The wines rare of the Aeolian Islands
Friday 5 May 2023 hours 20,00
Exclusive guided wine tasting of the Aeolian Islands.
The wines of the Aeolian Islands are rare gems and precious daughters of a territory and a centuries-old productive tradition.
The beautiful archipelago is composed of 7 islands immersed in the cobalt blue of the Mediterranean, and each one preserves its own history and the daughter traditions of the populations that have inhabited them, Greeks, Romans, Turks, Spaniards, Normans.
What unites them is the fertility of the volcanic soil, where the vines have their roots, which gives the wines peculiar and unique characteristics.
In this event we will have a chat with the producer Salvatore D’Amico who will tell us the story of his wines and his land, accompanied by our teacher Marco Romagnoli.
The farm of Salvatore D’Amico, one of the oldest on the island of Salina, is a Slowfood presidium and produces only 9000 bottles a year from traditional vines and with ancient winemaking techniques.
• Léne Salina Bianco PGI (Malvasia secca)
• Racina Salina Bianco PGI (Catarratto and Inzolia)
• Praiola Salina Bianco PGI (Catarratto and Inzolia)
• Par Rosé Salina Rosato igp (Nerello Mascalese and Cappuccio)
• Tenuta Ruvoli Salina Rosso igp (Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio, Corinto Nero)
• Malvasia delle Lipari doc (Malvasia and Corinto Nero)
Please bring your own briefcase with glasses, if you do not have it, you can pick up a box of 6 by paying a small additional fee of 15 euros.
Opening room 19:30 – evening starts at 20:00
Participation fee and payment methods:
The participation fee for the event is
37 euros for members
44 euro for non-members
The payment of the fee must be made upon registration by bank transfer, credit card or PayPal
The receipt of the participation fee will arrive by email to the address you indicate.
For further information:
SMS and Whatsapp +39 392 045 8249
Tel. Paolo Quadraccia +39 388 6133062