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FARECANTINE - Brand of Alberto Padovan

FARECANTINE - Brand of Alberto Padovan

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Farecantine was born in Friuli in 2014 from a common vision of architecture, particularly that of wine, by five professionals with authoritative...

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At Opera Wine 2021 Zaccagnini brings wine, the art of man

At Opera Wine 2021 Zaccagnini brings wine, the art of man

The well-known Abruzzo company is among the 200 Italian Great Wine Producers selected by the prestigious American magazine Wine Spectator and will be present at OperaWine with its historic vision "The Wine, Art of Man" through which wine expresses itself in all its values , cultural and productive pursuing the principle that where there is vineyard there is civilization.

Zaccagnini , the well-known company from Abruzzo, is among the 200 Great Wine Producers selected by the prestigious American magazine Wine Spectator , who will be present at Opera Wine 2021 the exclusive event organized by Vinitaly / Veronafiere - which this June 19 celebrates its 10th anniversary in Verona and celebrates the live restart of the relations of the international wine community. - which offers specialized operators from all over the world the opportunity to get to know the 100 best Italian wines. Each year, the judges subject the selected Italian wines to a careful visual and taste-olfactory examination and assign each one a score based on various criteria. The excellence of Italian producers emerges from this scrutiny: wineries from all over the peninsula which, despite the difference in territory, production style and company size, are united by the very high quality of the wines produced. To host the great tasting also for reasons of distancing, are the Mercatali Galleries, the fascinating structure of industrial archeology in front of the recently restored Verona fair. The Zaccagnini wine selected by Wine Spectator among 100 Italian wine excellences is Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Tralcetto 2018 , a label that has become iconic in many international markets starting from the United States . That vine trestle on the neck of the bottles , made by the women of Bolognano, the small town on the hills of Pescara where Marcello Zaccagnini's dream started, was immediately the ambassador of Abruzzo wines in the world, synonymous with quality, territory, bond, respect and pride towards the land and its origins. Cantina Zaccagnini, founded in 1978 by Marcello Zaccagnini in Bolognano, a small Abruzzo village at the foot of the Majella, brings to Opera Wine not "only" the enological excellence made in Abruzzo but the spirit that has distinguished it since its genesis enclosed in the expression " Wine, the Art of Man " . In fact, it is the synthesis of the Vision, Mission, values and culture of the company and the entrepreneur. In fact, as early as 1984, the great German artist Joseph Beuys presented the "Defense of Nature" project right in the cellar of the Zaccagnini Winery. There are numerous writings and dedications that Beuys left in the cellar. Visiting the Zaccagnini Winery therefore means immersing yourself in that extraordinary combination of wine and culture. Marcello Zaccagnini , in fact, was the first Italian wine producer to understand the very strong relationship between wine and contemporary art. Today the cellar is exhibited as a permanent exhibition where art and wine coexist in perfect harmony, starting from the entrance gate that introduces the space recalling the label of Pietro Cascella. Wine and Art that meet constantly in the Cellar but also in the vineyards. Vineyards that represent a work of art also from the landscape point of view, touching the slopes of the majestic Maiella. Vines cultivated with absolute rigor in terms of environmental sustainability. Zaccagnini is active in this sense and constantly engaged in eco-sustainable practices, also leading the way in experimental projects in collaboration with research institutes : over the years pesticide treatments have been reduced by more than 50% and the health of the grapes improved thanks to the use of special technology that allows the continuous monitoring of climatic conditions and develops forecasting models for the development of plant diseases.

Cerealto 2018 the resistant white born at 700 meters above sea level

Cerealto 2018 the resistant white born at 700 meters above sea level

A still wine made by bronner and johanniter, resistant vines raised in high ground. It is produced by Terre di Cerealto, a pioneer company in Veneto for the cultivation of PIWI.

Italian enography

"Filari in Bolle" 2015: the best sparkling wines of Friuli Venezia Giulia have been awarded

"Filari in Bolle" 2015: the best sparkling wines of Friuli Venezia Giulia have been awarded

"Filari in Bolle" 2015: the four winners of the first regional selection of Friuli Venezia Giulia Sparkling Wines have been announced First Edition for "Filari in Bolle", the first wine competition open only to sparkling wines where the grapes must be grown in Friuli Venezia Giulia and the company or business unit must be located in the same Region. The arranged categories were: Charmat Method Prosecco Doc, Charmat Method Sparkling Wine single–variety, Cuv

Native Vines

THE 23rd EDITION OF THE SOUTH TYROL DAYS OF PINOT NERO BEGINS

THE 23rd EDITION OF THE SOUTH TYROL DAYS OF PINOT NERO BEGINS

Everything is ready for the event that celebrates the best 2018 Pinot Noirs in Italy, one of the very first wine events in attendance to be held from 12 to 14 June 2021, in the splendid setting of the wine-growing villages of Egna and Montagna in South Tyrol.

