The Consorzio Vini di Romagna will be one of the protagonists present at the 54th edition of Vinitaly in Verona (from 10 to 13 April), the most important international event dedicated to the world of oenology, which returns to the scene after two years of stoppage caused by the pandemic . Inside Pavilion 1, curated by Enoteca Regionale Emilia Romagna, the Consortium will bring 22 member companies. Furthermore, it will organize numerous events and initiatives for a good story about Romagna wines.
Among these, strengthened by the growth of interest and numbers relating to the Romagna Sangiovese DOC sub-zone, we point out the masterclass on the 10 years of the sub-zones led by Gabriele Gorelli, Master of Wine, the first and only Italian to have achieved the coveted recognition (Tuesday 12 ). To this will be added two other insights on dry Romagna Albana DOCG (Sunday 10) and Romagna Sangiovese Superiore DOC (Wednesday 13) by the South Tyrolean sommelier Andrè Senoner, winner of the Albana Master in 2020. From Master to Master, in via del all exceptional at Vinitaly, on Monday 11th the prestigious Master del Sangiovese will be held, the national competition for AIS sommeliers, in which 20 candidates from different regions of Italy will participate.
A collective tasting counter of DOP and IGP wines will also be set up - with Novebolle sparkling wines - to provide the public and especially professional visitors with a broad overview of Romagna wines, from Rimini to Imola, obviously passing through the provinces of Forlì. Cesena and Ravenna.
“We are pleased to return to a fundamental phase of work such as trade fairs, the Vinitaly that is starting up again is good news for the world of wine. Today more than ever we must support our companies with the promotion of the territory. We have many surprises in the pipeline, a good story of our historical denominations, presented by leading figures": thus the president of the Consortium, Ruenza Santandrea.
The companies present at Vinitaly with the Consorzio Vini di Romagna are: Branchini and Assirelli Cantina da Vittorio, both from Dozza; La Sabbiona and Spinetta, both from Faenza; Uccellina Estate in Russi; Villa Papiano of Modigliana; Poggio della Dogana of Terra del Sole; The Hill of the Treasure of Forlì; Nicolucci Farm in Predappio; Piccolo Brunelli di Galeata; Bissoni, Celli, Fattoria Paradiso, Giovanna Madonia, Tenuta La Viola, Tenuta Villa Trentola, all of Bertinoro; Galassi Maria of Paderno di Cesena; Cantina Sociale of Cesena, Domini Glicine, Zavalloni, all of Cesena; Cantina Braschi and Tenuta Casali, both in Mercato Saraceno.