PUGLIA, CELLAR OF EUROPE: HOMELAND OF AT LEAST THREE NOBLE AND ANCIENT VARIETIES - PRIMITIVO, NERO DI TROIA AND NEGROAMARO...
“Vini e Cantine d’Italia” is a guide that has been promoting for years great Italian wines and it represents an important reference point for a lot of wine lovers. This year, it mentioned the Apulian winery Varvaglione 1921 with great merit, in the 675 selected wineries. Furthermore, in the guide there is a special excellence award to Papale Linea Oro Primitivo di Manduria DOP. Such certificate is available to download below this article.
Sakura Award, the most important international wine competition in Japan, with a an entirely female panel.
The Sakura Award is the second world wine competition, with female judges including only women who are wine experts and businesswomen in the field of wine and haute cuisine. Furthermore, the name Sakura means “cherry blossoms”, hence its connection to an entirely female competition.
Varvaglione’s story represents excellences of Taranto.
It is a story made by determination, tradition, courage, effort and trust in its own means, dreams and gifts from the land.
It is a story made by people, a team of dynamic, motivated and unanimous co-workers, who every day add stimulating details to Varvaglione’s company, inspired by a four-generation-long winemaking tradition.
Varvaglione1921 is participating at the 51st edition of Vinitaly, the greatest International Wine and Spirits Exhibition in Italy, that is taking place on 9th-12th April 2017 in Verona, with a rich programme and lots of news to introduce the best world and Italian wines.
“Each wine has its own glass”. This is something people say so many times that it almost seems ordinary, but...
“I Migliori Vini Italiani 2017”, (the 2017 Best Italian Wines) is an exciting event that took place last week in Rome and where Varvaglione 1921 pariticipated for the 98 points awarded to its “Papale Linea Oro-Primitivo di Manduria DOP” wine in the category “Best Red Wine in Italy”.