For the 23rd time, from 12 to 14 June the wine towns of Egna and Montagna in South Tyrol set the stage for the event that crowns the best Pinot Noirs in Italy. " Seeing one of the first events dedicated to wine in Italy taking place after the months that have just passed makes the Pinot Noir Days 2021 an event even more felt and participated in " - says Ines Giovanett , President of the Pinot Nero Alto Adige Association. " We are enthusiastic and proud to see producers and winemakers from all over Italy who with their work pay homage every day to this highly prized vine on this stage. " The program, which this year will include tastings and masterclasses in full compliance with the anti Covid legislation as well as the first edition of the "Pinot Nero Master", a competition organized by the Italian Sommelier Association AIS, will open on Saturday 12 June with the awarding of the TOP10. of the Pinot Nero National Competition, the results of which have been announced today. A ranking of the highest quality that rewards the South Tyrolean and Aostan production but at the same time reaffirms how much the Pinot Noir Days have over time become the celebratory moment par excellence of this prestigious grape variety. " Pinot noir from Aosta, Alto Adige and Trentino made it to the final. In terms of points, the finalist wines - in particular the TOP10 - are very close to each other, demonstrating that the competition is characterized by a level of extremely high quality ", says Ines Giovanett summarizing the verdict of the jury made up of 35 winemakers from all over Italy who tasted and evaluated all the wines blindly and in different sequences. 95 wine producers involved in the Competition from 10 regions (Trentino-Alto Adige, Valle d'Aosta, Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Umbria and Abruzzo) who presented their 2018 vintage of Pinot Noir, a number never reached before. " We are very pleased that a record number of winemakers have entered the competition, synonymous for us with the great desire for comparison that animates the Pinot Noir producers in our country ", says Ines Giovanett.

Consorzio Etna Doc excellent expectations from the 2020 harvest

Consorzio Etna Doc excellent expectations from the 2020 harvest

The varied collection on the four sides of Etna, among the last in Italy to end, has just come to an end. More than positive first results: healthy, ripe and balanced grapes. "High quality with peaks of excellence".

Vines

TORREVILLA OVER A CENTURY OF HISTORY TO TASTE WITH 50 SHADES OF PINOT NOIR

TORREVILLA OVER A CENTURY OF HISTORY TO TASTE WITH 50 SHADES OF PINOT NOIR

The Association of Winemakers joins the “50 shades of Pinot Noir” event: an entire weekend, fifty tastings and as many labels, to discover the main wine of Oltrep

A whole weekend during which enthusiasts and simple curious people can immerse themselves in the world of Pinot Noir, of which Oltrepò Pavese is the first producer in Italy and third in the world. Saturday 17, from 15 to 20, and Sunday 18, from 10 to 19, from the central Piazza del Duomo passing through the historic center up to the Via Emilia, the tasting itinerary will take place with fifty tasting points : a unique opportunity to discover and taste, even in combination with the best traditional gastronomic products, all the nuances of Pinot Noir wines, the result of different vinifications (eight!), but also of different experiences.   And that of Torrevilla is undoubtedly one of the longest-lived experiences : main interlocutor of the Oltrepò excellences, Torrevilla continues in the path, undertaken in 1907 and kept intact with dedication, made up of quality, research, passion and respect for traditions and the territory.   For the occasion, the association of winemakers will offer the nuances of three of its Pinot Noirs from the La Genisia line for tasting : - Riserva 110 Pinot Nero Nature Docg : Classic Method sparkling wine straw yellow color with golden reflections, fine and persistent perlage, it stands out for its very intense aroma with pleasant citrus notes and hints of dried fruit and small pastries, and for its intense taste, fresh and very soft with a persistent finish. - Riserva 110 Pinot Nero Noir Dop : still red with a typical ruby color with violet reflections, an intense aroma with elegant notes of small red fruits that blend with pleasant hints of spices, and a pleasantly fresh, soft and enveloping taste in its sweet tannins, with persistent and clean finish. - Cruasé Rosé Docg : Classic Method sparkling wine with a fine and persistent perlage, it is characterized by an intense and delicate, very penetrating aroma and a fruity, soft and harmonious taste that reveals a pleasant body. 50 Shades of Pinot Noir: Info & Costs. Two points will be set up in Piazza Duomo and in Sala Zonca (via Emilia at the corner of via Ugo Gola) where it will be possible to collect your glass, which will be distributed together with the pocket and map of the tasting points. With 15 euros you will be entitled to 10 wine tastings, which will also be combined in some commercial activities with various tastings of traditional gastronomic products. For those wishing to purchase the kit in advance, they can do so through the Enonautilus portal at the link https://enonautilus.com/experiences/50-sfumature-di-pinot-noir

