all Romanian linguistics Participated in A tour that attracted around ten international journalists (Coming from Norway, Denmark, Germany, USA, Sweden, Austria, Poland, UK) and many representatives of well-known sector newspapers, To discover the region and its excellent wines. The occasion was the Vini ad Arte event, organized in recent days by Consorzio Vini di Romagna, sponsored by the Emilia-Romagna Region and the Municipality of Faenza, in collaboration with Convito di Romagna, AIS Romagna and Ascom Faenza.
Journalists, mostly from Europe, due to the situation related to the epidemic, over an intense four days They visited different companies in different provinces (Also tasting the grapes directly in the vineyard, thus the privilege of tasting 2021 wines in the ultimate preview), as well as meeting others representing the various regions.
The tour started from Rimini, to be exact from the Grand Hotel where journalists were greeted with a welcome toast based on Colli di Rimini Rebola DOC. We then moved to Enio Ottaviani in San Clemente (Where in addition to the hosts were the owners of Cantina Fiammetta and Franco Galli) and then in Rocche Malatestiane in koriano (Tinota Santini and Ca’ Perdici were also present.)
In the region of Forlì the stations were at Pandolva di Predabio (In the presence of Poderi dal Nespoli, Fattoria Nicolucci, Drei Donà, Condè and Piccolo Brunelli) and at Celli di Bertinoro (with Tenuta La Viola and Giovanna Madonia).
a Imola The journalists were hosted by Tre Monti (at the same time Giovannini and Palazzona di Maggio). Finally, the Faenza region saw two stages of the tour: at Fattoria Zerbina in Marzina (with Cà di Sopra and Poderi Morini) and Podere La Berta di Prisigella (with Trerè and Gallegati).
To complete the tour, to make the territory of Romania unforgettable, the cradle of excellent food and wine but also of art, culture and sport, the journalists were able to enjoy the mosaics of San Vitale and Gala Palcidia at night in RavennaStop at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari Circuit A Imola During Minardi Day and finish at the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza.
“With this new and unprecedented version of Vini ad Arte, we wanted to tell Romagna about wine also through artistic towns in the hinterland, medieval villages, forts and wonderful landscapes made up largely of vineyards – he explains Rwenza Santandria, President of the Consortium – We will continue to do so daily also online on our portal Postcards from Romagna, the digital magazine that brings together news, recommendations and itineraries to experience Romagna wine at 360 degrees.”
Despite the difficulties caused by the epidemic, Romania wine union – che rIt houses 115 wineries, of which 7 are cooperative wineries, 5 bottling plants and 103 wine producers. – represents a positive trend, especially for Sangiovese in the sub-regions. says Filiberto Mazzanti, director of the consortium: Romagna Sangiovese DOC Sottozona, at the top of the DOC pyramid, accounts for 4% of Romania’s production, equivalent to 434,133 bottles, and is constantly increasing. It is a fact that motivates us to continue along the path followed and to allocate additional resources to promote these 16 sub-areas (4 of which are under ministerial approval).”
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