The 4th edition of Wine–Wine Evenings
focuses on the influence of the soil when creating outstanding wines.
Besides climatic conditions, winemaking, viticultural practices, soil is cited as a key factor in crafting the final style of a wine. We will showcase wines from regions with special soils, which show character and sense of place. The Mosel (Germany) is based on slate, Burgundy (France) is on limestone but Chablis (France) is more on chalk. Rioja Alta (Spain) yields amasing wines on alluvial and calcareous clay, Beltiug shows reddish clay spots, Tokaj (Hungary) is volcanic and Naoussa’s (Greece) vines root in sandy clay.
You will find out more on the world’s greatest grape varities that have been enjoyed for centuries and caused appreciation and charm among both wine connoisseurs and the uninitiated.
Wine-in-Business, the host of the event, will award its students who achieved outstanding results at the institute’s Wine and Spirits courses in 2016.
The event will conclude with buffet, networking and joy.
Dress code: smart casual.
17:00-17:25 Registration of guests
Mosel, Germany-Immich Batterieberg-Gernot Kollmann-winemaker
Burgundy, France-Valentin Ceafalau, Vinimondo
Tokaj, Hungary-Istvan Balassa-winemaker
19:30-20:00 Coffee break, buffet
Beltiug, Romania-Nachbil-Edgar Brutler-winemaker
Rioja, Spain-Sierra Cantabria-Imre Szakacs-Orha Dip. WSET
Naoussa, Greece-Kir-Yianni-Vasilis Mylonas-viticulturist
21:30-22:00 Wine-in-Business Awards
22:00-23:00 Buffet, networking
Platinum sponsor of the event: Autonet Group
Gold Sponsors: Crush Wine Shop, Eurolines, Omniasig, OTP Bank, Tpa Romania, Quadral
Partners: Vinimondo, Selecciona, Greka Terra, Winetaste, Bricks Branding, Consult Scolari
Wineries: Nachbil, Balassa Bor, Kir-Yianni, Immich-Batterieberg, Sierra Cantabria, Olivier Leflaive, Anne Gros, Christian Moreau