Preview VitignoItalia 2018


VitignoItalia landed in Rome at the Gastronomy Festival organized by Witaly and Luigi Cremona, the prestigious signature of enogastronomic journalism. The event will take place at Officine Farneto from the 7th to the 10th October 2017. Several initiatives, such as the Preview VitignoItalia, will be held on Monday, October 9th from 5 pm to 11 pm.

Entry will be reserved exclusively to industry and media professionals. In order to participate, please download the form, compile it, and send it by email to info@vitignoitalia.eu, or call +39 081 4104533.

The 2017 programme

Sunday 21st May, opens at 3 pm, closes at 10 pm
Admission and wine glass: €25
Three days ticket subscription: €40

TASTING ROOM

- 4 pm
The age-old history and philosophy of Acetaia Giusti
Taste itinerary of 7 different balsamic vinegars, starting from the IGP, passing through the DOP, up to the 100-year old vinegar, run by Guido Nisi, expert and Acetaia Giusti manager.

- 5.30 pm
The Friulano of villa Russiz, Livio Felluga, Vigne di Zamò and Nanonis. Four different interpretations of what we used to call Tocai.

- 7 pm
The Black Truffle of Irpinia in combination with wines from Campania, organized by Campania Region, tastings by AIS.

Monday 22nd May, opens at 3 pm, closes at 10 pm
Admission and wine glass: €20
Three days ticket subscription: €40

TASTING ROOM

- 3 pm Tasting Room
Tasting of the award-winning wines by the Catalogue Guide of the Campania Region Wine-producing holdings, Campania Region Agriculture Department in partntership with the Italian Association of Campania Sommelier.
Tasters: Nicoletta Gargiulo and Maria Sarnataro
Greco of Tufo docg 2015 “Vigna Cicogna”
Falanghina of Sannio doc Guardia Sanframondi 2015 “Vigna Suprema”
Paestum Igt Fiano 2015 “Kratos”
Costa of Amalfi doc white Furore 2014 “Fiorduva”
Colli of Salerno igt Red 2011 “Borgo di Gete”
Taurasi docg 2010 “Spalatrone”
Colli of Salerno igt 2014 “Montevetrano”

- 5 pm Tasting Room
Wine tasting of the award-winning wines by the Catalogue Guide of the Campania Region Wine-producing holdings, Campania Region Agriculture Department in partnership with the Italian Association of Campania Sommelier.
Tasters: Tommaso Luongo and Franco De Luca
Spumante Asprino of Aversa doc classic Method “Priezza”
Irpinia doc Falanghina 2015 “Via del Campo”
Falanghina of Sannio doc 2015 “Fois”
Irpinia doc white 2015 “Campanaro”
Terre of Volturno igt Pallagrello black 2012 “Ambruco”
Taurasi docg 2017 “Pago dei Fusi”
Aglianico of Taburno docg 2009 “Vigna Cataratte” reserve

- 7 pm Tasting Room
Wine tasting of the award-winning wines by the Catalogue Guide of the Campania Region Wine-producing holdings, Campania Region Agriculture Department in partnership with the Italian Association of Campania Sommelier.
Tasters: Tommaso Luongo and Franco De Luca
Falanghina of Sannio doc 2016 “Janare”
Fiano of Avellino docg 2016
Taurasi docg 2009 “Radici” reserve
Falerno of Massico Rosso doc 2012
Lacryma Christi of Vesuvio doc white 2014 “Vigna del Vulcano”
Paestum Igt Aglianico 2013 “Gillo Dorfles”
Aglianico of Taburno docg 2013 “Terra di rivolta” reserve

CONFERENCE ROOM

- 3 pm
Study seminar - “ Wine Tourism as key incentive in the Value of the Wine Sector”.
Moderator: Giuseppe Festa, director of the “Wine Business” Master/Diploma course, University of Salerno.
Greetings: Maurizio Teti, manager Vitigno Italia
Introducing:
Filippo Diasco, General Director of Campania Region Agricultural Food and Forestry Policies
Speakers:
Raffaele Ferraioli, “Città del Vino” Campania Region Coordinator
Maria Paola Sorrentino, Regional President of Campania Wine Tourism Movement
Tommaso Luongo, Ais, Italian Association Campania Sommelier, Naples delegation
Rosa Cecchi, Marketing & Communication Area, Ismess consortium (“Il Vino del Tuffatore”)
Giovanni Giuliano, Coordinator of “I Vini del Principato”
Michelangelo Lurgi, President of “Rete Destinazione Sud”.
Conclusion:
Corrado Martinangelo, Italy - UE agricultural and food policy expert, network manager.

- 4.45 pm
Daniele Cernilli presents the book of Professor Luigi Moio, “Il respiro del vino”

- 6 pm
Presentation of the book “ Storia moderna del Vino italiano” (“Modern history of Italian Wine”) by Walter Filiputti.
A research-book that goes through the events that made our wine one of the most important ambassadors of the Made in Italy in the world. A journey that explores the countries, tells about the people and families that have contributed to the history of the Vigneto Italia.
Moderator: Stefano Carboni
Speakers: Alessandro Scorsone, Luciano Pignataro.
Salutations: Maurizio Teti.

