Tommasi selected in the top 130 wineries by Wine Spectator for OperaWine 2022

Since the first edition, Tommasi has been re-confirmed among the top wineries selected for the OperaWine 2022 edition.

De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Docg 2010 Riserva was selected by Wine Spectator such as best wine representing the Veneto region and Italy.

Since the first edition, Tommasi has been re-confirmed among the top wineries selected for the OperaWine 2022 edition.
De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Docg 2010 Riserva was selected by Wine Spectator such as best wine representing the Veneto region and Italy.

De Buris – Tommasi family’s luxury brand, is confirmed as an excellence of Made in Italy: De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico docg Riserva 2010, oenological pearl of the Valpolicella Classica, has been selected by the prestigious wine magazine Wine Spectator, and it will be presented on Saturday the 9th of April at OperaWine2022.

 

The world showcase of Italian wine is back on the 9th of April. Ten years after the first edition, OperaWine presents the best Italian wines to buyers who will arrive in Verona in occasion of Vinitaly.

The great fair returns from 10 to 13 April 2022, after two years of interruption, and OperaWine will take place the day before.

The world of wine is going through a unique historical moment regarding the evolving “new normal”, balancing the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic as well as the contrast between innovation and preservation of tradition.

The same elements exist in the style of Piet Mondrian, an artist who sought harmony all his life. The concept of OperaWine2022 takes inspiration from his work, with an edition that aims to look at rebirth and, above all, balance.


Tommasi si riconferma nella top 130 di Wine Spectator per OperaWine 2022

Presente sin dalla prima edizione, Tommasi è confermato anche per l’edizione 2022 di OperaWine.
De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Docg 2010 Riserva è stato selezionato Wine Spectator fra i migliori vini che rappresentano il territorio Veneto e l’Italia

Si conferma un’eccellenza del Made in Italy il brand De Buris della famiglia Tommasi: De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico docg Riserva 2010, perla enologica della Valpolicella Classica, è stato selezionato dalla prestigiosa rivista del mondo del vino Wine Spectator, e sarà presente Sabato 9 Aprile a OperaWine 2022.

Torna il prossimo 9 aprile la vetrina mondiale del vino italiano. A dieci anni dalla prima edizione, OperaWine presenta i migliori vini italiani ai compratori che arriveranno a Verona per il Vinitaly.
La grande fiera torna dal 10 al 13 aprile 2022, dopo due anni di interruzione a causa del Covid, OperaWine la precede di un giorno. È l’evento più internazionale, organizzato da VeronaFiere e da Wine Spectator, la rivista americana di riferimento per il settore.

Il mondo del vino sta attraversando un momento storico unico per quanto riguarda la “nuova normalità” in evoluzione, in equilibrio tra le sfide e le opportunità presentate dalla pandemia e il contrasto tra innovazione e conservazione della tradizione.
Gli stessi elementi esistono nello stile di Piet Mondrian, un artista che ha cercato l’armonia per tutta la vita. Il concept di OperaWine2022 prende ispirazione dal suo lavoro, con un’edizione che punta a guardare alla rinascita e, soprattutto, all’equilibrio.


Opera Wine 2021 - Tommasi Family Estates double up

Saturday 19 June 2021

Italian Wine world restarts from Verona and Opera Wine, the most exclusive event in the world of wine business.

This year there is the celebration of the 10th year since the first edition and Tommasi Family Estates has always been invited to represent the best of Italian wine production, a combination of emotion, culture and craftsmanship.

In this edition of the 10th anniversary, which brings together 186 producers from all over Italy, we are presenting  two of our excellences:

Veneto: De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico doc Riserva 2009

Basilicata: Paternoster Don Anselmo Aglianico del Vulture doc 2015

From the collaboration of Veronafiere and Vinitaly with the prestigious American magazine Wine Spectator, in 2012 was born
OperaWine, Finest Italian Wines: 100 Great Producers selected by Wine Spectator.

OperaWine offers international wine professionals the opportunity to taste and get to know the best Italian wines presented by Italy’s 100 greatest producers according to Wine Spectator.

Each year, the judges taste the selected Italian wines and provide reviews and scores based on different criteria.
After the assessment, the list of the top 100 Italian wines is revealed, promoting Italian wine diversity and high quality.

