Welcome to this 1st instalment of our Russian Tour. Dr. Rebecca Lawrence introduces you to 4 Italian wine producers taking part in the B2B VINITALY RUSSIA sessions in Russia this year, each of them chose one wine that best represents their winery:
Montelvini is a family-owned winery, located in Venegazzù, in the heart of one of the most famous wine regions in the world. This area in particular is famous for the exclusive production of Asolo Prosecco DOCG, of which they are proud ambassadors. Wine to try: Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG.
Casale del Giglio.
Casale del Giglio is a winery located 30 miles south of Rome. In parallel with the challenge to select Italian and international varieties best suited to the area, Casale del Giglio has always maintained a keen interest in Lazio’s native grape varieties such as Biancolella, Cesanese and Pecorino rediscovered in areas close to the property. Wine to try: Anthium Bianco Lazio IG.
Azienda Vinicola Anna Spinato.
The story of Anna Spinato is the story of a Venetian family from Ponte di Piave, conquered by the love for wine and the passion for its land. Created by Pietro in 1952, who understood the enological potential of the land, today his daughter Anna and his nephew Roberto work to give it identity, value and prestige to international and local wines. Wine to try: Prosecco DOC Rose Millisimato Brut.
Cantina Valpolicella Negrar.
Since 1933, Cantina Valpolicella Negrar has been producing quality wines, a sincere expression of the territory of Valpolicella Classico area, in northern Italy, where they cultivate over 700 hectares of vineyards. Amarone and Ripasso are our leading wine, made with a mix of tradition and modernity. Wine to try: Liparello Amarone DOCG Classico.
Vinitaly Russian Tour is a series dedicated to the events being held at the end of March this year in Moscow and St. Petersburg at Borsa Vini – Vinitaly Russia, organised by the Veronafiere and the Italian Trade Agency powered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.