The resumption of activity after the long break dictated by the coronavirus emergency, the three 2021 stages in Milan, Genoa and Bologna
Over eighty participating wineries from all over Italy, 66 vines represented,
for an event dedicated to recovery
Go Wine, the National Association that promotes the culture of wine and wine tourism, has concluded in recent days the tour of Autoctono is born ... 2020/2021, after the setback in autumn determined by the restrictions imposed for the emergency coronavirus. With the return of the regions in the white zone, Go Wine resumed the tour with the first stop in Milan on June 14, the second stop on June 16 in Genoa and the conclusion of the tour on July 5 in Bologna.
Autochthonous is born ... is the tasting event conceived over 10 years ago by Go Wine to promote the richness and variety of the Italian viticultural heritage, through a varied selection of vines from different regions of the Bel Paese, which also enhances rare autochthonous wines and to be discovered, often linked to one or very few winegrowers.
An initiative that is part of the many initiatives of the association linked to this theme and which are aimed at promoting the native as a local wine, linked by a relationship of identity-typicality.
A theme that today is connected to the broader theme of biodiversity and which for years has also been a development factor for wine tourism. In fact, the wine traveler is attracted to the native vine because it recalls a specific place and gives the travel experience a strong attraction and interest.
Some numbers of the 2020-2021 tour: over 70 vines were valued in the five events that touched the cities of Rome, Turin, Milan, Genoa and Bologna. In total, 84 wineries participated in a total of some or more events (directly and or indirectly), from all Italian regions.
In the last three stages, it was possible to feel the desire of many winemakers to be present again to tell their wines live, but also the enthusiasm of wine lovers and operators in the sector in returning to taste.
All this made this tour of Autoctono si born ... particularly special: a positive feeling emerged about the vitality of Italian wine, represented by many regional realities. A different edition of the event in some respects (quota entrances, distancing and masks), but certainly positive and in the sign of a progressive resumption of meetings with wines and wineries.
Now Go Wine looks ahead, hoping that the gradual recovery will be consolidated more and more.
The appointment is for the 2021-2022 tour, with 4 stops next autumn and with the debut in Rome on Thursday 23 September.
The association thanks all the wineries for sharing the spirit of this initiative, with a confident look towards the future.
Here is the list (in alphabetical order) of all the wineries participating in the tour of Autoctono is born 2020/2021:
Alessandro di Camporeale - Camporeale (Pa); Ascevi Luwa - San Floriano del Collio (Go); Barbaran Vineyards and wines - Zenzon di Piave (Tv); Bernavi - Tarragona (Spain); Bricco Maiolica - Diano d'Alba (Cn); Colle Ciocco Winery - Montefalco (Pg); Cantina del Barone - Cesinali (Av); Social Winery of Quistello - Quistello (Mn); Cantine dell'Angelo - Tufo (Av); Cantine del Notaio - Rionero in Vulture (Pz); Cascina Carlòt - Coazzolo (At); Bacichetto House - Ponte di Piave (Tv); Cascina Castlèt - Costigliole d'Asti (At); Collis - Monteforte d'Alpone (Vr); Consorzio Club del Buttafuoco Storico - Canneto Pavese (Pv); Marisa Cuomo - Furore (Sa); Contini - Cabras (Or); De Tarczal - Isera (Tn); Dezzani - Cocconato (At); Domus Hortae - Ortanova (Fg); Fausta Mansio - Syracuse; Fiorini - Terre Roveresche (Pu); Giant Adriano - Corno di Rosazzo (Ud); Giovanna Madonia - Bertinoro (Fc); I Pastini - Locorotondo (Ba); The Casavecchia Vineyards - Pontelatone (Ce); The Chancellor - Montemarano (Av); Il Colle - San Pietro di Feletto (Tv); La Montagnetta - Roatto (At); La Source - Saint Pierre (Ao); La Tordera - Vidor (Tv); La Tribuleira - Santo Stefano Belbo (Cn); Lunae Bosoni - Castelnuovo Magra (Sp); Mancinelli Stefano - Morro d'Alba (An); Marengoni - Ponte dell'Olio (Pc); Negro Angelo & Figli - Monteu Roero (Cn); Ornella Bellia - Pramaggiore (Ve); Paltrinieri - Sorbara (Mo); Pat de Colmèl Vini - Castellucco (Tv); Podere Riosto - Pianoro (Bo); S cubla - Premariacco (Ud); Stanig - Prepotto (Ud); Su'entu - Saluri (Su); Iuzzolini Estate - Cirò Marina (Kr); Tenuta Sant'Antonio - Colognola ai Colli (Vr); Terre di Serrapetrona - Serrapetrona (Mc); U Cantin - San Colombano Certenoli (Ge); Vetrère - Taranto (Ta); Vigna Petrussa - Prepotto (Ud); Zaccagnini - Bolognano (Pe); Zeni 1870 - Bardolino (Vr).
The Piccole Vigne del Piemonte Association with the wineries :
Ugo Balocco - San Marzano Oliveto (At); Ca and Curen - Mango (Cn); Cascina delle Rocche di Moncucco - S. Stefano Belbo (Cn); Pietro Cassina - Lessona (Bi); Luca Ferraris - Castagnole Monferrato (At); Marengo Mauro - Novello (Cn); Diego Pressenda - Monforte d'Alba (Cn); Torraccia del Piantavigna - Ghemme (No); Virna Borgogno - Barolo (Cn).
The Vite in Riviera Consortium (Liguria)
In Maccia - Ranzo; Anfossi Luigi Blaise - Albenga; Arnasco - Arnasco; Biovio - Albenga; Bruna - Ranzo; Calleri Cellars - Albenga; Cascina Nirasca - Pieve di Teco; Cascina Praiè - Andora; Coop. Ingauni winemakers - Ortovero; Durin - Ortovero; Enrico Dario - Bastia d'Albenga; Feipu dei Massaretti - Albenga; Foresti - Camporosso; Guglierame - Pornassio; Innocenzo Turco - Quiliano; The Old Cellar - Salea d'Albenga; Lombardi - Terzorio; Podere Grecale - Bussana Sanremo; Poggio dei Gorleri - Diano Marina;
Ramoino - Chiusavecchia; Sartori di Dulbecco - Albenga; Sommariva - Albenga; Tenuta Maffone - Pieve di Teco; Vignega Estate - Cavaion (Vr); Vio Claudio - Vendone.