6th CONCOURS MONDIAL DU SAUVIGNON: the awarded Italian wines

6th CONCOURS MONDIAL DU SAUVIGNON: the awarded Italian wines

Many are the Italian sauvignon awarded with a gold medal

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THE NEW ASSICA CAMPAIGN

THE NEW ASSICA CAMPAIGN "TRUST YOUR TASTE, CHOOSE EUROPEAN QUALITY" BEGINS

Director Calderone: "The fundamental objective is to rally the pig sector in order to establish renewed confidence in the sector by consumers in Italy and Belgium, countries involved in the campaign"

Trust Your Taste, CHOOSE EUROPEAN QUALITY " is the title of the three-year campaign, previewed today to the press at the Association's Annual Assembly, which takes place in the afternoon in live streaming from the MADE Competence Center I4.0 in Milan. program, which will end in 2024, has Italy and Belgium as target countries and benefits from the co-financing of the European Commission under Regulation (EU) 1144/2014 (Information and promotion actions concerning agricultural products in the internal market). The press conference is also an opportunity to anticipate the economic data of the sector. In 2020, the turnover of the sector was 8,237 million euros, with a decrease of 3.3% compared to 2019 (8,522 million euros). The production of cured meats recorded a decline, reaching 1.093 million tons from 1.176 in 2019 (-7.1%). The value of production also fell, showing a more contained decline, falling to 7,927 million euros (-3.6%) from 8,225 million in 2019. As far as exports are concerned, according to Assica's elaborations on ISTAT data, in 2020 shipments abroad of Italian cured meats concerned 170,137 tons for a turnover of 1,626.7 million euros, recording a decrease in volume (-7, 2%), but growth in value (2.5%). The internal consumption structure still saw cooked ham in first place, with a share of 27.2% of the total of cured meats, followed by raw ham at 21.8%, mortadella / wurstel down to 19%, from salami at 8.1% and from bresaola at 2.5%. The other cured meats close at 21.3%. "The result of exports reflects the dynamics generated by the pandemic and the succession of the so-called" waves "of contagion. In terms of volumes, the closure of the Ho. Re.Ca. and the adoption of restrictive measures aimed at containing the spread of the virus in many key markets for our exports, the main effect was that of inducing a decline, in some quarters even severe, in the demand for cured meats. On the turnover, the increased demand for products with higher added value, especially trays, and the increase in costs caused by the exceptional health situation have given a not insignificant boost to the prices of the final product " said Davide Calderone , Director of ASSICA. "As regards the Trust your Taste project, we believe that it is always necessary to communicate more and better what we do and to be more and more open and transparent with respect to the high European production standards. We are seeing a growth in consumer sensitivity, both Italian and Belgian, with respect to the issues of nutritional values, sustainability, food safety and animal welfare, new purchasing drivers , meat and more, increasingly important and relevant. The modern consumer is much more interested in the context that surrounds him and at the origin of what he eats compared to the past. This project offers us an extraordinary opportunity for the evolution of the sector in an increasingly virtuous sector , which knows how to deal with critical issues and transform them into opportunities. This is why we imagine a different supply chain, no longer established from linked rings where each of them is responsible only for its own part, but formed by a ret and of entrepreneurs and interconnected operators, thanks to technological innovation, who can and must know how to look at the whole, all contributing to the success of the finished product. A real inclusive network, where everyone does their part but does not lose sight of the "whole", to build value and redistribute it in an equitable way, thus increasing the competitiveness of the sector. Many actions are foreseen in the "Trust Your Taste, CHOOSE EUROPEAN QUALITY" project. To tell them in detail Monica Malavasi, Communications Manager of ASSICA. "The project will act in a specific way to inform about the production methods of European products, such as safety, nutritional aspects, animal welfare and sustainability which are currently the most debated and controversial aspects by EU citizens. campaign are both all Italian cured meats, true excellence of our country, and pork. The recipient is the final consumer , who will be reached through the various channels through which information is obtained (web and social media, TV and traditional media, but also direct information at the point of sale) to make him aware of existing scientific data and research as well as of the progress made by the entire supply chain to encourage conscious consumption. In