Tommasi x MooRER at La Vendemmia di MonteNapoleone 2022

La Vendemmia di MonteNapoleone 2022

October 6th from 7.30 pm

MooRER boutique, Via Monte Napoleone 21 Milano

The luxury brand MooRER meets Tommasi Family Estates wines during the event that best combines the world of high fashion and that of the most prestigious wineries.

Two apparently distant worlds, which actually share an intense stylistic research and a “tailoring” method to best meet the tastes and needs of customers through essential refinement, careful attention to detail and the continuous search for quality.

The Tommasi Family Estates wines you’ll find at the MooRER boutique are:

– Caseo 470 Pinot Nero Metodo Classico 2017
A fresh and lively sparkling wine with a dense and fine bubble. The lively and intense bouquet, the pleasant acidity and minerality make it the ideal and elegant combination for any occasion.

– Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2017 Limited Edition
The tradition and elegance of our Amarone meet a bold and contemporary look.

– De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG Riserva 2010
Time and nature meet giving life to this great Amarone Riserva, the result of an adventure in which elegance, charm and balance are the protagonists.

Tommasi celebrates the 120th anniversary of its foundation

A long-standing family tradition, 780 hectares under vine in 7 Regions of Italy and wines that represent the outstanding quality that the nation produces; hospitality and wine tourism that puts people first; an eye always looking towards the future.
Tommasi is celebrating its anniversary with an exclusive collaboration with Seletti, one of the leading companies in Italian design.

120 years of history: the milestone reached by Tommasi Family Estates is an important one, which represents the success in producing outstanding wines of a family business that no longer belongs just to the Veneto , but to Italy as a whole. The company does indeed have its origins in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica zone in the hills of the Veneto, but over the years it has made substantial investments in all of the country’s finest terroirs. Since 1902, Tommasi Family Estates has signified commitment, investments and dedication, always with an eye towards the future. This has included projects for extending or renovating the company’s facilities; the estate in the Etna area that is ready to be launched next year; and the spirit to innovate and try out new collaborations and means of expression in order to win new segments of the market.

As Pierangelo Tommasi says: «We are thrilled to be part of the generation celebrating this 120th anniversary. If we look back, we can see so much hard work, passion and sacrifice on the part of those who came before us: it is an honor and a responsibility for us today to be part of all this. We are committed to not stopping here and to maintaining the dynamism that has been one of our characteristics over the years. We want the Tommasi family to be increasingly synonymous with excellence. We have invested in regions that are real icons in the world of Italian wine production: long-term projects that bear witness to our determination to construct a future for the coming generations. This is the pragmatic and far-sighted “farmers’” approach that has always been – and always will be – part of our DNA: investing in quality, winemaking culture and research, so that we can grow in a healthy and resilient way».

«If we close our eyes and imagine the wine that has made its mark on our history, we cannot but think of Amarone» explains Giancarlo Tommasi, technical director for Tommasi Family Estates. «Everything we are today is the result of the dream of my great-grandfather, a farmer with a clear vision, and of his wagering on the terroir of Valpolicella Classica. Amarone has made our region one of the most famous in the world. For this reason, it was our duty to pay tribute to this particular wine which, thanks to the trust the markets have always placed in us, has allowed us to grow, make investments, and be recognized today as one of the leading players on the Italian wine scene.»

To honor this 120th anniversary, the Tommasi family is launching an exclusive collaboration with Seletti, the leading company in Italian design: a partnership, therefore, that has to do with wine and design, two different stylistic expressions of Italian craftsmanship, which are however based on common values: family, style and quality.

The result of this collaboration is the bottle for collectors of Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico D.O.C.G., with its label made entirely of porcelain and its distinctive packaging.
In this limited edition, the icon of a region’s tradition and excellence comes together with the bold and eccentric spirit of design to celebrate 120 years of love for wine and providing hospitality in the finest areas of Italy.