Opera Wine represents the return in the presence of a market occasion and the face-to-face rite of  wine tastings: We have missed this so much!

Here below the two great scores we received from Wine Spectator

De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva 2009 - 94 /100
"A beautifully aromatic red, with hints of truffle, loamy earth and dried mint playing on the nose and accenting the baked cherry and raspberry fruit, fig cake and coffee liqueur flavors on the palate. Full-bodied and rich, yet finely knit and elegant overall, with mouthwatering acidity married to the range of flavor. The silky tannins create a pleasing viscosity on the lingering finish."

Paternoster Don Anselmo Aglianico del Vulture Doc 2015 - 92/100
"Creamy tannins firm this suave, medium- to full-bodied red, while lightly juicy acidity and a tang of tarry smoke mesh with flavors of wild cherry, fennel seed and tobacco. Offers a long, fragrant finish."

 


Opera Wine 2021 - Tommasi Family Estates raddoppia

Sabato 19 giugno 2021

L'Italia del Vino riparte da Verona e da Opera Wine, l'evento più esclusivo del mondo del vino.
Quest'anno si festeggiano 10 anni dalla prima edizione e Tommasi Family Estates è sempre stata invitata a rappresentare il meglio della produzione vinicola italiana, un connubio fra emozione, cultura ed artigianalità
In questa edizione del decennale, che raduna 186 produttori da tutta Italia, siamo presenti con due delle nostre eccellenze:

Veneto: De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico doc Riserva 2009
Basilicata: Paternoster Don Anselmo Aglianico del Vulture doc 2015

Dalla collaborazione di Veronafiere e Vinitaly con la prestigiosa rivista americana Wine Spectator, nel 2012 nasce OperaWine, Finest Italian Wines: 100 Great Producers selected by Wine Spectator.
Come dice il nome stesso, OperaWine è l’evento esclusivo che offre agli operatori specializzati di tutto il mondo la possibilità di conoscere i 100 migliori vini italiani.
La classifica viene redatta dagli esperti di Wine Spectator, testata che costituisce un’autorità riconosciuta a livello internazionale nel settore vitivinicolo.
Da questo scrutinio esce l’eccellenza dei produttori italiani: cantine da tutta la penisola che, pur nella differenza di territorio, stile produttivo e dimensioni aziendali, sono accomunate dall’altissima qualità dei vini prodotti.

Opera Wine rappresenta il ritorno in presenza di una occasione di mercato e ad un rito di degustazioni faccia a faccia che tanto ci sono mancati.

Qui di seguito i premi assegnati ai due vini selezionati per l'evento

De Buris Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva 2009 - 94 /100
"A beautifully aromatic red, with hints of truffle, loamy earth and dried mint playing on the nose and accenting the baked cherry and raspberry fruit, fig cake and coffee liqueur flavors on the palate. Full-bodied and rich, yet finely knit and elegant overall, with mouthwatering acidity married to the range of flavor. The silky tannins create a pleasing viscosity on the lingering finish."

Paternoster Don Anselmo Aglianico del Vulture Doc 2015 - 92/100
"Creamy tannins firm this suave, medium- to full-bodied red, while lightly juicy acidity and a tang of tarry smoke mesh with flavors of wild cherry, fennel seed and tobacco. Offers a long, fragrant finish."


Tommasi x Seletti for Vinitaly and Milan Design Week

TOMMASI FAMILY ESTATES with SELETTI,
a partnership for Vinitaly in Verona and the Milan Design Week

There will be a special partnership between the Tommasi family and Seletti, the eclectic Italian design company, taking in Vinitaly & the City in Verona and then Milan, for that city’s Design Week.
It is a collaboration that unites two Italian brands, icons of the country’s excellence around the world, both of which have the common goal (even if in different sectors like wine and design) of enhancing the dining experience: two companies that are family-run, and that are both characterized by strategic planning and a dynamic verve in creating products that are expressions of their passion and dedication.
 
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The dates to remember will be from 6.00 p.m. onwards in Verona on Saturday 6th April at the Seletti Store at no. 4D in Via Rosa, during Vinitaly & the City, and in Milan on Tuesday 9th April for Design Week, in the store at Corso Garibaldi 117. On both occasions some of Tommasi’s most popular products will be available for tasting, like the Fornaci Lugana and the Ripasso Valpolicella Classico Superiore, as well as the firm’s flagship wine: Amarone della Valpolicella Classico D.O.C.G..

