The video of the exciting two day event “Terracotta and Wine 2014” with images from around the world on wine made in amphora

2015/04/13     / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

The video of Terracotta and Wine 2014 recounts the excitement and enthusiasm of two extraordinary days, the 22nd and 23rd of last November, when wine producers from Italy and all over the world met at the old terracotta works Fornace Agresti in Impruneta. The event organized by Artenova had a high number of visitors (more than 200 people on the first morning of the event) and offered a global overview with about 70 different wines produced in terracotta. Leonardo Gamanossi has condensed the most exciting moments of the unforgettable two days into a 10-minute video.

Here is a brief outline of the highlights of the event shown in the video:

00:28 Technical conference with professors Christophe Caillaud, Giorgi Barisashvili and Antonio Tirelli with the intervention of winemaker Luigi Armanino.

1:59 Winemaker and agronomist, Adriano Zago, presents four important companies of the Italian and global wine scene: Al di là del fiume (Emilia Romagna), I Cacciagalli (Teano, Campania), Castello dei Rampolla (Panzano in Chianti, Tuscany), Foradori (Mezzolombardo, Trentino Alto Adige).

3:09 Francesco Bartoletti, winemaker from the association “Gruppo Matura” and technical consultant of Artenova, explores wine making in terracotta from around the world with: Azienda Agricola Cos, Tenuta Casadei, Agricola Cirelli and Crealto (all from Italy), Pyramid Valley Vineyard (New Zealand), Trofeo Estate (Australia), AmByth Estate (California), Gotsa Wines (Georgia).

5:31 Stefano Casadei wine producer of Tenuta Casadei (Suvereto) and Castello di Trebbio (Pontassieve) and Olianas (Gergei, Sardinia): the discovery of amphorae from Georgia to Impruneta with Artenova.

6:09 Francesco Cirelli of Agricola Cirelli (Atri, Abruzzo): recounts his experimentation with Artenova amphorae and 3 typical wines from Abruzzo (Trebbiano, Cerasuolo and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo) and his aim to rediscover old traditions.

7:46 Concert by the Choir “Coro Polifonico del Chianti Fiorentino” guests of the event.

8:20 Ribbon cutting with the Mayor of Impruneta Alessio Calamandrei, Deputy Mayor Joele Risaliti and Leonardo Parisi owner of Artenova, with his father Giuseppe.


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