A family and a group that are working for the present and future of Italian wine: Tommasi represents the history of the Valpolicella area, and more besides. With seven wine-producing estates in six Regions of Italy – Tommasi in the Veneto, Tenuta di Caseo in Lombardy, Casisano at Montalcino and Poggio al Tufo in the Tuscan Maremma, Masseria Surani in Puglia, Paternoster in Basilicata and a project in Umbria that will be ready in 2023, (as well as a partnership with La Massa in Chianti Classico) – the group’s objective is to create great wines, always highlighting the value of the individual terroir. The picture is completed by the De Buris cultural and winemaking project, linked to the terroir of Valpolicella Classica, the restoration of Villa De Buris, and the production of an Amarone Classico D.O.C. Riserva.

Four generations of pioneers, explorers, precursors and especially visionaries, attentive to the vital importance of quality in every phase of production, with respect for traditional techniques but also open to experimentation: with the unique experience and know-how they have acquired and cultivated over time, the Tommasi family aims to express the very best of each region, combining this with their dedication to sustainability and hospitality.

Their attention to offering a warm welcome is expressed at Villa Quaranta Wine Hotel & SPA in Valpolicella, the Mazzanti Hotel and Caffè Dante Bistrot in Verona, and the Poggio al Tufo Agriturismo at Pitigliano, in the Tuscan Maremma.

For Tommasi Family Estates Ho.Re.Ca. and Retail have the same incidence and each represents about 50% of the company business. Italy covers 15% of the entire turnover; Tommasi is now present in 70 markets on 5 continents, North America and Europe represent the majority with Asia and Oceania growing.


SELETTI, figurative design & Pop Art

Seletti is the Italian figurative design brand based in Cicognara (Mantova), established in 1964 by Romano Seletti. Always oriented toward the creation of objects that are capable of surprising for their originality, the Seletti world, under the artistic direction of Stefano Seletti, is the result of consolidated collaborations, that confirm the company’s ability to create iconic products and to intercept the most original and avant-garde forms of creativity.

Val Polis Cellae 2022

Domenica 9 Ottobre 2022

10.00 - 17.00

Ritorna Val Polis Cellae, l’evento che celebra il territorio della Valpolicella e i suoi vini.

Sarà una Domenica d’autunno alla scoperta di cantine e vigneti che custodiscono con cura i segreti per la produzione degli eccellenti vini locali.

Info e prenotazioni

La cantina Tommasi vi aspetta per una visita e per degustare i vini in mescita.

A pranzo il food truck La Val “truck-toria” proporrà una selezione di fritti, hamburger, veggie burger e un piatto del giorno.


Ad ogni tour della cantina possono partecipare al massimo 30 persone. L’ultimo tour partirà alle 16.30.
Durante la giornata sarà possibile acquistare le bottiglie in loco.
In caso di pioggia l’evento si svolgerà all’interno della Tommasi Welcome Area.

Info parcheggi

Tommasi protagonist of Netflix - Love in the Villa

Netflix film Love in the Villa is finally available from the 1st of September.

Filming took place in Verona a year ago and Tommasi worked together with the production.
Our wines and our wine cellar have in fact been chosen as protagonists of the film.

The film tells the story between Julie and Charlie in the city of Love … and Wine!
Julie’s dream trip to Verona turns star-crossed when she discovers her rented villa is already occupied by an annoyingly attractive stranger. She is here after a breakup to find any consolation during her stay, whereas he is in town for Vinitaly, the wine fair.

Among squabbles, languid glances and a happy ending, the image of a charming Verona turns out and you can discover how much the city is linked  with the myth of Romeo and Juliet and how deep and important is the bond with wine and territory.

Tommasi becomes one of the protagonists through the images of its own Tommasi Amarone Classico, Casisano Brunello di Montalcino and De Buris Amarone Riserva bottles, and of the stunning ageing cellar, which is the suggestive background of one of the main scenes.

The images of Verona and Tommasi are on the screens of millions of people, the platform subscribers are in fact about 180 million.

“I’m sure the rest of the world will fall in love with Verona watching the film, just as much as I am now”, had commented the actress Kat Graham, star of the successful TV serie The Vampire Diares.
The romantic plot has Tom Hopper as the protagonist ( also a well-known face of The Umbrella Academy, Game of Thrones and Merlin).

Third protagonist: Verona, the ancient city and its most beautiful views with Tommasi wines and winery, which will now really go around the world in a click.  Mark Steven Johnson (Jack Frost, Daredevil ) is the director and screenplay writer.