Italy, moreover, a more massive and profound involvement of the supply chain has also been planned. In fact, ASSICA with this project intends to assume a role of specific information also towards a l some professional categories so that a deeper knowledge of the products and their origins, of their history and their unique characteristics, spreads to a greater extent even in the sales channels to the public. A Digital Academy is planned for operators in the sector with video lessons, training seminars and workshops to encourage continuous improvement in the sector and meetings to stimulate dialogue and discussion until reaching a new, more innovative and sustainable supply chain model ". The nutritional values of cured meats are always important and have shown a general improvement for some time, especially in the reduction of salt and fats, as well as in the important presence of fundamental vitamins. These results have been possible thanks to the improvement upstream of the supply chain, where pig feeding and rearing techniques are crucial. "In recent decades, the composition of the pig's diet has undergone notable changes, which have led to an important 'nutritional evolution' of the products, respecting historically rooted traditions, with particularly flattering improvement results - explains Evelina Flachi , Nutritionist and Science Specialist - The nutritional improvement of the raw material is relevant above all with respect to the fat content, reduced by as much as 30% , while the continuous progress of the food processing industry for cured meats has led to a significant decrease in salt. nitrates in some cured meats has been greatly reduced, almost to be eliminated, while nitrites are practically absent today ". With 75 years of experience ASSICA plays a central and increasingly strategic role in the Italian cured meats sector, which it represents nationally. With the Trust Your Taste campaign, CHOOSE EUROPEAN QUALITY, ASSICA consolidates this role also at the community level as an authoritative source of information and enhancement of the sector. Belgium, in particular, is a small country but which plays a central role at European level by hosting, in its capital, the main EU institutions, as well as being a dynamic and competitive market. For Italian cured meats, Belgium is currently the third country of destination with 7,489 tons of products exported for 96.2 million euros in value. The cured meats that the Belgians most liked in 2020 were mortadella and frankfurters. In the first two months of 2021, very positive signs for our exports arrived from this market. In fact, the Belgian demand for Italian cured meats recorded 12.1% in quantity and 8.8% in value. A good performance was again recorded by mortadella and wurstel, to which salami, cured raw hams, pancetta and bresaole were added. ASSICA, the Industrial Association of Meat and Cured Meats, is the national trade organization which, within the Confindustria, represents pig slaughtering and processing companies. Within the framework of its institutional purposes, ASSICA's activity covers various areas, including the definition of a sectoral economic policy, information and assistance service to about 180 associates in the economic / commercial, health, regulatory and legal fields. and trade union. Competence, collaborative attitude and professional reliability are guaranteed by specialized collaborators and supported by participation in various association organizations, both at national and community level. In fact, since its establishment in 1946, ASSICA has always stood out for its strong associative spirit as evidenced by its quality as a member of Confindustria, to which it has wanted to join since its birth, of Federalimentare, the Italian Federation of Food Industries, of which he is a founding member of Clitravi, the European Federation that brings together the national associations of the meat processing industries, which he helped to found in 1957.

CHAIN STRATEGY AND ABILITY TO READ THE TIMES: PICCINI 1882 CLOSES 2020 ON THE GROWTH AND REVENUES RISE TO 68 MILLION EUROS (7% y / y)

CHAIN STRATEGY AND ABILITY TO READ THE TIMES: PICCINI 1882 CLOSES 2020 ON THE GROWTH AND REVENUES RISE TO 68 MILLION EUROS (7% y / y)

A new and more efficient organization, a multi-year investment plan of over 20 million, the boost to e-commerce (300% y / y): the Group led by Mario Piccini looks to the future with optimism.

“Live wine, the DAD with the drink”. The online masterclasses of Società Excellence

“Live wine, the DAD with the drink”. The online masterclasses of Società Excellence

The indisputable character of Chablis Chardonnay and the fascinating elegance of Bordeaux white wines. The two topics will be the protagonists of the first two stages of the new cycle of online meetings Vino dal Vivo, the DAD with the drink, organized by Società Excellence, which brings together 18 of the main national importers and distributors of wines and spirits.

