Ep. 1283 Vision 2030 (Italian)| Wine2Wine 2022 Recorded Sessions

Welcome to Episode 1283; Vision 2030: Building a shared future for Italian wine

Welcome to Wine2Wine Business Forum 2021 Series. The sessions are recorded and uploaded on Italian Wine Podcast. wine2wine is an international wine business forum, held annually in Verona Italy since 2014.

About this Session
Vision 2030 is the first project to define a strategy for the development of the Italian wine-growing system, the result of the analysis and experience of entrepreneurs and managers of wine companies in our country. A project that stems from the production base with the precise objective of bringing out the concrete demands of the sector and, consequently, to be able to provide the most coherent possible answers to the real needs of Italian wine companies and in line with the dynamics of the markets.

Ettore Nicoletto
Ettore Nicoletto began his career at Casa Vinicola Zonin where he held various positions, including Exports Director. In 2004, he moved over to the Santa Margherita Gruppo Vinicolo, where was appointed General Manager and then CEO from 2008 to 2020. In March 2020, Nicoletto was appointed President and CEO of Bertani Domains, a group owned by Angelini Group. Today Nicoletto is Vice President of the Vini di Federvini Group; President of the Tutela Lugana DOC Consortium; and a Federdoc Board Member.

Matilde Poggi
Matilde Poggi was born in 1962 and has been a winemaker in Veneto since 1984, in Cavaion Veronese, area of production of Bardolino doc.In 2010 she joined the FIVI Council, the Italian Federation of Independent Winegrowers, with the position of Vice-President, before becoming President in July 2013.Since April 2015 he has been Vice President of CEVI, the European Confederation of Independent Winegrowers.

Roberta Crivellaro
Roberta Crivellaro is the Managing Partner of the Italian Practice of the international law firm Withersworlwide. She specializes in corporate transactions (also cross-border) commercial and real-estate.Constantly listed by the Legal 500 directory as one of the best Italian lawyers in the Food & Beverage sector, she has dealt with the most important transactions in the wine industry.

Massimo Tuzzi
Massimo Tuzzi, 48 years old, from Friuli, has been at the top of Terra Moretti Vino since September 2020, after a long experience in the wine sector that began in 1997. Chief Executive Officer of the companies of the group: Bellavista, Contadi Castaldi, Petra, Sella & Mosca, Tenuta la Badiola, Tuzzi is today at the head of one of the main companies in the wine sector with 1150 hectares of vineyards located in some of the most suitable areas of Italian viticulture. Consolidation of the generational transition and management and enhancement of human capital: the cornerstones of his mandate.

Marco Nannetti
Marco Nannetti was born in Imola in 1968 and obtained the diploma of Agrarian Expert in 1987 at the Istituto Tecnico Agrario “G. Scarabelli” in Imola. Married and father of two children, from 1990 to 2009 he was the regional manager of Emilia Romagna for the wine sector of Confederazione Italiana Agricoltori (the Italian Farmers’ Confederation)

Marcello Lunelli
Marcello Lunelli, 53 years old, is the successor of Mauro Lunelli in the role of winemaker for the technical-production sector. He gained a lot of experience first at school and then in the field, that is, in the cellar and the vineyard, through internships and studies in Germany, California, and South Africa. And, of course, in Ferrari next to his uncle.

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