Have you ever taken part in Vinitaly? Do you know how big it is? After ProWein and the wine tour in the North of Italy, it's time to talk about Vinitaly! From 9th to 12th of April, Vinitaly 2017 took place in Verona. I've already shown you Verona in Amarone 2013 Preview. It's a wonderful city! Now I want to tell you something more and show you the video of my experience at Vinitaly. Are you ready? Let's start!
Do you know what ProWein is? Have you ever taken part in it? In March I took part in ProWein 2017. It was my first time at this event and I was left with a very good impression of the fair! Recently I’ve spent a lot of time hanging around wine events, such as Sorgentedelvino LIVE 2017 or Live Wine 2017. What’s more, last week I organized a small wine tour with some friends to discover Barolo and Barbaresco wines (Ba&Ba, an event organized by AIS Piemonte), the North Piedmont (Boca, Ghemme and Gattinara), Valpolicella and Franciacorta regions. I'll upload the video of the tour on my YouTube channel soon. And now, let's go back to the ProWein fair. I want to share more about my impressions, how it was organized, how many wineries took part in it and so on. Are you ready? Let's start!
Lately I’ve been very busy with many wine events as you might’ve seen on my Snapchat or Instagram Stories. I'm just back from ProWein (Düsseldorf), you'll be able to find the post online in the next few days in the blog! Today, I want to tell you something more about Sorgentedelvino LIVE 2017. I took part in it on 13th of March. It was an interesting event about organic, biodynamical and natural wines. I'll publish a post to reveal the difference between organic, biodynamical and natural wines in the "First Steps" section. I invite you to subscribe to my newsletter to stay up to date with the latest articles and to download the Wine Dictionary 2017 for free. Are you ready? Let's start!
Have you ever heard the term "artisanal wine"? Do you know what it means? On 18th and 19th of February an important event about artisanal wines took place in Milan. The name of the event was Live Wine and this year it was in its 3rd edition. I took part in it on Sunday. If you follow me on Instagram Stories or Snapchat, you might've already seen some moments from the event. Now I want to tell you something more about Live Wine 2017, so next time you can take part in it too. Are you ready? Let's start!
What's you favorite Italian wine? Have you ever tasted Amarone wine? There were a lot of wine events in my last week! I've started with Io Bevo Così Milano, then Pizza Gourmet organized by AIS (I've showed you the event on my Snapchat) and the last one was Amarone 2013 Preview. I've already published the video of Amarone 2013 Preview on my YouTube channel. I suggest you to click on “subscribe” to stay always up-to-date on my next videos. Now I want to tell you something about Amarone wine and the event. Are you ready? Let's start!
Do you like natural wines? Do you know something about those wines? The first event of the New Year in which I took part has been Io Bevo Così Milano. It's the preview of Io Bevo Così, an interesting event about natural wines in Italy. If you don't know how these wines are produced I'll publish a post in the next weeks. You'll find the post in "First Steps" section. Don't worry, I'll inform you when the post will be ready! Now I tell you something about the event. Are you ready? Let's start!
Do you know who an independent winegrower is? After Merano WineFestival, now it's time to tell you something about Mercato dei vini FIVI that personally I really loved. Are you ready? Let's start!
Have you ever visited Merano in Italy? Do you know that there is an important wine festival from 25 years? In October and November took place a lot of events as Bottiglie Aperte, the official launch of Vitae 2017 and the last but not the least Merano WineFestival. I have never been before in Merano! Now I'm going to tell you about the festival. Are you ready? Let's start!
Have you ever bought a wine guide? Which are the best guides? The 29th October 2016 it has been presented the new wine guide of AIS: Vitae 2017. AIS (Associazione Italiana Sommelier) is a sommelier association founded by Jean Valenti in Milan, 7th July 1965. I took part in the official launch of the wine guide, as you saw on my Snapchat, and now I want to show you this new edition. Are you ready? Let's start!