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Wine Spectator’s “The New York Wine Experience”: over 50 italian wineries Selected

Wine is the star in the “Big Apple” and Italy will be the leader in seminars, too: Biondi Santi, Tenuta San Guido and Casanova di Neri

In the US, one bottle out of three foreign wines comes from Italy, and since Italy is able to offer wines at an excellent quality-price ratio for each segment, due to its variety of vines and territories, it is in the hearts of both the more sophisticated enthusiasts and consumers who have a simpler approach to wine. It is a fact reflected on the American market and also on the consideration major wine publications have for Italian producers. And, it is no coincidence that 50 Italian wineries have been selected for Wine Spectator’s “New York Wine Experience”, from October 18th to 20th at the Marriot Marquis Hotel, in the heart of Manhattan. It is one of the most prestigious events dedicated to wine in the United States which, to date, is still the world's number one wine market. Italian wine, as WineNews already mentioned, will be the star of some special seminars, such as the one dedicated to the vertical of Tenuta Greppo di Biondi Santi wines, the winery where Brunello di Montalcino was created in the 19th century, and Tancredi Biondi Santi will present the great vintages of Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Greppo Riserva, like 1983, 1990, 1997 and 2004. There will also be “Wine Stars”, by Priscilla Incisa della Rocchetta, who heads the famous Tenuta San Guido, cradle of Sassicaia (together with her father Nicolò Incisa della Rocchetta), who will present Sassicaia 2006, while the tasting dedicated to the best 10 wines of 2017, according to the US magazine, there will of course also be Brunello di Montalcino 2012 of Casanova di Neri, at number 4 on Wine Spectator’s famous “Top 100”, presented by the wine producer Giacomo Neri. While walking around tasting, alongside world-famous wine giants like Château Lafite Rothschild or Château Margaux, Cheval Blanc or Torres, Penfolds or Concha y Toro, just to name a few, there will be over 50 of the most important and prestigious Italian wineries. Names like Allegrini, Altesino, Castello di Ama, Antinori, Castello Banfi, Fattoria dei Barbi, Marquises of Barolo, Bastianich, Biondi Santi, Boscarelli, Brancaia, Ca’ Marcanda (Gaja), Carpineto, Casanova di Neri, Castellare di Castellina, Pio Cesare, Ciacci Piccolomini of Aragon, Aldo Conterno, Romano Dal Forno, Damilano, Livio Felluga, Fèlsina, Ferrari Trento, Fontodi, Frescobaldi, Fuligni, Gaja, Bruno Giacosa, Jermann, Masciarelli, Masi, Masseto, Mastroberardino, Castello di Monsanto, Nals Margreid, Nino Negri (Italian Wine Group), Ornellaia, Siro Pacenti, Pieropan, Planeta, Il Poggione, Producers of Barbaresco, Renato Ratti, San Felice, Tenuta San Guido, Paolo Scavino, Cantina Terlano, Terre Nere, Valdicava, Castello di Volpaia and Zenato. It will be a tour of Italy from Piedmont to Sicily, touching territories, vines and denominations that are very different from each other- the real wealth of Italian wine.

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