Paternoster Synthesi Smart Buy Wine Spectator

"Everyone enjoys getting a good buy, and in these times of economic, value is an ever more important consideration.
At Wine Spectator we are always excited to recommend wines that deliver hihg quality at an affordable price."
M. Shanken, Wine Spectator

Wheteher you are looking for a bottle to stash for a special occasion or a wine for everyday enjoiyment, Paternoster Synthesi Aglianico del Vulture doc 2017 is your wine!
The American magazine Wine Specator has published in the January 2021 issue the list of the Best Buys of the year and we are proud to say that our Paternoster Synthesi is inlcuded.

This wine offers the finest "synthesis" of the grape variety, the terroir, the structure and the longevity of Aglianico del Vulture wine and of Paternoster.
If you don’t know the cellar-worthy Aglianico del Vulture, Synthesi is the place to start.
A vibrant ruby red in color, it displays an ethereal, fragrantly fruity bouquet of blackberries, blueberries, wild berries and pepper.
On the palate it is dry and velvety, with well-integrated tannins; it reveals great balance and a persistent aftertaste.

Here you can download the press review and the awards.

 


5 reasons to be proud of 2020

2020 has been a year we'll never forget.
Not only because it was particularly trying for all of us, but because it genuinely brought noteworthy results.

  1. A shower of awards rewarded the ongoing work of Giancarlo with his team of oenologists, Emiliano Falsini and Fabio Mecca-Paternoster.
    Ca 'Florian Amarone della Valpolicella Classico docg Riserva 2012 received Tre Bicchieri recognition in the Gambero Rosso 2021 guide, the Corona in the ViniBuoni d'Italia 2021 guide, the 5 Grappoli in the Bibenda 2021 Guide, the 3 Stelle in the Veronelli 2021 guide and excellent scores by international critics, of which 94 points awarded by James Suckling and Falstaff stand out.
    Tre Bicchieri from Gambero Rosso and 5 Grappoli from Bibenda also for Casisano Brunello di Montalcino 2015 doc, which received excellent 90+ marks internationally from renowned publications like James Suckling, Vinous, Decanter, Falstaff e Meininger's, and in particular 94 points from Wine Spectator.
    Top honors arrived for Paternoster, which confirms its status as an icon and benchmark for Aglianico del Vulture: Ddon Anselmo Aglianico del Vulture doc 2015 and Rotondo Aglianico del Vulture doc 2017 dominate every ranking.
  2. 2020 was also an important milestone year for our Lugana Le Fornaci project. We've strongly believed in Lugana, both as wine and place, and are heavily invested in our dream to expand and develop one of our most important projects to date. Tenuta Le Fornaci consists of three main vineyards located in different areas of the Lugana DOC for a total of 45 hectares: two parcels located inland and a larger one towards Lake Garda in Sirmione.
    A press event last August on a sailboat celebrated amidst Lake Garda's wind, vocation and wine symbolized that the project linked to the Lugana doc has officially set sail. The positive response to Le Fornaci Lugana doc 2019 in the principal markets and recognition from critics is a sign that the launch is on course for success.
    Everything is set for 2021, which will see the spring launch of Le Fornaci Rosè 2020, a blend that will delight the most demanding palates, followed the autumn launch of Le Fornaci Lugana doc Riserva 2018.
  3. 2020 saw a stellar rise in digital activity. We organized Tommasi Digital Days, a series of special appointments and training dedicated to our Italian sales force and Ho.Re. Ca. customers. Our importers and international customers participated in specially organized seminars and digital tastings. Connections, the importance of maintaining and strengthening relationships built over the years, have always been a focal point of our business.
    Consumers also had a chance to participate in a series of special tastings via Instagram live and Winemaker dinners, conducted by Giancarlo Tommasi and special guests. Guests were able to converse firsthand and learn about the wines and his work. These events brought us into the kitchens of food and wine lovers, where we prepared a meal together, joined by the conviviality of a good glass of wine.
    The digital activity boosted our end-of-year results, where we see positive signs for retail and e-commerce sales, the real boom in 2020.
  4. We never stood still; we've got projects to conclude and new ones to launch. We are working on the expansion and adaptation of our headquarters and winery in Pedemonte. Those who've visited us at our Wine Shop witnessed how much progress we've made, always with the intent to guarantee maximum quality. We're defining the projects to expand the Casisano-Montalcino, Poggio al Tufo-Maremma and Caseo-Oltrepò wineries. We just completed new vineyards at Poggio al Tufo - Maremma and Masseria Surani - Puglia.
    Other exciting wine-related projects will come to light next year. The first and foremost will be the spring launch of our first Metodo Classico from Tenuta Caseo in Oltrepò Pavese, the home of Pinot Noir.
  5. What was never lacking in 2020 was the Strength of Family: a family that remained tight-knit and well organized, ready to respond with agility and flexibility to fluctuating and unpredictable change. This year, called on us to find effective alternatives and quick responses as we managed a sizeable company and above all the human resources. Not only were we able to guarantee work, despite the challenges of 2020, we were also able to hire new employees and expand our team.

