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Barolo

I Vini del Piemonte at the “Wine Project” of Collisioni

The consortium of promotion will organize again a seminar for Piedmontese companies within the 2019 Wine Project.

From 3rd to 8th July 2019, the Wine Project”, returns to Barolo. Conceived by the journalist and Vinitaly’s scientific director Ian D’Agata within Festival Agrirock “Collisioni”, the “Wine Project” is considered as the most innovative event of the last ten years in Italy by national and international media.

Also this year the “Wine Project” will include tastings and meetings dedicated to labels and designations as well as short seminars addressed to more than 60 sector professionals: journalists of the main international magazines, importers, awarded sommeliers and experts directly chosen by Ian D’Agata for their international influence and their commercial impact on the markets they are related to.

Following this success and with the aim of growing the promotional activities in Piedmont and Italy, the consortium of promotion I Vini del Piemonte will propose a new tasting seminar inside the 2019 Wine Project which will be conceived together with Ian D’Agata and the Collisioni team. It will be an extraordinary occasion for the wine companies that will have the opportunity to present themselves to some of the most renowned wine experts and journalists in the world.

The seminar will be guided by a presenter and addressed to 10/15 international professionals. Each producer will have the opportunity to present one or two wines (chosen by the scientific board among the fourth to propose) and their wine companies, interacting with the expert board.

For further information on the 2019 Wine Project and the guests of this edition click here.

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