This morning, we were gushing over photos from San Francisco's Golden Glass wine tasting — especially the incredible Italian dishes like Flour + Water's white pizza with pancetta. In case you aren't familiar with the term, white pizza (pizza bianca in Italian) refers to pizza that contains no sauce, just a slathering of cheese with other toppings. While I can think of a few people who hate it, I say there's a time and a place for it next to the original. What say you?
On Saturday I headed down to Fort Mason for San Francisco's seventh annual Golden Glass wine and food tasting. Hosted by Slow Food, the event promotes classical wine varietals and their indigenous regions. Some of the city's top restaurants, like A16 and Flour + Water, were on hand supporting the cause, serving up bites that paired with the delicious wines. One of my favorite wineries on hand was Mendocino's Terra Sávia. The passionate winemaker told me about the sustainable organic practices of the winery while I sipped this icy cold sparkling wine.
To take a look at what else I enjoyed, browse the gallery after the break.