This 2020 brought us gratification, creativity and new stimuli for our future.
We now look onward with hope and confidence to 2021, just around the corner.


Crearo when autoctone becomes international

An iconic wine that epitomize the encounter between the tradition of Valpolicella and the creativity of the oenologist Giancarlo Tommasi.
Crearo della Conca d’Oro combines in fact the indigenous Corvina and Oseleta grapes with Cabernet Franc, a completely new and unusual blend for Valpolicella Classica.
Crearo is a wine designed outside the box, to enhance our terroir; a wine that represents a transversal and modern style.

Crearo is a blend of Corvina, Oseleta and Cabernet Franc; the grapes are selected in the prestigious cru Conca d’Oro, in the Valpolicella Classica region, where the Tommasi family owns 9 hectares.
After a maceration for 15 days at a controlled temperature of 21-23 °C, the refinement continues for 6 months in a 500 liter French oak tonneau and a further 12 months in 65 hl Slavonian oak barrels; the wine then rests in the bottle for six months.
Brilliant, deep ruby red in color, it offers a rich bouquet of delicately herbaceous, fruity and spicy aromas, with notes of violets, ripe cherries, tobacco and vanilla. It is full-bodied on the palate, with evident but velvety tannins and a spicy tanginess which gives it excellent and attractive length.

«Crearo is a wine that Giancarlo, the family oenologist, and I thought to make together when we were taking a walk on the Conca d’Oro hill in the Valpolicella Classica way back in 1997. We decided to have Cabernet Franc grape planted in this cru vineyard. We thus created a completely new and unusual blend for Valpolicella, but which has proved to be a winning choice for the qualities of this international blend that goes well with the characteristics of native grapes. Crearo is a wine that was thought up “outside the box”, to exalt our terroir; a wine that represents a transversal and modern style. » Pierangelo Tommasi


Le Fornaci Lugana on Wine Spectator

Wine Spectator, one of the most prestigious wine magazine in the world, on October 31sy issue is featuring a nice article by Alison Napjus on delicois wines from three unsung Veneto DOCs.

Lugana is one of these DOCs that worth exploaration.
We are very proud to has been metioned in the article with our Le Fornaci Lugana project.
HERE the full article.

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With a strong belief in the Lugana territory and its wine, the Tommasi family has cultivated a dream of expanding the project. In 2013, after conducting much research in the area, additional investments were made in Sirmione.

The Fornaci Estate, therefore, is made up of three main vineyards located in different areas of Lugana DOC, making up a total of 45 hectares: one larger plot of land by Lake Garda, and two further inland, all in Sirmione.

All of the vineyards were planted with a single typical vine variety, called Turbiana, using the guyot training system and a high vine density (approximately 5,000 vines per hectare).