The collaboration with Neftlix, the production and the cast was truly a unique experience. A team of professionals who created a bit of healthy turmoil in the cellar for a few days. Therefore, they amazed us with their contagious enthusiasm and curiosity to know all the details of our wine production, in particular Amarone della Valpolicella Classico docg, the oenological pearl of our territory and family.

Pierangelo Tommasi



James Suckling rewards Tommasi iconic red wines

Amarone, Ripasso, Rafaèl and Amarone Riserva are the essence of Valpolicella Classica and Tommasi.
We are very proud to share the scores by James Suckling, that these four great red wines have deserved.

Have you ever tried them on a cool late summer day?

94 Points –Tommasi Ca’ Florian Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva DOCG 2013
A spicy, peppery accent jumps out first, followed by dried dark cherries, blackberries, raisins, dark olives and cedar wood. Really smooth and composed, with a medium to full body that’s coated with melting, chocolatey tannins. Still tight. Classic Amarone. Unfiltered. Drink or hold.

94 Points –Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2018
Savory berries and dried blackberries on the nose, together with oranges, dark chocolate and dry earth. Full-bodied and fine-grained palate, with a tight structure and fantastic balance, which indicates good aging potential. Long and savory, yet reserved. A textbook Amarone with freshness, savoriness and concentration. Drinkable now, but better to give it some time. Try in 2024 or later.

93 Points – Tommasi Valpolicella Ripasso Classico Superiore DOC 2019
Notes of ripe berries, walnuts, light spices, dried orange rind and dark chocolate. Medium-bodied with firm tannins and lively, crunchy fruit character. Ripe and concentrated, yet clean and fresh at the same time. Lingering finish. Drink or hold.

92 Points – Tommasi Valpolicella Classico Superiore Rafaèl DOC 2020
Hint of coffee candy to the baked cherries, dried strawberries and chili chocolate. Quite juicy and round, with a positive sweet-sour character to the berry and plummy fruit. Medium to full body with firm but fine tannins and a medium-long finish. Very drinkable but will hold, too.

Tommasi: wine hospitality is online

The Tommasi family's welcome is now complete throughout Italy. Experiences in the cellars, the farmhouse, the hotels, and the restaurant can be easily booked online at Tommasi Wine Hospitality. Tommasi hospitality becomes accessible to everyone with a click.

Digitalization is a tool available to the world of wine and wine tourism as an opportunity for openness and growth. The Tommasi family has decided to embrace the trend. From any device, future guests can organize and book visits and tastings online at the historic estates in Valpolicella, Montalcino in Tuscany, and Barile in Basilicata. The Casisano and Paternoster wineries are new additions to the Tommasi Family Estate wine visits and tastings.

All this is possible thanks to the new Tommasi Wine Hospitality portal. The platform includes all of the Tommasi family’s hospitality venues: Villa Quaranta Tommasi Wine Hotel & Spa with the Borgo Antico restaurant and the Valpolicella thermal baths, the Mazzanti Hotel and the Caffè Dante Bistrot in the center of Verona; the Poggio al Tufo farmhouse in Pitigliano, in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma.

“Hospitality has always been part of the DNA and history of the Tommasi family. Seeing visitors again in the cellars and at our accommodation facilities is a great satisfaction – explains Pierangelo Tommasi – A return and a rediscovery for Italian tourists (about 60%) and foreign tourists (40%), who mostly arrive from Europe. First are Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium, Scandinavia, and the United Kingdom. These are countries where consumers have known Tommasi wines for some time and who, finally, can return to visit the territories where the product comes to life. The new online portal stems from the desire to bring the public closer by creating easier access to all the different initiatives we organize at our estates.”

«We are delighted to witness a return to the same enthusiasm and the same numbers as 2019. If the current visitor trend continues, our forecast should allow us to close 2022 with significant growth. – continues Michela Tommasi – We are confident that this ferment will continue until the end of the year, thanks in part to the new portal that will allow us to offer better service and accurately monitor the flows and stays in our facilities.”

Each online proposal is designed to discover wine in all its facets, especially for wine enthusiasts or those new to the world of wine. The offerings range from tastings, cooking classes, and e-bike tours through Valpolicella vineyards at the Tommasi winery. “Spa & Wine” treatments are available, a real immersion into the grape as an ingredient for the well-being of body and mind, just like it happens at Terme della Valpolicella, the Thermal spa facility at ​​Villa Quaranta.

