"CANTINE D’ITALIA 2015": the new wine guide by Go Wine has been issued


"CANTINE D’ITALIA 2015": the new wine guide by Go Wine has been issued

"CANTINE D’ITALIA 2015": the new wine guide by Go Wine has been issued

The Go wine guide "For those who believe that wine is worth a trip" has been presented in Milan: it is "Cantine d’Italia 2015", an entirely curated by Go Wine volume



Why "Cantine d’Italia 2015"?


The spirit of the work is to push enthusiasts to travel to know the charm of the territory of Italian wine through the story of many of its major interpreters.

"Cantine d’Italia 2015" tells places and stories of men and women of the wine world, tells the winery as a site to visit and as a factor that contributes to the promotion of wine tourism. This wine guide aims to create a culture in favor of wine and its territories. "Wine tourism in Italy is growing – the president of Go Wine, Massimo Corrado, highlighted – since the Guide was created we have been recording a continuous growth in the number of wineries that invest in favor of reception, both through parallel activities such as holiday farms, b&b, and through initiatives that make the winery an open place for meetings, cultural events, exhibitions related to taste".



The numbers of "Cantine d’Italia 2015"

670 selected wineries and each winery is presented through a star rating (on a range of 5), divided into the three aspects that are deemed relevant by the Guide: location, reception and wines.

236 "Impronte d’eccellenza" for the wine tourism

more than 3,500 reported wines,

1,500 useful addresses for eating and sleeping.



18 are the Wineries that reach the top of the "Tre Impronte Go Wine":

Badia a Coltibuono (Tuscany), Bellavista (Lombardy), Ca’ del Bosco (Lombardy), Capezzana (Tuscany), Castello di Modanella (Tuscany), Castello di Verduno (Piedmont), Bisol (Veneto), Emo Capodilista – La Montecchia (Veneto), Ferrari (Trentino), Florio (Sicily), Fontanafredda (Piedmont), Lungarotti (Umbria), Malvirà (Piedmont), Masciarelli (Abruzzo), Mastroberardino (Campania), Planeta (Sicily), Tenuta Vicchiomaggio (Tuscany), Villa Sparina (Piedmont).



6 "Special Awards", that refer to Resort and business Tables of excellence, "historical" and "native" wines, Eno–Architectures



"Alto Confort" Award for the business Relais of the year to

Villa Cordevigo Wine Resort–Vigneti Villabella (Cavaion Veronese, Veneto);

"Cantine Golose" Award for the business Table of the year to

Ristorante Massimo Camia – Cantine Damilano (Barolo, Piedmont)

"Cantine Meravigliose" Award for the Eno–Architecture of the year to

Tenuta di Castelbuono of Tenute Lunelli (Bevagna, Umbria);

"Autoctono si nasce" Award to

Valle d’Aosta Donnas – Caves Cooperatives de Donnas (Donnas, Valle d’Aosta);

"Buono?non lo conoscevo!" Award to

Vernaccia di Oristano Antico Gregori – Contini Attilio (Cabras, Sardinia);

"Vini Storici d’Italia" Award: Cirò Rosso Classico – Librandi (Cirò Marina, Calabria).
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