There is also an important project in the works to accompany this investment: the construction of a winery entirely dedicated to the production of Lugana as well as a building destined for hospitality and wine tourism, with an area for tastings and refreshments for all visitors.

In 2021, two new references will be launched to complete the project.

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Le Fornaci Lugana
Brilliant, intense straw yellow colour, Le Fornaci Lugana is fragrant with fruity aromas and notes of tropical fruits and grapefruit. On the palate, it’s dry and harmonious with an elegant freshness.

It is intense and persistent, with a sapid, mineral finish and a typical aroma of almond.

Lugana Le Fornaci is obtained from an accurate harvest of the grapes, followed by slow fermentation at controlled temperature (14 ° / 18 °) and stripping by natural sedimentation.
Aging for about 3 months on lees and fine yeasts followed by aging in steel.

Served at  cool temperature, it is ideal as an aperitif, with appetizers and finger food; it pairs well with both fresh and salt-water fish. Excellent with flavourful first courses, risotto, delicate meats, and fresh cheeses.

VINTAGE 2019
On Evidence:

very particular year for the weather: the low temperatures, combined with the high temperature ranges, allowed for excellent ripening and good acidity of the grapes. A very positive year.

Harvest:
2019 harvest began one week later (second half of September) compared to the average. Harvest done by hand and also by machine at night, to speed up the intervention and preserve as much as possible aromas and aromas.

Climate considerations:
rainy and cold May, hot June and then return of the cold towards August. From the end of September dry with mild temperatures and good day / night temperature range

Agronomic considerations:
the best conditions have been created for the production of Lugana with a more intense aromatic expression and greater flavor.


Amarone 2016

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2016: a must have, in a market that remains receptive 

With the arrival of September, we have begun distribution of the 2016 vintage of our Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico D.O.C.G.; a year that was considered “awkward”, but in which our Amarone has amazed everyone with its refinement and character: an Amarone that reveals itself to be extremely elegant, with intriguing aromas and good balance on the palate.

A year, 2016, that was difficult on the whole, especially regarding the health of the vineyards, but which improved from autumn onwards and provided good fruit for drying, in order to make an Amarone which, in the glass, is complex and elegant. This just goes to show once again that wine, and Amarone in particular, can display an ability to evolve well in spite of the agronomic data and gloomy forecasts.

The La Groletta and Conca d’Oro vineyards certainly lived up to their reputation, aided by careful vinification in the winery and three years’ maturation in large Slavonian oak casks. The 2016 vintage stands out especially thanks to the great harmony of its sensory profiles, starting off with the “nose”, with an array of fragrances that ranges from sensations of red and black fruits to notes of jam, as well as spicy and balsamic nuances. The wine’s structure on the palate is similarly complex: Amarone’s characteristic sweetly fruity soul is nicely underpinned by the tannins, but especially by a tanginess that gives it a supple and juicy liveliness.

If one observes the market scenario for high-quality wines on a worldwide basis, Amarone is one of the products that has succeeded best in resisting the problematic effects of Covid-19.

 

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This is confirmed by an analysis from our Canadian partner Michael Shuster, of International Cellars, who has provided us with the following market breakdown:
«In British Columbia we have registered, since the beginning of the year, a drop in sales of Amarone of 4.5%.  The most substantial downturn has – as for all other premium wines – been in the hospitality sector, with a contraction of around 46%. We have, though, compensated for this loss with significant growth in the sales of Amarone to the government monopoly (up 2.1%) and particularly to private stores, where we have registered a notable increase of 37%. We have therefore recuperated most of the shortfall through retail sales. Even now, consumers are continuing to buy high-quality wines especially from retail outlets and are drinking them at home. We are also noticing this substantially positive trend for Amarone, even in this totally exceptional period resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, in Alberta as well, even if here the recovery in the hospitality channel is more problematic. This Province of Canada is, though, showing an upturn for Amarone of 6.9%. It should also be remembered that Tommasi’s Amarone della Valpolicella Classico is still the best-selling Amarone in both British Columbia and Alberta».

