On June 3rd 2016, the most important tasting event in Denmark outdid itself with 1,300 participants between trade and public.
It was an unprecedented success that of the 2016 Barolo & Friends Event which, for the eighth year in a row brought hundreds of enthusiasts and sector professionals to taste the wines of some 40 Piedmontese producers in the elegant halls of Børsen in Copenhagen. At the end of the three sessions, 1,300 were the people hosted in the historic palace in the heart of the Danish capital. The success is reconfirmed season after season proving that this event has become a reference point for those who love top quality wine and food products. Also this eight edition was supported by the Italian Embassy in Copenhagen, thus giving further proof to its relevance.
Strategic destination for the Piedmontese producers, Denmark is one of the countries where the Italian wine is better known and appreciated: the steady growth in demand (54% in the last seven years) has made Italy the leading wine exporter, ahead of France.
Unlike the previous editions, that of 2016 was concentrated in a single day, with the winning format proposed in the last seven years: a session reserved for trade and the other two for the general public, with in-depth thematic workshops to present the top quality food and wine production of Piedmont. On the evening before the event, as a preview, two wine dinners had been organized. Opened to the general public, they had been hosted at the elegant restaurant Maio and at the Italian biotrattoria Ché Fè, both in the centre of Copenhagen, with the best dishes of the Italian cuisine paired with great Piedmontese wines in the presence of producers and their local representatives.
Friday, June 3rd 2016:
11.00 / 14.30: “Walk Around Tasting” dedicated to professionals (importers, distributors, wine shops, restaurateurs, sommeliers, etc..) and some journalists of the sector.
15.30 / 17.45: “Walk Around Tasting” dedicated to the general public (first session).
18.15 / 20.30: “Walk Around Tasting” dedicated to the general public (second session).
17.15 / 18.15: Master Class “Wine&Food Moments” dedicated to the public of wine lovers, with tasting of 4 wines not showcased in the main hall, paired with the cheeses of Consorzio per la Tutela del formaggio Robiola di Roccaverano D.O.P., hazelnuts and products prepared with hazelnuts supplied by Corilanga and three Parma hams with three different levels of aging (18, 24 and 36 months) supplied by Consorzio del Prosciutto di Parma.
Trade and public sessions:
Agricola Sulin – Grazzano Badoglio (AT)
Baccà, Ghilino Federico – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Cascina Castlet – Costigliole d’Asti (AT)
Cascina Liuzzi – Nizza Monferrato (AT)
Conterno Fantino – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Costa Catterina – Castagnito (CN)
Del Tufo – Dogliani (CN)
Domenico Clerico – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
L”Astemia pentita – Barolo (CN)
Malvirà – Canale (CN)
Manzone Giovanni – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Mauro Sebaste – Alba (CN)
Michele Chiarlo – Calamandrana (AT)
Monchiero Fratelli – Castiglione Falletto (CN)
Podere Ruggeri Corsini – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Poderi Roset – Verduno (CN)
Ponchione Maurizio – Govone (CN)
Réva – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Josetta Saffirio – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Sessanea – Monastero Bormida (AT)
Silvia Castagnero – Agliano Terme (AT)
Simone Scaletta – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Tenimenti Famiglia Cavallero – Scurzolengo (AT)
Tenuta San Mauro – Castagnole delle Lanze (AT)
Tenuta Tenaglia – Serralunga di Crea (AL)
Terre del Barolo – Castiglione Falletto (CN)
Trediberri – La Morra (CN)
Villa Giada – Canelli (AT)
Only trade session:
Only public sessions:
Con il Patrocinio dell’Ambasciata d’Italia a Copenaghen
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