Italian wine: Mediterranean taste comes to Dublin

'Borsa Vini' translates as "wine exchange"; this special event will see some of Italy's finest producers visit Dublin
'Borsa Vini' translates as "wine exchange"; this special event will see some of Italy's finest producers visit Dublin

The Italian Trade Agency will bring a delegation of 32 Italian wine producers from Italy and its islands to Dublin this Tuesday, February 5, at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin 8. These producers, some of the country's finest, will discuss and demonstrate their blends, alongside a range of other talks and events.

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4 January 2019 | 0

32 of Italy’s most innovative and best-known wine producers will visit Dublin on Tuesday, February 5, for the Borsa Vini “Wine Exchange” event, at the Radisson Blu Hotel. These producers, from the mainland as well as the Mediterranean islands, hail from regions including Puglia, Abruzzo, Calabria, Sicily, Tuscany and more, and all will be seeking representation from Irish brands and buyers.

This event is an opportunity for importers to update and expand their portfolio of Italian wines.

Alongside the exhibition, John Wilson of the Irish Times will lead a masterclass to guide visitors through a selection of wines from South Italy and the islands. Spots at this masterclass are limited, so interested parties will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

The Borsa Vini event takes place on Tuesday, 5 February  2019 from midday – 6pm, while the masterclass will be held at 11am.

To register to attend, click here or contact Jean Smullen on jean@jeansmullen.com or 086 816 8468.

 

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