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 We also find similar dynamics in various other areas of the global market.
«The markets where our Amarone has performed best in the last year are Scandinavia, Canada, and the USA, followed by Switzerland, Japan and Korea» underlines Pierangelo Tommasi, Executive Director. «Currently our distribution around the world is divided up equally between on-trade and retail. Because of the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, the HORECA channel has seen a notable slowdown and only now – fortunately – is gradually picking up.  The drop in sales in the on- trade, which has also affected those of Amarone, has been partly offset by an increase in sales to the markets where there are Monopolies, or through the online channel». 

«I hope that in 2021 we will be able to go back to normality, with a generalized reopening of restaurants and especially of the duty frees, which represent an important sales and positioning channel for Tommasi. 2020 has nevertheless brought with it - even in the difficult first three months - some important news for our Amarone: for example, the relaunch of a far-away, but significant market with great potential for growth like Australia. And in the last three months of 2020 and in 2021 we will begin new collaborations in certain markets in South America and South-East Asia».

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Merano WineFestival 2020 awards

On August the 16th The WineHunter by Helmuth Köcher has published online the guide The WineHunter Award, which assigns its coveted awards in the  Wine, Food - Spirits - Beer categories.

From the 6th to the 10th of November the 29th edition of Merano WineFestival returns 'back to the roots' celebrating its origins in the name of excellence and elegance.
An extraordinary edition adapted to the anti-COVID-19 regulations but characterized by a traditional format: this is "Merano Winefestival, back to the roots" scheduled from 6 to 10 November.

The COVID-19 emergency will not upset the traditional format of the event, which since 1992 has made the Merano WineFestival the most glamorous food & wine event in the world.
Helmuth Köcher thought of a traditional event respecting the health and safety of producers and visitors, also with the help of new digital content.

This year our wines have deserved excellent scores and awards, with the Paternoster Rotondo we are in the list of the 100 best wines selected by The WineHunter.

Here are the award-winning wines that we will be able to taste together next November:

Tommasi Viticoltori
Ca 'Florian Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Docg Riserva 2012 - Gold Award
Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Docg 2016 - Red Award

Casisano
Colombaiolo Brunello di Montalcino Docg 2013 - Gold Award
Brunello di Montalcino Docg 2015 - Red Award

Paternoster
Rotondo Aglianico del Vulture Doc 2016 - Platinum Award
Synthesi Aglianico del Vulture 2017 - Red Award

De Buris
De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Doc Riserva 2009 - Platinum Award

 


Reds in Summer are on fashion

Yes, you can drink reds in summer!
Here are five red wines for those cool evenings with your friends

When we talk about wine, there are many myths to debunk and also lots of taboos that should be rendered acceptable.
Indeed, it happens increasingly often in restaurants that inflexible ideas about wine and “room temperature” are tempered in favor of new trends that are more modern and open-minded. And if in summer we want a wine that’s refreshing, satisfying and fragrant, a cool red wine can also fit the bill.
The new rule is that there aren’t any real rules, and wine is increasingly less snobbish.
But how come it’s still so difficult to picture yourself, on a cool summer evening, sipping a nice glass of red wine by the pool?
The answer has to do with chemistry. The truth is that the main problem linked with our perception of red wines is the tannins, those polyphenolic compounds present in the stalks, seeds, and skins of the grapes. It is in fact the tannins that cause astringency, the typical rough, dry feeling that a red wine leaves on your palate and gums: this sensation is due to the interaction of the tannins with your saliva. They bond with the proteins in saliva, making it lose its lubricating qualities, and if – at higher temperatures – this astringent sensation becomes less marked (the alcohol, though, becomes more noticeable), at lower temperatures the opposite is true.
The only way to get round this problem is to choose red wines that have substantial fruit, but which are not very tannic and have a relatively low level of alcohol.
Here then, for devotees of reds, are some wines that are also perfect for the summer and for a relaxing drink after dinner.
From Casisano’s Brunello to Tommasi’s Ripasso, we offer you five red wines that not only display a supple, fruity style, but often also don’t mind being put in the fridge.
 