“Villa Quaranta was the first Hospitality project, among the first in Italy for the trait union that it was able to create between hospitality and wine – explains Barbara Tommasi – it was the end of the 1980s when it was pioneering to talk about hospitality linked to wine. This business model has been a market benchmark that we are now extending to the other estates in Italy that we are proud to represent.”

Tommasi Family Estates speaks more and more of Italy.

Through the website, experiences at Casisano, the Tuscan estate in Montalcino, which recently opened to the public, and at Paternoster, in Vulture, the land of Aglianico, can also be booked.

The creation of the Tommasi Wine Hospitality portal was the natural result of the Tommasi family’s ongoing commitment to wine tourism, the perfect starting point to accompany wine lovers, customers, and those simply curious on a real journey into the world of Italian wine. To become increasingly responsive and digital was a challenge Tommasi took head-on to offer a service as tailored as possible for each customer.

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A family and a group that work for the present and the future of Italian wine. Tommasi represents the history of Valpolicella and beyond. With eight wine estates in seven regions – Tommasi in Veneto, Tenuta di Caseo in Lombardy, Casisano in Montalcino and Poggio al Tufo in Maremma Tuscany, Masseria Surani in Puglia, Paternoster in Basilicata, a project in Umbria ready in 2023, the acquisition of an estate on Etna in Sicily in 2022 and a partnership in Chianti Classico with La Massa – the group aims to create great wines, enhancing every single territory.

The picture is completed by the cultural and wine-growing project De Buris, linked to the Valpolicella Classica area, the recovery of Villa De Buris and the Amarone Classico DOC Riserva.

Four generations of pioneers, explorers, precursors and above all visionaries, attentive to the value of quality in every production phase, respectful of traditional procedures but open to experimentation. With the unique experience and knowledge cultivated and preserved over time, the Tommasi family intends to enhance each territory, binding itself to a path of sustainability and hospitality.

The care for hospitality is expressed through the structures of Villa Quaranta Wine Hotel & SPA in Valpolicella, Albergo Mazzanti and Caffè Dante Bistrot in Verona and Agriturismo Poggio al Tufo in Pitigliano, Maremma Tuscany.

Paternoster presenta Bariliott

Il nuovo Aglianico del Vulture DOC creato per riscoprire il territorio vulcanico della Basilicata.

Un’interpretazione gioviale, giovane e fresca dell’Aglianico, pensata per raccontare a tutto tondo il territorio vitivinicolo del Vulture.

Barile, 23 giugno 2022 – Bariliott è un vino che parla del Vulture e di un territorio specifico. Già nell’etichetta dichiara la propria provenienza: “Bariliott”, ovvero “di Barile”. Barile è infatti il paese che ha dato i natali alla famiglia Paternoster, fondatrice dell’omonima cantina in Basilicata, divenuta icona del Vulture, il vulcano spento che domina la regione.
La famiglia Tommasi, subentrata nel 2016 con la maggioranza, ha voluto creare insieme all’enologo Fabio Mecca Paternoster un vino capace di inserirsi perfettamente nel progetto di sviluppo dell’azienda, in perfetta continuità con il lavoro in vigna e cantina, senza disperdere le fondamentali radici e tradizioni, che contraddistinguono la chiara identità e cifra stilistica di Paternoster, che si ritrovano nei vini: dal Bariliott la versione giovane e fresca dell’Aglianico, passando dall’eleganza del Sythesi, un aglianico che vuol essere appunto una summa delle caratteristiche dello stile Paternoster, fino al Don Anselmo, punta di diamante, prodotto d’eccellenza, che ha segnato la storia non solo della cantina, ma di un’intera regione vitivinicola.