Traceability

High jump of the bottles Consorzio Barbera d'Asti

High jump of the bottles Consorzio Barbera d'Asti

Monferrato del vino recovers: it is the best figure of the last four years.

The total bottled of the 13 denominations protected by the Barbera d'Asti and Vini del Monferrato Consortium recorded an increase of 5% (May 31, 2021), the highest number in the last four years . A signal that exorcizes any structural crisis and underlines the solidity of an organized area that has withstood the impact of the global health crisis. Docg is doing well, with Barbera d'Asti at 1.4% , Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato at 5.7% , Nizza at 32.5% and Terre Alfieri in great recovery with 38.2% . Not even Piedmont Doc stopped its growth, with 8.1% , and the complementary total reduction of stocks stands out, with a decrease of - 44,981 hl . " The significant increase in bottled wine confirms the solidity of our companies, which even in a period of restrictions have shown excellent resistance - declares Filippo Mobrici , President of the Barbera d'Asti and Vini del Monferrato Consortium - This highlights the healthiness of the our sector and our companies, underlining how much, in conditions of relative normality, our wines are projected to express themselves more and more. We also record with satisfaction the stability of the wholesale prices of bulk wine, an element that concerns the value and from which we cannot ignore, also to remunerate the vineyard with dignity ». Two facts, on the other hand, allow us to open a reflection that intertwines the question of consumption. It is the rosé wine, which in the Piedmont Doc Rosato version records 171.2% and in the Monferrato Doc Chiaretto version 39.4%. Signals that serve as a thermometer to measure the liking of a typology that meets the favor of consumers, starting with its characteristics of freshness and pleasantness that are perfectly combined with summer. « That of rosé wines is a widespread trend to which even our territory proves to be able to respond successfully - comments Mobrici - We are talking about a type that grows in appreciation, perfect for summer consumption. Monferrato is also this, a transversal proposal that manages to intercept the tastes of consumers and offer a varied proposal ». With over 66 million bottles and more than 11 thousand hectares of vines, equal to about 30% of the DOC and DOCG area of Piedmont, the Consortium protects 13 denominations, 4 Docg (Barbera d'Asti, Nizza, Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato and Terre Alfieri) and 9 Doc (Albugnano, Cortese dell'Alto Monferrato, Dolcetto d'Asti, Freisa d'Asti, Grignolino d'Asti, Loazzolo, Malvasia di Castelnuovo Don Bosco, Monferrato and Piedmont).

Spumante Etna DOC a double-digit growth

Spumante Etna DOC a double-digit growth

With a production of more than 160,000 bottles in 2020, more than 30% more than the previous year, the sparkling wines produced on the slopes of Etna are increasingly in demand and appreciated.

VENETO WINE EXPORT WELL IN 2019 2.35 BILLION / EURO 5% BUT NOW EYE COVID-19

VENETO WINE EXPORT WELL IN 2019 2.35 BILLION / EURO 5% BUT NOW EYE COVID-19

The growth of Veneto wine exports continued in 2019, but now concerns come from the consequences of the pandemic. Exploit of sparkling wines, Prosecco in the lead (10.5%). Average sales prices decreased (-9.4%). All the data in the new Veneto Agriculture report.

Innovations in Wine

3D Relief Label-Label for wine and spirits bottles

3D Relief Label-Label for wine and spirits bottles

Image is everything: Wine Idea launches "Label Relief 3D" on the market, an innovative product in the label sector that inherits the know-how acquired from years of research in the automotive and sports apparel sectors.

The development phases of the new type of labels with the " Label Relief 3D " brand were carried out on the basis of a last generation high density elastomer used in sports equipment there for high performance: the label born from this experience has allowed a technological leap with the innovat materials there, whose impact relief and particularity in detail, the abbinat the various types of finishes, enable creation of new cutting-edge technological products of absolute functionality and combined with an image original and unique. The main feature of this new process for labels concerns its absolute adaptability to any surface where the elastomer base is formed and is also transferred to shaped areas ensuring the maximum guarantee of adhesion. Thanks to the research and experience accumulated, today it is possible to make known the advantages that this revolutionary technology is able to give: the tests carried out on different shapes and types of materials such as glass, aluminum, wood and more, have confirmed that even in extreme conditions 1 are impeccable, including water and ice resistance (-20 °) and the passing of hydrolysis tests at 40 ° for 72 hours in a humid environment. The techniques and methods of processing are two: a stamp with environmentally friendly colors and embossing in 2D and 3D. The finishes can be performed with laminated, woven, transparent, glossy, opaque, metallized, lacquered, luminescent, glitter, pearly, fluorescent, reflective effects and much more. In addition, the materials used to make these products are certified both REACH (EU) and CPS IA (USA) All materials are therefore non-toxic and antiallergic. Thanks to all this, Label Relief 3D is able to guarantee an immediate service to companies / customers, ensuring optimal quality standards.