SELETTI NIGHT in VERONA

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Verona Sturday 6 April -  Seletti Store Via Rosa 4D  - Verona during Vinitaly & City from 6 pm

LAZY CRAZY NIGHT in MILANO

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Milano Tuesday 9 April - Milan Design Week - Seletti Store - Corso Garibaldi 117.
 
This partnership with Seletti, a historic family company in Italian design, is one that the Veneto wine producers hold particularly dear to their hearts. The Seletti brand is today synonymous with value, vitality, provocation, innovation, original combinations, and art combined with icons of everyday life. Their designs represent a new, poetic slant on production and on household objects, as well as a continuous voyage within the concept of beauty. The counterpoint of the historical importance and tradition of the Tommasi brand creates a winning partnership.
The Seletti brand transports us into a fascinating universe that is non-conformist and fun, and in which the watchword is creativity. In tune with the age we live in, Seletti infuses its designs with exuberance and fosters a conception that lies at the frontier between contemporary art and industrial design. Seletti’s creations bring a bit of character and fantasy into our everyday lives.
Tommasi on the other hand, thanks to its role as a pioneer in the Valpolicella zone and its origins and values as a farming family, is committed – through the enhancement and promotion of its Estates – to giving pleasure to wine lovers all over the world, whilst becoming a point of reference for the sustainable growth of the wine economy and, as part of this, of authentic wine tourism in Italy.
 
Art, entertaining, sociability, innovation and originality are all synonymous with Seletti and Tommasi Family Estates: both companies share a path of constant progress; a common denominator of concepts and inspirations that help us live our everyday lives with creativity and taste.


Vino - A Taste of Italy

Here we are, ready for Expo Milano 2015! You'll find us at "Vino - A Taste of Italy" pavilion!
The Pavilion narrates and celebrates Italian wine and its terroirs, helping to explain and taste excellence Made in Italy, the outcome of 2500 years of history, culture, research and innovation. From the Domus Vini to the Terrace, the route is full of surprises (there is even an App) and a tour around the 5 senses of wine, the symbol of Italian Lifestyle. The world of Italian wine, its history and its future are to be found where the cardo and decumanus meet: in the WINE Pavilion at Expo, set up by Vinitaly and the Ministry of Agriculture to a design by archistar Italo Rota. A fascinating, interactive and multi-sensorial tour which unwinds over three floors: from the Domus Vini on the ground floor through to the terrace on the roof of the structure. Passing by way of the Wine Library on the first floor, an area for tasting great Italian wines - the result of passion and work, tradition and new technologies. From ancient Enotria to the Wine Store of the future (there is even an App), wine speaks of Italy and its 544 native vines - a unique feature typical of Italian lands and traditions. No other country in the world can boast such a strong and vital biodiversity, that has helped characterise a modus vivendi tracing its roots in the history of the peninsula across the centuries as well as defining the Italian Lifestyle known, appreciated (and unfortunately also imitated) all over the world.
Since London 1851, for the first time in the history of the Universal Exposition, an entire Pavilion will be dedicated to Italian Wine, highlighting that the story of life and food summed up in the slogan for Expo 2015 Milan - "Feeding the planet, energy for life" - also includes wine as an integral part of a balanced and internationally acknowledged dietary model. The tour of the VINO – A Taste of Italy Pavilion calls upon all five senses (taste, hearing, smell, sight, touch) to ensure total visitor involvement. Sounds, music, the great interpretations of wine in the arts and history (over 2,500 years) narrated through the skilful mastery of artists witnessing the interest of society as a whole towards 'planet wine'.
Almost unique experiences (the Winecard includes a glass and three wine tastings and may be 'recharged' only once, following the philosophy of responsible consumption of wine), with over 1,400 wines available on rotation during the six months of the event. The tour ends on the Terrace, an area where Italian wine-making companies and wine consortia will arrange appointments and guided tastings (the calendar is published in the tasting section).
See you there and follow us on our social pages: tweet with #vino2015 and #Tommasiwine!
Discover the "Vino - A Taste of Italy" pavilion
 