Bariliott, 12.000 bottiglie per l’annata 2021, è un Aglianico del Vulture rosso rubino brillante, dai riflessi vivaci. Al naso si ritrovano intensi sentori di frutti rossi come ciliegia e prugna, mentre al palato presenta tannini in evidenza e una buona freschezza e sapidità, che lo rendono particolarmente piacevole e succoso con sentori di arancia sanguinella.
«Abbiamo utilizzato esclusivamente uve 100% Aglianico del Vulture di assoluta qualità, con un lavoro partito direttamente dalla vigna e proseguito in cantina facendo esprimere il vitigno al massimo e rendendolo malleabile. Un lavoro portato avanti seguendo la filosofia Paternoster – afferma Fabio Mecca, enologo di Paternoster e nipote di Anselmo PaternosterPer il Bariliott abbiamo scelto vigneti di età media compresi tra i sei e gli otto anni, allevati a guyot secondo il metodo biologico. In cantina è stata successivamente eseguita una vinificazione classica in rosso con fermentazione e macerazione per 12/15 gg in acciaio con follature manuali giornaliere e costante controllo della temperatura. Si è poi proseguito con una fermentazione malolattica in acciaio, affinamento 50% della massa in tino di Rovere di Slavonia per 12 mesi e un affinamento finale di 6 mesi in bottiglia. Il tutto per ottenere un risultato finale ottimale: un’interpretazione fresca dell’Aglianico ma perfettamente rappresentativa del Vulture e dei suoi vini».

La regione vitivinicola del Vulture è caratterizzata da un suolo di tufo poroso generato da un’eruzione di oltre 130 milioni di anni che ha tratto i confini dell’ora esistente DOC Aglianico, sovrastata dal Monte Vulture, autentico simbolo di questo territorio a nord della Basilicata.

«Abbiamo voluto raccogliere la storia, le tradizioni di più di 90 vendemmie che si intrecciano con la realtà di Paternoster e fonderle insieme in una versione fresca e giovane di Aglianico. – spiega Piergiorgio Tommasi, Tommasi Family EstatesQuesta regione della Basilicata ha un enorme potenziale in costante crescita, tale grazie alla famiglia Paternoster che da ormai più di tre generazioni ha investito nel Vulture. Noi Tommasi siamo fieri di questa collaborazione e di questa unione di intenti, che trova il suo culmine nel trasmettere al mondo la forza di questo terroir tanto sfidante quanto speciale, il Vulture, appunto, caratterizzato da un suolo vulcanico capace di dare vita a vini intensi, dall’identità precisa, a cui abbiamo voluto dare un’interpretazione moderna e gioviale: il nostro nuovo Bariliott».

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Paternoster in numeri:

Posizione: 620 m s.l.m.
Superficie totale: 20 ettari, di cui 18 ettari Aglianico e 2 ettari Falanghina.
Sistema e densità d’impianto: guyot.
Resa media: 70 quintali per ettaro.
Numero bottiglie: 120.000.
Quota mercati Italia / Estero: 60/40.

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Una famiglia e un gruppo che lavorano per il presente e il futuro del vino italiano. Tommasi rappresenta la storia della Valpolicella e non solo. Con sei tenute vitivinicole in cinque regioni – Tommasi in Veneto, Caseo in Lombardia, Casisano a Montalcino e Poggio al Tufo in MaremmaToscana, Surani in Puglia e Paternoster in Basilicata – oltre a una partenership nel Chianti Classico con La Massa – il gruppo ha l’obiettivo di creare grandi vini, valorizzando il terroir. Completa il quadro il progetto culturale e vitivinicolo De Buris, legato al territorio della Valpolicella Classica, al recupero di Villa De Buris e all’Amarone Classico docg Riserva.

Quattro generazioni di pionieri, esploratori, precursori e soprattutto visionari, attenti al valore della qualità in ogni fase produttiva, rispettosi dei procedimenti tradizionali ma aperti alla sperimentazione.
Con l’esperienza e il sapere unici coltivati e custoditi nel tempo, la Famiglia Tommasi intende valorizzare ogni territorio, legandosi a un percorso di sostenibilità e di ospitalità.

La cura per l’accoglienza si esprime attraverso le strutture di Villa Quaranta in Valpolicella, Albergo Mazzanti e Caffè Dante Bistrot a Verona e Agriturismo Poggio al Tufo a Pitigliano, Maremma Toscana.

Torna VinoVip Cortina!

Domenica 10 e Lunedì 11 luglio 2022

Cortina d’Ampezzo

Tommasi Family Estates parteciperà a VinoVip Cortina, summit biennale dedicato al vino italiano di qualità, ideato e organizzato dalla rivista Civiltà del bere.