Group of friends gathered around a table in a garden on a summer evening to share a meal and have a good time together
The first summer red to drink with your friends is a wine from Southern Italy. We are in Basilicata, with Paternoster’s Synthesi Aglianico del Vulture. Its vivacious ruby red simply gleams with freshness, and it offers a fragrant, fruity bouquet of blackberries, blueberries, other wild berry fruits and pepper. On the palate it is dry but velvety, leaving a long, harmonious sensation in the mouth. 100% Aglianico del Vulture grapes and 13% alcohol by volume: a wine snob would tell you that the ideal temperature for Synthesi is 16°C, and that below 12°C you may find that certain aromas and flavors vanish and the tannins  become hard. But don’t be afraid to drink it rather cool: it’ll surprise you in an incredibly positive way, and you’ll regret not having done so earlier!
Our second summer-friendly red is the flagship wine of Poggio al Tufo, the Rompicollo Rosso Toscana, produced in the Maremma. A rich, refined blend of 60% Sangiovese and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon that charms you with its liveliness and elegance. Its bright, deep ruby red color catches your eye, but it is always the nose that enchants you when you taste this wine: it displays an elegant, variegated bouquet of ripe blackberries and raspberries, dried balsamic herbs and delicate sweet spices. Its mouth-filling flavor is rich and rounded, with velvety tannins. With its good body, Rompicollo reveals great smoothness on the palate, even when served at a lower temperature.
Full-bodied and harmonious, Surani’s Heracles Primitivo di Manduria is one of the outstanding wines produced in Puglia. It displays an intense ruby red in the glass, and even from the first sniff it reveals a fascinating complexity: from floral sensations of violets to rich fruity ones of cherries and strawberries, against a background of balsamic notes, of lickerish and aromatic herbs. In the mouth, it is broad and full-bodied, seducing you with its graceful, refined tannins and a lively finish that is sustained by an attractive freshness, which dances across your palate like a butterfly.
If these three wines may be served at lower temperatures than those at which we are used to tasting reds - demonstrating that a significant change is taking place in the ‘etiquette’ of , red wine consumption - there are also the ‘relaxation wines’, those that simply fit in perfectly with our desire to spend the evening outside in good company, with the crickets chirping in the background, the odd firefly peeking out on the veranda and with you perhaps curled up comfortably in a wicker chair.
The wines to keep you company on these occasions are two particularly elegant products that should not be drunk cold, but which will make your summer evenings all the more enjoyable: the 2015 Brunello di Montalcino from Casisano and the  Tommasi Ripasso Valpolicella Classico Superiore.
The former, obtained from 100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes, has a deep ruby color and opens up on the nose with an elegant, fresh variety of fruity and spicy notes that are typical of Sangiovese.
When you drink the Ripasso, on the other hand, a brilliant, deep ruby red nectar slides onto your palate and ripe cherries joyously invade your nose, followed by an intense spicy note, going to show once again that red wines give a very special flavor to the Summer and evenings spent with friends are a wonderful thing…but if accompanied by a good glass of wine, they are even better!
 