Tuesday 23rd May, opens at 3pm, closes at 9pm
Admission and wine glass: €20
Three days ticket subscription: €40

TASTING ROOM

- 3pm, Tasting Room
“The many facets of Taurasi”
SPEAKER GERARDO PERILLO
Wine tasting of:
- TAURASI 2011
DE LISIO

- TAURASI 2011
CONTRADA

- TAURASI 2010
ANTICA HIRPINIA

- TAURASI RIERVA 2009
FEUDO APIANO

- TAURASI RISERVA 2009
LA MOLARA

- TAURASI RISERVA 2008
CALAFE'

- 4.30pm Tasting Room
The Irpinia black truffle in combination with Campania wines, by Campania Region, Tastings by FISAR.
SPEAKER PAOLILLO MAURIZIO
Wine tasting of:
- FIANO DI AVELLINO 2016
GERARDO PERILLO

- FIANO DI AVELLINO 2015
TENUTA CAVALIER PEPE

- GRECO DI TUFO 2015
FEUDO DI CASTELMOZZO

- 6 pm
Wine Becomes Philosophy through the words of Massimo Donà
The Philosophy Festival in Magna Graecia meets VitignoItalia

A path of “Knowledge” by Massimo Donà, professor of Theoretical Philosophy at San Raffaele, University of Milan.
The participants will be accompanied through an experience that involves and stimulates both the logical, rational and emotional level through ideas, musical atmospheres, Mediterranean tastes and wine tastings in a miscellany led by the anthropologist Annalisa di Nuzzo who will introduce the event.
Speaker Mariano Penza
Tasting by FISAR
Falerno of Massico Rosso doc 2012 - Villa Matilde


CONFERENCE ROOM

- 3.30pm
Bayer presents the workshop: Precision agriculture for the future of the planet. Businesses, producers, consumers and Media meet up.
There is an ever-increasing concern of the wine market over the social, economic and environmental responsibility issue together with the awareness of the food safety importance. Nowadays consumers show a marked sensibility toward sustainable viticulture and their choice of wine is also influenced by the way it was produced. This meeting will be the opportunity to discussed integrated solutions and new technologies, because a good wine is derived exclusively from healthy and high-quality grapes, grown in respect of the environment.

The 2017 programme

Sunday 21st May, opens at 3 pm, closes at 10 pm
Admission and wine glass: €25
Three days ticket subscription: €40

TASTING ROOM

- 4 pm
The age-old history and philosophy of Acetaia Giusti
Taste itinerary of 7 different balsamic vinegars, starting from the IGP, passing through the DOP, up to the 100-year old vinegar, run by Guido Nisi, expert and Acetaia Giusti manager.

- 5.30 pm
The Friulano of villa Russiz, Livio Felluga, Vigne di Zamò and Nanonis. Four different interpretations of what we used to call Tocai.

- 7 pm
The Black Truffle of Irpinia in combination with wines from Campania, organized by Campania Region, tastings by AIS.

Monday 22nd May, opens at 3 pm, closes at 10 pm
Admission and wine glass: €20
Three days ticket subscription: €40

TASTING ROOM

- 3 pm Tasting Room
Tasting of the award-winning wines by the Catalogue Guide of the Campania Region Wine-producing holdings, Campania Region Agriculture Department in partntership with the Italian Association of Campania Sommelier.
Tasters: Nicoletta Gargiulo and Maria Sarnataro
Greco of Tufo docg 2015 “Vigna Cicogna”
Falanghina of Sannio doc Guardia Sanframondi 2015 “Vigna Suprema”
Paestum Igt Fiano 2015 “Kratos”
Costa of Amalfi doc white Furore 2014 “Fiorduva”
Colli of Salerno igt Red 2011 “Borgo di Gete”
Taurasi docg 2010 “Spalatrone”
Colli of Salerno igt 2014 “Montevetrano”

- 5 pm Tasting Room
Wine tasting of the award-winning wines by the Catalogue Guide of the Campania Region Wine-producing holdings, Campania Region Agriculture Department in partnership with the Italian Association of Campania Sommelier.
Tasters: Tommaso Luongo and Franco De Luca
Spumante Asprino of Aversa doc classic Method “Priezza”
Irpinia doc Falanghina 2015 “Via del Campo”
Falanghina of Sannio doc 2015 “Fois”
Irpinia doc white 2015 “Campanaro”
Terre of Volturno igt Pallagrello black 2012 “Ambruco”
Taurasi docg 2017 “Pago dei Fusi”
Aglianico of Taburno docg 2009 “Vigna Cataratte” reserve