Alla scoperta del Padiglione Vino - A Taste of Italy
Il padiglione celebra e racconta il vino italiano, i vitigni del territorio e permette di conoscere e degustare le eccellenze del Made in Italy, frutto di 2.500 anni di storia, cultura, ricerca e innovazione. Il mondo del vino italiano, la sua storia e il suo futuro si trovano nell’intersezione fra cardo e decumano: nel padiglione del VINO a Expo, realizzato da Vinitaly in collaborazione con il ministero delle Politiche agricole e progettato dall’archistar Italo Rota. Un percorso affascinante, interattivo e multisensoriale che si snoda lungo tre piani: dalla Domus Vini al piano terra, fino alla Terrazza a copertura della struttura. Passando per la Biblioteca del Vino al primo piano, un’area per degustare le grandi produzioni italiane, frutto di passione e di lavoro, di tradizione e di nuove tecnologie. Dall’antica Enotria all’Enoteca del futuro (c’è anche una App), il vino parla di Italia e dei suoi 544 vitigni autoctoni, una peculiarità tipica del territorio e delle tradizioni italiani. Nessun paese al mondo può contare una biodiversità così marcata e preziosa, che ha contribuito a caratterizzare un modus vivendi che affonda le proprie radici nella storia della Penisola, ne attraversa i secoli e ha contribuito a completare quello che è l’Italian Lifestyle, conosciuto, apprezzato (e purtroppo anche imitato) nel mondo. Da Londra 1851, per la prima volta nella storia dell’Esposizione Universale viene realizzato un padiglione dedicato al Vino italiano, a testimonianza che nel racconto della vita e dell’agroalimentare, sintetizzato nel claim di Expo 2015 Milano “Nutrire il pianeta, energia per la vita”, anche il vino è parte integrante di un modello enogastronomico equilibrato e riconosciuto a livello internazionale. Nel padiglione del VINO – A Taste of Italy, il percorso toccherà anche i cinque sensi (gusto, udito, olfatto, vista, tatto), per un coinvolgimento totale dei visitatori. Suoni, musica, le grandi rappresentazioni del vino nelle arti e la storia (oltre 2.500 anni) raccontata attraverso l’abile maestria degli artisti, che hanno testimoniato l’attenzione di intere società nei confronti del pianeta enoico.Esperienze quasi uniche (la Winecard offre in dotazione un bicchiere, permette l’assaggio di tre vini e può essere ricaricata soltanto una volta, secondo la filosofia del consumo consapevole del vino), con oltre 1.400 vini disponibili e a rotazione durante i sei mesi dell’evento. Termina il percorso la Terrazza, che prevede un’area in cui aziende e consorzi di tutela del vino italiano organizzeranno appuntamenti e degustazioni guidate (il calendario è pubblicato nella sezione degustazioni).

Vi aspettiamo!
Scopri Vino - A Taste of Italy!


Tommasi Family Estates attends H-ACK WINE

Are you ready to hack the wine sector?
H-ACK WINE is coming and we are glad to announce we'll be the fourth company taking part to the challenge!

On February 14th-15th, 2015 H-FARM (Roncade, Treviso, Italy) will host the second H-ACK WINE, a free 24-hour marathon dedicated to developing digital ideas and projects about wine.
H-ACK's format comes from the hackathons, 24-hour marathons dedicated to hackers that involve developers, designers and marketing specialists.
Participants can register with their own team or create one during the event.
The teams will work from Saturday morning to Sunday late morning. Mentors and companies’ representatives will be at the teams disposal at all times to answer to their questions and doubts. The teams will work all night and there will be also contests for every category.
Starting from Sunday late morning, every team will present their project to the companies, the other participants and a jury that will choose the winning group (one for each brief) who will receive a prize.
The best teams will be awarded by the companies and could be selected to develop their projects in H-CAMP, our intensive acceleration program.
What challenge will we launch? Sign up on H-Farm website and you’ll find out soon!

http://teamble.com/h-ack-wine-2015


Vinitaly 2015, 22 - 25 March Verona

Vinitaly is the main reference event in the wine sector: more than 4 thousand exhibitors with 155 thousand visitors (56,000 international from 120 countries).
Four days of major events, meetings, tastings and targeted workshops to encourage contacts between exhibiting cellars and trade operators, together with an impressive convention programme discussing and analysing topics associated with supply and demand in Italy, Europe and the rest of the world.
Tommasi is waiting for you with great surprises!
Hall 5 - D 2
Further info: www.vinitaly.com