VINITALY 2019

Vinitaly 2019, the most awaited International Wine and Spirits Exhibition of the year. Now in its 53 th edition, the most crowded exhibition in Italy will see Italian and foreign industry professionals as protagonists, who will exhibit the best of their wine production to give life to a square of meetings and comparisons to determine…

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ProWein is 25 years old

ProWein is 25 years old. The 2019 edition of the famous ProWein fair will be on the starting line. More than 7000 exhibitors from all over the world from the 17th to the 19th of March will meet in Düsseldorf to celebrate the first of the most anticipated moments of aggregation of the year. The last…

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2009-2019. Fifty years of Denomination

2009-2019, 50 years of Denomination. This year the Denomination Conegliano Valdobbiadene is 50 years old. It was April 2, 1969 when the Decree was issued which recognized the wine of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene and the relative production territory as Denomination of Controlled Origin. The history of Prosecco Superiore has much older roots and unequivocally indicates…

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Bread, Wine and Revolution

Bread, Wine and Revolution. Sommariva Palazzo Rosso and Molino Bertolo meet with an exceptional mediator, master pastry chef Leonardo Di Carlo on the occasion of the launch of his new and anticipated book “Evolution in Revolution”. The importance of raw materials, processing places and the philosophy of those who produce is what makes our Made…

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Prosecco drives the Italian Export

Successful brand or custom phenomenon, Prosecco, better if Conegliano Valdobbiadene Superiore, consolidates its success and drives Italian exports to record levels. The Vinitaly-Nonisma Wine Monitor Observatory, an important tool for the collection and analysis of the numbers relating to Italian wine, has made known the estimates of our country’s wine exports for the year 2018….

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Martinotti Charmat Method or Cuve Close

The Martinotti Charmat Method, better known as the Autoclave Spumante Method or cuve close, has its origins around 1851 thanks to Rousseau, Konig and Maumené. The name with which the Method is known refers to two famous winemakers: Federico Martinotti, who in 1895 developed the method at the Asti Experimental Wine Station and Eugène Charmat…

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The River Piave returns to murmurs

Piave murmurs It was the night between 4 and 5 November 1966. In the previous days a lot of rain fell causing floods and landslides in a very fragile territory due to its geological conformation. Rivers become swollen and overflow. In Treviso the Piave, a sacred river to the homeland and an important part of…

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In Canada for the Masterclass

We flew to Vancouver for the Masterclass and Walk Around Tasting. The Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore and the Valpolicella wines was been the main players. Great enthusiasm and expectations warmly satisfied by the turnout of the public. The events were organized by the Consortium of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore in collaboration with the Consortium of…

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