 


Paternoster Vulcanico

La Falanghina perfetta da lasciar «maturare» in cantina
Il fascino dell’annata e dell’affinamento in botte non vale solo per i grandi rossi, che accrescono il loro appeal ed eleganza; nel mondo nel vino ci sono «esemplari» anche che acquistano charme, valore e soprattutto gusto con il trascorrere degli anni.
È un fatto noto per i grandi rossi, molto meno invece per i vini bianchi fermi: è infatti radicata la convinzione che i bianchi italiani debbano essere bevuti giovani, per conservare la freschezza e aromi immediati. Per molte etichette questo pensiero è corretto, per alcune invece vale la pena di aspettare anche qualche anno, affinché possano arricchirsi di sentori che renderanno il vino più complesso, profondo, evoluto.
Quali sono i vini bianchi capaci di invecchiare bene?
Una buona maturazione dipende da diversi fattori: alcuni vitigni sono più adatti ad affrontare il trascorrere del tempo e migliorano con gli anni, come, per esempio, la Falanghina o la Turbiana.
Contano gli anni delle viti,  minori rese nei vigneti affinché ci sia maggior concentrazione del frutto, la giusta maturazione, escursioni termiche importanti tra giorno e notte, una certa altitudine, il tipo di suolo, un buon livello di alcol, un’acidità elevata ma equilibrata e, infine, pochi ma accurati trattamenti in cantina per preservare le caratteristiche intrinseche di ogni vitigno e molta cura per le fasi di conservazione e di affinamento.
Un esempio luminoso viene da Paternoster Vulcanico, dove il tufo del Vulture mette in evidenza tutto ciò che sa fare. La matrice del suolo conferisce infatti a questa Falanghina una nota chiara e decisa, che poi si accresce verso una personalità ancora più spiccata ed unica, esattamente come sottolineato dalla cultura narrativa degli esperti.  A queste caratteristiche aggiungiamo la ben nota proprietà di essere fra i bianchi più predisposti all’”invecchiamento”, che proprio nel caso di Paternoster Vulcanico lascia intravedere tempi da record, anche dieci anni e oltre.

«Utilizziamo il ceppo flegreo – sottolinea Fabio Mecca, enologo di Paternosterche abbiamo impiantato nel 2002 su un terreno vulcanico simile a quello campano. Anche il nostro grappolo si presenta con una bella consistenza, spargolo ma con una giusta vigoria. La fondamentale differenza sta nell’altitudine: i nostri vigneti si collocano infatti a circa 600 metri di altezza, quindi più in alto di quelli campani. Le maggiori escursioni termiche influiscono in particolare sulle componenti aromatiche, che nel nostro caso sono molto articolate, rivelando una vitalità ed un’eleganza sorprendenti, soprattutto nelle note terziarie»

Una curiosità: l'idea primaria era stata quella della spumantizzazione con l’Assensi per continuare la tradizione aziendale, considerando che il mosto della Falanghina ha una importante acidità e che con il bilanciamento aromatico del vitigno si ottiene un prodotto notevole.
Dal 2016, con la spinta innovativa della Famiglia Tommasi, si è puntato anche su una versione ferma, selezionando i terreni maggiormente vulcanici e per quello si è dato il nome "Vulcanico" al vino.

«È stata una scelta giusta – continua Fabio Mecca -  in quanto, la matrice del suolo conferisce una nota chiara e decisa che sottolinea la sua provenienza, la nota maggiormente sorprendente è vedere come, le prime annate in bottiglia, aprendole ora conferiscono note di idrocarburi molto nette dando al vino una personalità ancora più spiccata ed unica, i vini sono ancora verticali ed intriganti lasciando intravedere una sorprendente longevità! Da dimenticare in cantina per qualche anno, da 5 a 20, alcune altre oltre. Se resistete…»

 


A dinner with the Enologist Tommasi - Digital Dinner

Join us for a free, exclusive virtual dinner with Giancarlo Tommasi, the Tommasi Family’s IV generation oenologist, as we taste the famous Tommasi Ripasso Valpolicella Classico Superiore Doc and Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, and prepare the traditional Risotto all’Amarone in your own home.
 
