What we are reading about Vino 2017 in these days:
Featuring Marisa D’Vari‘s experience at VINO 2017:
“What a great #Vino2017 with a great panel of wine experts, all showing firm evidence of why Italian wine is so popular in the USA. It has also energized Italy to spend 20 million over the next three years on even more marketing.”
Jeremy Parzen had a great time too:
“The organizers really did a great job of bringing top wine professionals and writers to New York for the seminars and grand tasting.”
W. Blake Gray focuses his article on the Wine Opinions survey results presented at VINO 2017.
“Grape varieties are Italy’s viticultural treasure and marketing curse. The country, though just two-thirds the size of California, claims more than 500 indigenous grapes.”Read more>
Bruno Domaggio reviews the wine he tasted at the Superbowl party, the exclusive kick off event just for trade and press, featuring the Superbowl game on megascreen.
“That event featured over forty Italian wines and not so typical Superbowl snacks such as risotto with porcini mushrooms, orecchiette with broccoli rabe, manicotti and assorted salamis and cheeses.”
Patricia Thompson is delighted with the amazing wines she enjoyed at Vino! And she doesn’t hide her passion for Rose’:
“It seems that rosé is indeed the passion these days. According to panelist Jeff Porter of the Bastianich hospitality group, “We’re now doing flights of rosé at our restaurants. Customers like it and expect it.” Eric Guido, marketing director at the Morrell Wine Group, concurs: “Now rosé is sold all year, not just in summer. When it comes to retail, we’re moving forward in leaps and bounds.”” Read more>
David Ransom, from the Connected table, is happy to talk about Italian Wines at Vino 2017 with David Lynch, moderator of our round table on “Trends and Opportunities in the US Market for Italian Wines”. Read more>