Roero DOCG and Roero Arneis will be the center of attention during two days of tastings, discussions, and workshops in Milan, March 26-27 at 10:30 am to 7:30 pm in the Navigli Museum.
On March 26 and 27, the Consortium of Roero will hold an important event in Milan: the 2017 edition of Roero Days, which aims to bring the top wines of the Roero to wine lovers and professionals with one-on-one meetings and tastings with the producers.
The Navigli Museum in Milan will host the event for two days. Taste wines made from nebbiolo – Roero and Roero Riserva – and white Roero Arneis. A total of 250 wines from over 60 wineries will be there, paired with DOP food products proposed by Assopiemonte; a delicious tasting, all in all.
And that’s not all. The program includes eight workshops:
• 10 Years of Roero Arneis 2005-2014: Sunday and Monday at 11 am
• 15 Years of Roero and Roero Riserva 1997-2011: Sunday and Monday at 1 pm
• Comparing native Italian reds from 2011: Chianti Classico, Sforzato di Valtellina, Taurasi, Primitivo di Manduria, Etna Rosso, Roero: Sunday and Monday at 3 pm
• Comparing native Italian whites from 2013: Alto Adige Pinot Bianco, Vermentino di Gallura, Fiano d’Avellino, Colli Orientali del Friuli Friulano, Soave, Roero Arneis: Sunday and Monday at 5 pm
And two round table discussions:
• Roero and the image of the territory: Sunday at 4 pm
• Roero DOCG and its crus: the birth of Menzioni Geografiche Aggiuntive: Monday at 4 pm
The workshops and thematic wine tastings will end with three dishes created by the Michelin-starred chef Davide Palluda, of the restaurant All’Enoteca in Canale, Piemonte. They will all be conducted by qualified wine critics, such as Dario Cappelloni, Daniele Cernilli, Lorenzo Colombo, Gianni Fabrizio, Fabio Gallo, Giancarlo Gariglio, Andrea Gori, Vittorio Manganelli, Alessandro Masnaghetti, Roberto Racca, and Paolo Zaccaria – professionals who will highlight the special characteristics of the grape varieties that are so important to the Roero, Arneis and Nebbiolo, from top wine producers of the area.
The events may be booked online at the Consortium of Roero’s website.
Don’t miss this occasion to discover the infinite nuances of the most famous wines of the Roero, a region that's still yet to be discovered by many.
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