Sunday 19, Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 April 2020 the 1st edition of Natural Born Wines – Fair of Natural Winegrowers opens in the fascinating setting of Villa Boschi, just a few minutes from Verona. This fair of natural winemakers is born from the desire to give space and to introduce to enthusiasts and professionals a selection of natural winemakers who manage small and medium-sized farms.
The annual VinNatur tasting is a fantastic experience that encourages visitors to discover and learn more about natural wines. It is the most important event for natural wine in Italy, both in terms of the number of exhibitors as well as the number of visitors. At VinNatur Tasting, you will encounter mainly Italian but many other European wineries, and you may learn about the ideology and the methodology for wines made without heavy machinery, without chemicals and without additives, neither in the vineyard nor in the winery. During the three days, you have the opportunity to taste and purchase the natural wines from more than 170 different producers but also the opportunity to meet and speak directly with the winemakers themselves. Each producer has a personal story to tell and each terroir has a unique expression to discover. VinNatur Tasting is more than just a wine tasting – it is an informative, stimulating and cultural experience for both amateurs and professionals alike. Opening Times Saturday, April 18th from 10:00 to 18:00 Sunday, April 19th from 10:00 to 18:00 Monday, April 20th from 10.00 to 18.00
The Dogana Veneta of Lazise welcomes the twelfth edition of Anteprima Chiaretto. On Sunday 5 and Monday 6 April 2020, the Consortium for the Protection of Chiaretto and Bardolino, in collaboration with the municipality of Lazise, brings 60 producers to Lake Garda with about 120 wines to present the 2019 year of Chiaretto.
Strada Albera n.59/bis Castel Boglione
In the centre stands the castle, originally built in the thirteenth century by the Altesi family and completed in 1441 by the Tricerchi family. It served as a fortress for pilgrims marching to Rome on the Francigena road. Many of its decorative and structural features have been attributed to Baldassare Peruzzi.
Via Manfredi, 75-81, 83042 Atripalda AV
Wine tasters, sommelier, hiking guides, naturalistic guides, geologists, agronomists, oenologists, soil scientists and wine makers, all together to make your experience to discover the High Piedmont’s wines unique.