Course on Italian wine
Italy of Wine / second part
“From the Apennines to the Alps”
dal 10 gennaio 2023, il martedì h 19,30</ em>
at Mastro Giorgio’s Fraschetta, Via Alessandro Volta 36, Testaccio (Rome)
(10 seats available)
An oenological journey in several stages in the name of the territory, its history, its excellence. From south to north, following the path that the vine has taken over the centuries: from the hills of the heart of Italy, to the heroic vineyards of the coasts and mountains, passing through Piedmont and Veneto, among the most renowned wine regions in the world.
A journey between history and legend, which intertwine with women and men, poetry and power, passions and professionalism. A way to rediscover part of our extraordinary tradition. And maybe a little big piece of us.
Italy of Wine – The Centre-North
January 10 2023 – Marche, Emilia Romagna and Liguria
17 January 2023 – Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta
January 24, 2023 – Lombardy, Trentino and South Tyrol
31 January 2023 – Veneto and Friuli
Meetings of about 2 hours.
Wine Communicator & Sommelier: Daniele Graziano
Participants will have a notebook of tasting cards as an educational support and each evening will have a tasting focus on four wines chosen among the most qualitatively significant and representative of Italian wine realities.
In case of absence, the single meeting can be recovered in future editions of the course (upon notice within 48h and subject to availability of places on the new dates).
Partecipazione (10 posti disponibili): € 190
Intero corso (L’Italia del Vino – in 8 incontri): € 320
E’ possibile partecipare ai singoli incontri previa verifica disponibilità posti.
Il Corso sul vino italiano sarà confermato al raggiungimento di un numero minimo di partecipanti.
For info and reservations:
335 421015 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Course on Italian wine
The courses in tasting and approaching wine aim to allow an ever-increasing number of enthusiasts to take their first steps in the world of tasting and wine. Divided into shorter but no less in-depth modules, these courses aim to equip participants with the main tasting techniques</ strong>and the fundamental coordinates for moving in the world of wine</ strong>.
The itineraries take place in four, six and eight meetings and have as central themes sensory tasting, the world of wine (from the vineyard to the glass), the wine territories Italians and foreigners. Each meeting has a tasting focus on tastings (from two to four) of wines chosen from among the most representative of national and international enological realities and expressions.
The wine tasting and introduction courses are ideal for expanding the boundaries of our palate and our food and wine culture, savoring uncommon oenological expressions and enriching our gustatory baggage. Among vineyards and cellars, sparkling and sweet wines, sensory analysis and the history of good drinking: a journey backwards from the glasses to the territories, to learn to intuit, understand and appreciate the oenological project behind each great wine.