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MARCO SIMONIT

Marco Simonit at Masters of Wine: old vines, school of vines

“In the territories of the most important wines in the world, the most prestigious brands more and more want to protect and improve the old vines”
MASTERS OF WINE, OLD VINES, SIMONIT & SIRCH, News
Marco Simonit at the Master of Wine Symposium at La Rioja

“We have found in the territories of the most important wines in the world where we are called to intervene that the most prestigious brands more and more want to protect and improve the old vines, so that even the youngest vines will be able to reach the same age, and at the same time maintain their physiologic, anatomic and productive capacity as well as quality potential. That is to say, long-life but healthy plants, capable of resisting disease and decay due to poor management and incorrect pruning, and obviously, climate change. I assure you that this can be done”. These are the words the Grape Preparer Marco Simonit, the only Italian among the prominent international speakers, pronounced in front of 400 Masters of Wine, as he told WineNews, at the International Symposium of the English Institute, recently in La Roja. “laudable examples invite us to reflect on how much there is still to be done to understand what viticulture is best for which terroir. I have confidence in the renewed curiosity, also of the Masters of Wine, towards vineyard jobs, and towards the experimental rather than academic approach in the vineyard. What is in the future? Investing on know-how, people that are competent in their work in the vineyard and do it correctly”.

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