Vini di Luce attended Villa Favorita on 8th-10th April 2017
in Monticello di Fara – Sarego (VI)
The location is close to Verona.
We presented the wines:
– Soave doc Nous Magenta – cru Castelcerino – 2015 and 2016
– Bianco Nous Sicilia 2014- 2016
– Cataratto Nous Sicilia 2014
– Nero d’Avola Nous Sicilia 2015
– Syrah Nous Sicilia 2015
Thank to all our visitors, it was a plasure to meet you!
Mr. Giorgio Zaglia will be personally present at the event in NYC.
Giorgio Zaglia Winery produces quality wines in Friuli, in the far northeast of Italy in the Latisana DOC wines area, where the existence of a consolidated winemaking tradition is unquestionable. The estate, stretching across a surface of about 30 hectares, is situated in the area of Precenicco and Pocenia, in the southwest of the Province of Udine between the Stella and the Tagliamento rivers, where the clay soil, rich in mineral salts, and the nearby Adriatic Sea, producing warm and salty air currents, create an extraordinary microclimate ideal for vine growing. The vines are grown according to low environmental impact standards: the grapes are picked strictly by hand; the vinification, based on refined physical techniques rather than chemical, is implemented in stainless steel vats at controlled temperature. Eventually, the ageing process both in steel and barrique gives birth to a series of balanced white and red classical wines from Friuli with appreciated genuine and noble features.
The winery offers tastings of its wines in the restaurant cellar.
The Vini di Luce wineries share a new way to make wine, with great respect of Nature. No need of fertilizers and pesticides, thanks to bringing back light and carbon in the vineyards. These unique wines really reflect the terroir of origin. Italian oenologist Alessandro Filippi is the pioneer of this approach and supervise the winemaking of Vini di Luce.
At the Vini di Luce stand the new wines of Cooperativa Vino Nuovo, Cristiana Meggiolaro and Rado Kocjancic wineries will be presented.
Cooperativa Vino Nuovo, gather small producers of West Sicily and Veneto. Wines: Catarratto, Nero d’Avola, Syrah from Sicily and Soave from Veneto.
Cristiana Meggiolaro, an artisan winery situated in the volcanic territory of monti Lessini veronesi. Wines: Durello frizzante, Garganega and Recioto di Gambellara.
Rado Kocjancic, versatile producer from Carso triestino, Friuli Venezia Giulia. Wines: Malvasia, Vitovska, Refosco.
Come and discover a new dimension of wine: Hall 8 Stand G2