- 7 pm Tasting Room
Wine tasting of the award-winning wines by the Catalogue Guide of the Campania Region Wine-producing holdings, Campania Region Agriculture Department in partnership with the Italian Association of Campania Sommelier.
Tasters: Tommaso Luongo and Franco De Luca
Falanghina of Sannio doc 2016 “Janare”
Fiano of Avellino docg 2016
Taurasi docg 2009 “Radici” reserve
Falerno of Massico Rosso doc 2012
Lacryma Christi of Vesuvio doc white 2014 “Vigna del Vulcano”
Paestum Igt Aglianico 2013 “Gillo Dorfles”
Aglianico of Taburno docg 2013 “Terra di rivolta” reserve

CONFERENCE ROOM

- 3 pm
Study seminar - “ Wine Tourism as key incentive in the Value of the Wine Sector”.
Moderator: Giuseppe Festa, director of the “Wine Business” Master/Diploma course, University of Salerno.
Greetings: Maurizio Teti, manager Vitigno Italia
Introducing:
Filippo Diasco, General Director of Campania Region Agricultural Food and Forestry Policies
Speakers:
Raffaele Ferraioli, “Città del Vino” Campania Region Coordinator
Maria Paola Sorrentino, Regional President of Campania Wine Tourism Movement
Tommaso Luongo, Ais, Italian Association Campania Sommelier, Naples delegation
Rosa Cecchi, Marketing & Communication Area, Ismess consortium (“Il Vino del Tuffatore”)
Giovanni Giuliano, Coordinator of “I Vini del Principato”
Michelangelo Lurgi, President of “Rete Destinazione Sud”.
Conclusion:
Corrado Martinangelo, Italy - UE agricultural and food policy expert, network manager.

- 4.45 pm
Daniele Cernilli presents the book of Professor Luigi Moio, “Il respiro del vino”

- 6 pm
Presentation of the book “ Storia moderna del Vino italiano” (“Modern history of Italian Wine”) by Walter Filiputti.
A research-book that goes through the events that made our wine one of the most important ambassadors of the Made in Italy in the world. A journey that explores the countries, tells about the people and families that have contributed to the history of the Vigneto Italia.
Moderator: Stefano Carboni
Speakers: Alessandro Scorsone, Luciano Pignataro.
Salutations: Maurizio Teti.

Tuesday 23rd May, opens at 3pm, closes at 9pm
Admission and wine glass: €20
Three days ticket subscription: €40

TASTING ROOM

- 3pm, Tasting Room
“The many facets of Taurasi”
SPEAKER GERARDO PERILLO
Wine tasting of:
- TAURASI 2011
DE LISIO

- TAURASI 2011
CONTRADA

- TAURASI 2010
ANTICA HIRPINIA

- TAURASI RIERVA 2009
FEUDO APIANO

- TAURASI RISERVA 2009
LA MOLARA

- TAURASI RISERVA 2008
CALAFE'

- 4.30pm Tasting Room
The Irpinia black truffle in combination with Campania wines, by Campania Region, Tastings by FISAR.
SPEAKER PAOLILLO MAURIZIO
Wine tasting of:
- FIANO DI AVELLINO 2016
GERARDO PERILLO

- FIANO DI AVELLINO 2015
TENUTA CAVALIER PEPE

- GRECO DI TUFO 2015
FEUDO DI CASTELMOZZO

- 6 pm
Wine Becomes Philosophy through the words of Massimo Donà
The Philosophy Festival in Magna Graecia meets VitignoItalia

A path of “Knowledge” by Massimo Donà, professor of Theoretical Philosophy at San Raffaele, University of Milan.
The participants will be accompanied through an experience that involves and stimulates both the logical, rational and emotional level through ideas, musical atmospheres, Mediterranean tastes and wine tastings in a miscellany led by the anthropologist Annalisa di Nuzzo who will introduce the event.
Speaker Mariano Penza
Tasting by FISAR
Falerno of Massico Rosso doc 2012 - Villa Matilde


CONFERENCE ROOM

- 3.30pm
Bayer presents the workshop: Precision agriculture for the future of the planet. Businesses, producers, consumers and Media meet up.
There is an ever-increasing concern of the wine market over the social, economic and environmental responsibility issue together with the awareness of the food safety importance. Nowadays consumers show a marked sensibility toward sustainable viticulture and their choice of wine is also influenced by the way it was produced. This meeting will be the opportunity to discussed integrated solutions and new technologies, because a good wine is derived exclusively from healthy and high-quality grapes, grown in respect of the environment.

It’s showtime


There is no show without protagonists and performers. There is no magic without someone who experiences it. The 2017 VitignoItalia edition is even richer. A lot of brands, many player and, above all, you: the guests who pack Castel dell’Ovo, creating a unique atmosphere that is impossible to describe. The only way to understand it is to be there.

It’s showtime


There is no show without protagonists and performers. There is no magic without someone who experiences it. The 2017 VitignoItalia edition is even richer. A lot of brands, many player and, above all, you: the guests who pack Castel dell’Ovo, creating a unique atmosphere that is impossible to describe. The only way to understand it is to be there.

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