Allegrini 2018

Vinitaly: Italian wine is the star of the show

The 52nd edition of Vinitaly at VeronaFiere in Verona, April 15th to 18th
Vinitaly: Italian wine is the star of the show

The 52nd edition of Vinitaly at VeronaFiere in Verona, April 15th to 18th (at WineNews special observatory in the Marche region, https://goo.gl/17XfHN) will be large and small cellars, icon and every day wines, verticals of old vintages, and “other minor”, but surprising-over-time ones (like, not surprisingly, difficult 2017), exceptional bottles and personalities, trendy and fun topics and novelties that will win over even more wine lovers. Pleasure and conviviality is the secret of its success the reason why Italian wine is loved so much, making it the absolute star of the international event. Its story will be told through numerous tastings, starting April15th with Gambero Rosso’s “I Tre Bicchieri 2018”, as well as “A taste of Sicily” with Kerin O’Keefe, the Italian editor of “Wine Enthusiast” and “The magic of old vines” with Ian D’Agata, director of Vinitaly International Academy and Le Donne del Vino. On April 16th, the biggest names in Bordeaux and Tuscany together with “An invisible link between Pessac-Léognan and Bolgheri”. Bubbles and rosé meet at Millebollerosé with the journalist Franco Ziliani (the next day, “Drinkpink.Viaggio in the world of rose wines”). “Old, but gold” celebrates 50 years of Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio DOC with D’Agata of the Istituto Marche di Tutela Vini and the wineries that made it great. On April 17th, Veronafiere and Wine Research Team present “Wines from around world, overseen by Riccardo Cotarella”, one of the greatest Italian winemakers. On April 18th, the focus is on “Five terroirs of Barolo and Barbaresco”, five historic Ceru crus with Federico Ceretto and D’Agata. And then, the Independent Winegrowers present “Vinitaly 2008-2018: 10 years of FIVI narrated by its founders” with Giancarlo Gariglio, co-curator of the Slow Wine Guide, and the president, Matilde Poggi, including the wines of the first winemakers that believed in the association. There will be a myriad of wines, and not only, from around the world: Pisco of Peru, Champagne, the best Hungarian Tokaj, the history of Australian wine, Malbec World Day (April 17th), South African wines with Afriwines, Vinos de Espana and the gems of Burgundy.

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