Doi Marie Winefest, Attilio Senza opened the ninth edition

Doi Marie Winefest, Attilio Senza opened the ninth edition

Taranto: Due Mari WineFest, Attilio Scienza opened the ninth edition

June 12 and 13: Two days of competitions, tourist visits and conferences

Professor Attilio Science

Attilio Scienza, one of the most recognizable names in the national wine scene, will be in Taranto on June 12-13 to open the beginning of the ninth edition of Due Mari WineFest (which will take place July 28-30 at Mon Rêve Refuge).

The two-day event, organized in collaboration with Offwine, aims to educate about the world of wine and enrich the regional marketing project involving Taranto.

“We want Due Mari WineFest not to be seen as a simple food and wine event, but as an opportunity to tell Taranto through food and wine by encouraging wine tourism itineraries,” The organizers commented Stefania Raisa, Fabio and Andrea Romandini.

The event is open to wineries in the Apulian region, to those who commit to Due Mari WineFest and will be organized as follows.

June 12th

The now well-known team will be headed by Attilio Sinza Competition “Due Mari WineFest 2023”During which he will decide, in the presence of a mixed jury, made up of the staff of the AIS – the delegation of Taranto and the non-technical staff, the three best red, white and rosé wines among those he has tasted. The awards ceremony will take place during the event in Moon Reve.

June 13th

At noon on June 13, at 17.00, the organization and the companies that have joined the initiative will accompany Attilio Senza on a tour to discover Taranto from the sea on boats of the Junian Dolphin Reserve.

See also  Always working with knowledge and conscience

However, at 7.00 pm Scienza will hold a conference titled “Myth and DNA in the Origin of Canelian Vineyards”. Speaking with him will be Pierpaolo Sirch, Production Manager at Feudi San Gregorio and Co-Founder of Simonit and Sirch, and Nicola Bello, CEO of Offwine and a consultant who specializes in wine science.

The meeting will be moderated by Angela Giassi, Ice Bartender. At the end of the conference, guests will be offered an aperitif.

The meeting will take place at Palazzo Amati, home of the Jonian Dolphin Society, which has been collaborating with Due Mari WineFest for years. Due Mari WineFest, through the initiatives it has been implementing since 2016, not only promotes the region by associating it with food and wine, but also supports Jonian Dolphin research activity, sharing mission and values.

The conference will be attended by, among others, the Regional Adviser for Agriculture and Agro-Food Industries Donato Pentasoglia and Fabrizio Manzoli, Vice-Mayor of the Municipality of Taranto. Event partner Larry Agency and AIS Puglia – Taranto Commission.

Who is Attilio Senza?

Born in Serra Ricco (Genoa) in March 1945. Graduated with distinction in Agricultural Sciences at the Faculty of Agriculture of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Piacenza in a. 1968-1969.

From 2009 to 2014 he was Head of the Degree Course in Viticulture and Oenology at the University of Milan, holder of the Course on Genetic Improvement of Viticulture and Regional Viticulture until 2015, the year of his retirement. From 1984 to 2002 he was the general director of the Agricultural Institute of S.Michele a / A.

See also  A giant prehistoric sea monster fossil has been found in Great Britain

He is a full academician of the Italian Academy of Vineyards and Wine and a corresponding member of the Academy of Gorgoville.

He was awarded the AEI Prize for Scientific Research in 1991, the Merciani International Prize in 2006, and the OIV-Paris Prize in the specialty of Viticulture for the best scientific book on viticulture and vine culture in 2003, 2008, 2011, 2012. and 2017. He is President of the Sanguis Jovis Foundation affiliated For the Banfi Foundation and Scientific Director of Finitaly International Academy.

He is the author of 380 scientific publications in international and national journals and conference proceedings and in national and international scientific pamphlets and monographs devoted primarily to viticulture and viticulture. He is the author of 32 printed texts dealing with artistic and cultural topics.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *