Yesterday’s post on how to determine whether wine has gone bad, prompted me to create a new category to which future posts by Petaluma’s Internationale Instituto De Vino Wino may be found.
A few details on the Instituto…
- The Internationale Instituto De Vino Wino is located in the Casa Madrone de Vin Ordinaire.
- The Instituto has a Tasting Room–La Centre de l’Experience du Vin de Petaluma.
The Instituto’s Champagne is only a bubble off!
Our vino has much “gout de terroir.”
Our grapes have no wrath.
The Instituto will issue an “irregular” newsletter each Monday…or Tuesday…from time to time…if we feel like it.
Until next time…
Petaluma’s Internationale Instituto De Vino Wino
Chief Wino & Solo Vine Manager (We have only one vine)–Frank
First Secretary-Vinnie Parducci
Second Secretary- Guido Marcucci
Third Secretary-Gustav Von Da Vee
Treasurer-Minnie Da Moocher
Counsel–Horace Rumpole of Chateau Fleet Street Claret
Vat & Barrel Managers-Jay Gaulo
Restaurant Manager-Al Fresco
Food Director–Sushi Tira-Misu
Director, Financial Planning-Two Fingers (as in “a-one-a,” “a-two-a”) Sabastiani
Director of Protocol & Arbiter of Taste–Marthe Stuarda
Tour Director-Expresso Camino Freeway
Movie & Video Critic-Francois Fjord
Bouncer–Sumo Cum Laude “Big Fish” Sashimi
Chats du Vin Extraordinaire—Hannah Sue & Gracie Mae (The Claret Kitties)
Tristan E. Isolde-Director of Cheap & Trashy Personal Counseling
Enchy Latta—Director of Catering
Jerry Attrick–Senior Citizen Wine Consultant