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Italy, leader of “volcanic wines”

They were the central issue at the first “International Volcanic Wine Conference”
Volcanic Wine International

Standing out in an increasingly crowded wine market is definitely a priority. Therefore, “Volcanic Wines International” proposes bringing together all the most important volcanic wine areas in the world, under the guidance of the Canadian Master Sommelier John Szabo, one of the world’s leading experts , as well as author of the book “Volcanic wines: salt, grit and power”. They were the central issue at the first “International Volcanic Wine Conference”, “which was held yesterday in New York, and in addition to telling traders and fans about the volcanic wines in the world (from Greece to Hungary, the US, Portugal and Chile) , they also started working on a “Volcanic Wine Brand”, in order to define these wines as a “category”. Italy, of course, is a pioneer and the main player of this movement with its many territories, which were in New York: Soave (wineries such as like Prà and Suavia, among others), Etna (Benanti, Tascante of Tasca d’Almerita and Torre Mora of the Piccini Group), the Euganean Hills (Maeli, Ca’ Lustra, Quota 101), Campi Flegrei (Mastroberardino and Galardi), Vulture (Bisceglia and Regio Cantina), Pitigliano, Vesuvio, and Monti Lessini, to name just a few (https://goo.gl/VLHRhc).

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