Borsa Vini Italia 2018

‘Borsa Vini’ means ‘wine exchange’ and for those looking for innovative and commercial quality wines this event offers the best opportunity for importers to update and expand their portfolio of Italian wines. ‘Borsa Vini’ means ‘wine exchange’ and for those looking for innovative and commercial quality wines this event offers the best opportunity for importers to update and expand their portfolio of Italian wines.

The Italian Trade Agency is to bring a delegation of 30 Italian wine producers from Southern Italy and the islands to Dublin on Tuesday 27th February.

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They’ll present their wines at the Conrad Hotel on Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2, between midday and 6pm .

The 30 producers all come from the regions of Campania, Calabria, Basilicata, Puglia, Sicily, Abruzzo, Molise and Sardegna and all seek representation here.

‘Borsa Vini’ means ‘wine exchange’ and for those looking for innovative and commercial quality wines this event offers the best opportunity for importers to update and expand their portfolio of Italian wines.

Irish Times wine writer John Wilson will lead a Masterclass between 11am and 12 to discover these wines from Southern Italy and the islands. Places are limited and will  be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

Participating wineries:

Abruzzo: Cantina Colle Moro; Fuschi Vini; Il Feuduccio; Pasetti; Rapino; Tenuta Arabona organic wines

Calabria: Colacino Wines; Le Moire Winery

 

Campania: Cantine Iorio; Cantine Ruggiero

 

Molise: Cantina Herero

Puglia: Cantine Le Grotte Uglia; Casa Primis; Corte Dei Frati CantinaeSud Vini; Tenuta Patruno Perniola 

 

Sardegna: Cantine Bingiateris; Cantina Del BovaleCantina Nuraghe Crabioni; Cantina Pedres; Montespada Agricola; Silvio Carta 

 

Sicilia:   Bonsignore Baglio e Vigne; Cantine Pepi; Costantino Wines; Gorghi Tondi; Ottoventi; Salvatore D’Amico;    Societá Agricola Destro SRL; Tenuta Bastonaca.

 

For more information or to register to attend contact:

Ireland: Jean Smullen, e-mail:  jean@jeansmullen.com or phone (086) 816 8468.

London: Antonietta Kelly, Trade Analyst, Italian Trade Agency,

Trade Promotion Section of the Italian Embassy

Direct +44 20 7292 3913 e-mail: a.kelly@ice.it

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