WINE GET TO KNOW AT HOME ONAV LANCIA VINODENTRO

WINE GET TO KNOW AT HOME ONAV LANCIA VINODENTRO

ONAV launches #VINODENTRO, the first wine knowledge course entirely online.

MAMABLIP ONLINE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE DISPOSAL OF MADE IN ITALY FOOD AND WINE CULTURE

MAMABLIP ONLINE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE DISPOSAL OF MADE IN ITALY FOOD AND WINE CULTURE

From the experience of the well-known Sommelier and Wine Educator Filippo Bartolotta, of the tour operator Le Baccanti and of the MaMa Florence cooking school, MAMABLIP is born: a multipotential platform to spread the wisdom and joie de vivre of Italian conviviality all over the world.

Prosecco

Consorzio Asolo Prosecco supports Treviso catering.

Consorzio Asolo Prosecco supports Treviso catering.

An initiative to start again together: the Asolo bubbles present twelve restaurants through a communication campaign in local newspapers and on the Consortium's social profiles.

A project that stems from the Consortium's desire to support and give new impetus to entrepreneurs and workers in the sector, heavily penalized by long months of closures and restrictions. It is a communication campaign in which twelve Treviso restaurateurs , with their stories and recipes, are portrayed in their own restaurant, with a glass of Asolo Prosecco and an emblematic dish for the local cuisine. Elegant images, which express the refined character of Asolo bubbles combined with the tasty creations of the chefs, a high-quality yet accessible combination: a democratic luxury with a clear territorial imprint. Shot after shot, they will be presented on the pages of the main newspapers in the province of Treviso and in the social profiles of the Consortium: Stefano De Lorenzi of the Trattoria Due Mori in Asolo, Giovanni Merlo of the Ristorante La Paterna in Giavera del Montello, Ermanegildo Baggio of the Locanda Baggio in Asolo , Claudio Gazzola of the Osteria alla Chiesa in Monfumo, Marco Pincin of Casa Brusada in Crocetta del Montello, Sara Parolin of Liberal in Selva del Montello, Alessandro Breda del Gellius in Oderzo, Waldemarro Leonetti of the Marcandole restaurant in Salgareda, Manuel Gobbo and Beatrice Simonetti of Le Beccherie in Treviso, Nicola Dinato di Feva in Castelfranco Veneto, Tommaso Pardo of Antica Torre in Treviso and Rocco Santon and Nicola Cavallin del Noïr in Ponzano. The campaign will start on Saturday 15th May and end on Wednesday 26th May. The selection of the restaurants was curated by the food critic Marco Colognese, while the portraits were made by the photographers Filippo Guerra and Roberta Cozza. “We want to give a message of closeness and mutual support - explains Ugo Zamperoni , President of the Asolo Prosecco Consortium - inviting the rediscovery and enhancement of the food and wine excellences of our territory, also rewarding local tourism. After so many months in your own homes it is important to start frequenting the local realities again, which operate safely and in compliance with health regulations. The welcome is part of the spirit of our members, sharing it with the restaurateurs is a way to start again together. We team up to promote these discovery experiences, which enter our life baggage and which we must not give up ".

PROSECCO SUPERSTAR BUT IT'S NOT NEW ...

PROSECCO SUPERSTAR BUT IT'S NOT NEW ...

All the final data of the 2020 harvest in Veneto will be presented online on Wednesday 23 December on the occasion of the "historic" meeting of the Vitivinicolo Triptych, an event of Veneto Agriculture, the Region and Avepa. Focus on exports, international wine markets and sales in large-scale distribution and online.

Asolo Prosecco and Prosecco DOC together with Wine2Wine

Asolo Prosecco and Prosecco DOC together with Wine2Wine

“More than sparkling wines: a journey through Prosecco DOC and Asolo Prosecco DOCG”: the masterclass dedicated to English operators which aims to narrate the different expressions of the two Denominations.