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SPECIAL GUESTS
Alessandro Torcoli –
Chat and share notes with the director and editor of the renowned Civiltà del Bere magazine
Serena Codognola – Chef with whom we will prepare the Risotto all’Amarone, following the old Tommasi family recipe.
WHEN
Wednesday, June 10th at 7:00pm via Zoom
 
TASTE WINE AND COOK WITH US
Purchase the two wines in the tasting, along with the ingredients to prepare the risotto, at the special price of € 55,00, including shipping, with   paypalnuovologo-650x245
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What you will receive for the digital dinner:

  • one bottle of Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Docg 2015 (750 ml)
  • one bottle of Tommasi Ripasso della Valpolicella Classico Superiore Doc 2016 (750 ml)
  • one package of Vialone Nano rice, from the historic producer Melotti (1kg)
  • one jar of lard with bottom pork sirloin from Corrado Benedetti, local meat and cheese artisans (350 gr)
  • one Tommasi corkscrew
  • The Tommasi Family recipe book

You may also purchase the kit by wire transfer to S.S. Agricola Tommasi Viticoltori: IT 92 L 05034 59810 0000 000 17607
 
If you wish to pay by wire transfer, please send us an email to wine@tommasi.com with the following details:

  • A copy of the transfer confirmation
  • First and Last Name
  • Shipping address
  • Contact phone number

by june 3rd, 2020, in order to guarantee that you receive the kit in time.
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 A one-of-a-kind opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of Tommasi, non just to discover the richness of the Valpolicella Classica area and its great wines, but also to learn some family traditions in the kitchen.

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For any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us at the following:

  1. +39 045 770 12 66
  2. wine@tommasi.com

A Cena con l'enologo Tommasi - Digital Dinner

In esclusiva gratuita una cena virtuale assieme a Giancarlo Tommasi, enologo della IV generazione della famiglia Tommasi per degustare i celebri Tommasi Ripasso Valpolicella Classico Superiore Doc e l'Amarone della Valpolicella Classico e preparare il tradizionale Risotto all'Amarone direttamente a casa vostra.

 

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OSPITI SPECIALI
Alessandro Torcoli, direttore ed editore dell'autorevole rivista Civiltà del Bere con cui potrete dialogare a confrontarvi durante la degustazione
Serena Codognola, chef con cui prepareremo il risotto all'Amarone dall'antico ricettario della famiglia Tommasi.

QUANDO
Mercoledi 10 Giugno ore 19:00 via Zoom

 

DEGUSTA E CUCINA CON NOI
Acquista i due vini in degustazione e gli ingredienti per cucinare il risotto, al prezzo speciale di € 55,00 incluso di spese di spedizione, tramite   paypalnuovologo-650x245

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Cosa riceverete a casa per la digital dinner:

  • una bottiglia di Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Docg 2015 (750 ml)
  • una bottiglia di Tommasi Ripasso Valpolicella Classico Superiore Doc 2016 (750 ml)
  • un pacco di Riso Vialone Nano Melotti, storici produttori di Riso (1kg)
  • un vasetto di lardo scannellato di Corrado Benedetti, artigiani di salumi e formaggi (350 gr)
  • un cavatappi Tommasi
  • Il ricettario della Famiglia Tommasi

Il kit è anche acquistabile tramite bonifico bancario intestato a S.S. Agricola Tommasi Viticoltori: IT 92 L 05034 59810 0000 000 17607

Per questo metodo di pagamento vi chiediamo di inviarci a wine@tommasi.com:
- la copia del bonifico
- nome e cognome
- l'indirizzo di spedizione
- il contatto telefonico

entro il 3 giugno 2020, per garantire che la spedizione arrivi entro i tempi previsti.

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Un'occasione unica per immergersi nel mondo Tommasi, non solo per scoprire la ricchezza della Vapolicella Classica e dei suoi grandi vini, ma per imparare i segreti della cucina di famiglia.

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Per ogni dubbio o esigenza siamo a completa disposizione, di seguito i nostri contatti

t. +39 045 770 12 66

e. wine@tommasi.com