manduria sca Apulia 98 90
92.80
Red Passito Sinna 2006 Società Agricola Randi Emilia Romagna 98 80
90.75
Moscato di Sorso Sennori DOC Cooperativa Vinicola Romangia Sardinia 95 85
91.40
Vin Santo Azienda Agricola Santo Stefano Tuscany 95 80
90.50
Vin Santo Colli Dell'Etruria Toscana DOC 2004 Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Tuscany 95 80 87.67
Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC Podere Ca' Bianca Amabile Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 95 80
87.50
Vin Santo del Chianti DOC 2004 I Mori Tuscany 100 75
86.80
White Passito 2006 Società Agricola Randi Emilia Romagna 95 80
84.60

Pouring red wines with the Centellino wine aerator at the Italian Flavor Forum XII
Pouring red wines with the Centellino wine aerator at the Italian Flavor Forum XII

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Product Name Producer Region Highest Score Lowest Score
Average Score
Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Dauno DOP Azienda Agricola Masseriola Apulia 100 100
100
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Toscana DOP  Azienda Agricola Santo Stefano Tuscany 100 100
100
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Toscana IGP Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Tuscany 100 95
99
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Italiano Azienda Agricola Buccia Nera Tuscany 100 90
98

Pouring red wines with the Centellino wine aerator at the Italian Flavor Forum XII
Pouring Chianti DOCG Riserva by Azienda Agricola I MORI
with the Centellino wine aerator at the Italian Flavor Forum XII

Condiments

Product Name Producer Region Highest Score Lowest Score
Average Score
Balsamic Condiment from Modena Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 100 94
99.14
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar from Modena Affinato Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 100 90
98.60
Trebbiano Wine Jelly Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 100 95
98.33
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar from Modena Extravecchio Condimenti & Dintorni srl Emilia Romagna 100 95
98.33
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar from Modena Affinato Condimenti & Dintorni srl Emilia Romagna 100 95
98.25
Lambrusco Wine Jelly Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 100 95
98.25
Balsamic Vinegar Jelly Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio Emilia Romagna 100 95
97.50

Vittorio Palladino, head of the commercial office of the Consulate General of San Franciso, and Loris Scagliarini, President of WinerCountry.IT, LLC.
From left: Vittorio Palladino, head of the commercial office of the Consulate General of Itali in San Franciso,
and Loris Scagliarini, President of WineCountry.IT, LLC.

The Drawing

We drew three feedback forms among all those returned to us with the product evaluations by our esteemed guests, and awarded them the following prizes. Please note that the products awarded are samples not for sale, not yet imported to the US, with the exception of the Lambrusco Emilia IGT and Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Dauno DOP.

Martin Kirkwood, Vice President of the North Beach Chamber of Commerce (left) and Loris Scagliarini, President of WinerCountry.IT, LLC
Martin Kirkwood, Vice President of the North Beach Chamber of Commerce (left)
and Loris Scagliarini, President of WineCountry.IT, LLC.
  1. Gaspare Indelicato, of Gaspare's Ristorante & Pizzeria
  2. Ursula Arvand, of the North Beach Chamber of Commerce, the historic Italian neighborhood of San Francisco
  3. Laura Capuzzi, of the Consulate General of Italy in San Francisco
WinerCountry.IT, LLC President, Loris Scagliarini, with Susan Darwin, founder of California Boutique, wine industry business development consultant.
WineCountry.IT, LLC President, Loris Scagliarini, with Susan Darwin, founder of
California Boutique, wine industry business development consultant.

Thanks

Our grateful thanks go to Liam Bonner, chef of Zuppa Restaurant, located at 564 Fourth Street, between Brannan and Bryant streets, San Francisco, California, who catered the event providing a flavorful pasta, and Alberto Malvestio of ALMARE Gelato Italiano, located at 2170 Shattuk Avenue in Berkeley, California, who served our guests freshly made strawberry ice cream with extravirgin olive oil and salt, vanilla ice cream with traditional balsamic vinegar from Modena, and the delightful Moscato wine and raisin sorbet.

WinerCountry.IT, LLC President, Loris Scagliarini, with Susan Darwin, founder of California Boutique, wine industry business development consultant.
The food station: at left is Myriam Johnson, caterer,
at right, in white garments, chef Liam Bonner of Zuppa Trattoria.

Liam Bonner
Chef Liam Bonner of Zuppa Trattoria

Italian Flavor Forum XI: Alberto Malvestio, owner of ALMARE Gelato Italiano
Alberto Malvestio, proprietor of ALMARE Gelato Italiano

Wine Jelly
The wine and balsamic vinegar jellies from Azienda Agricola Garuti Elio
spread on chunks of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese


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