  • GRAND TASTING – walk around

Caseo – 470, Metodo Classico Brut Pinot nero 2017

Ca’Florian – Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva Docg 2013

De Buris – Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva Docg 2010


Il walk-around tasting delle Cantine protagoniste di VinoVip è per la prima volta allestito al Golf Club di Cortina d’Ampezzo.
Lunedì 11 luglio dalle ore 15:30 alle 19:00 le aziende vinicole offriranno al pubblico di ospiti e appassionati tre vini ciascuna: in catalogo oltre 150 etichette simbolo, grandi classici e novità. L’ingresso alla degustazione è consentito fino alle ore 18:00.
Ingresso € 30, gratuito per gli abbonati digitali e cartacei di Civiltà del bere.

Acquista il Grand Tasting

Per maggiori informazioni sull’evento e sul programma, clicca qui.

Il food truck di 616n Drink & Food arriva in cantina Tommasi!

Venerdì 8 Luglio 2022, dalle 18.30 alle 22.00.

Aperitivo in dehor e visita della cantina Tommasi.

La cantina Tommasi e 616n Drink & Food vi aspettano per una serata unica e divertente a base di vino e street food gourmet.

Vini in mescita:
Tommasi: Le Fornaci Lugana DOC e Rafael Valpolicella Classico Superiore DOC
Surani: Fiano Puglia Igt e Primitivo di Manduria DOC

La chef Chiara Bertaiola, da ristoranti stellati a Street Food Gourmet, proporrà un’entrée di benvenuto – inclusa nel prezzo – e un variegato menù alla carta.

Entrée: Gyoza giapponesi con farcia di maiale, lemongrass , spinacino con salsa teriyaki

Menù alla carta:

  • Insalata di polpo alla mediterranea.
  • Barchette di patate con crema di formaggio e tartufo.
  • Pomodorini datterino con burrata.
  • Straccetti di pollo con verdure.
  • Patè di fegatini di pollo con crostini.
  • Gamberi Argentina in saor alla veneziana.
  • Polpette al barbecue con patate viola.

Si prega di specificare eventuali intolleranze o richieste vegetariane/vegane in fase di prenotazione.

Musica live durante la serata con i vinili di Radio Winko.


Adulti: 18€ a persona. Include un calice a scelta tra i vini in mescita, il piatto entrée e la visita della cantina.
Bambini: 15€. Include bibita e spiedini di polpette di manzo.

Chi lo desidera, potrà proseguire la serata cenando con le proposte menù del food truck.

Calice di vino extra a 5€. Bottiglie acquistabili in loco durante la serata.


È richiesta la prenotazione entro giovedì 7 luglio.
I posti disponibili sono limitati.


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Meet Casisano at Red 2022 Montalcino

On Saturday 11th June the Brunello di Montalcino Wine Consortium will present the first edition of Red Montalcino, an unprecedented event dedicated to Rosso di Montalcino DOC in which Casisano will also participate.

A territory that speaks and reinvents itself through a wine with a modern and immediate charm, accompanied by a good structure and the fragrance of the fruit, typical of Sangiovese.


Event program:

Saturday June 11th 2022 – 11.30am
Red Montalcino Presentation and Round Table
Teatro degli Astrusi | Costa del Municipio, 10
Lara Gilmore – President Food for Soul
Antonello Maietta – President AIS
Violante Gardini Cinelli Colombini – Casato Prime Donne
Tommaso Squarcia – Castello Tricerchi
Moderatore: Luciano Ferraro – Vice-editor ad personam Corriere della Sera

Chiostro del Museo | Via Ricasoli, 31 – 16.30 – 19.30
€25.00 per person

Book the tasting

The event also includes a series of events reserved for the press, guests and industry professionals:

Masterclass – 10.00 – 11.00 am
“10 Years of Rosso di Montalcino, from 2020 to 2010”

With Luca Gardini, Wine Critic for Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere della Sera, Forbes and recently nominated “Best Italian Wine Critic in the World”.

Masterclass – 15.00 – 16.00
“The selections of Rosso di Montalcino as a viaticum for the enhancement of territorial identiy”

With Francesco Saverio Russo Wine Blogger and Enoic Divulgator.