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“We must interpret wine, but also think of it for those who want to drink it, in which markets it will go, it is from there that one can think about how to make wine and with what tools, how to manage that land, that vine, which direction to give to the vineyard. Thinking like when you create a tailored suit, made from the creativity, sensitivity and skills of those who produce it, but tailored for those who will wear it “. Words of Luca d’Attoma, oenologist of the year, organic pioneer in Italy, producer with his Duemani winery, in Tuscany, and consultant for many important realities of Italian wine, from Tua Rita to Poggio al Tesoro, from San Polo to Tolaini, from Tenute Lunelli to Monte delle Vigne, passing through gems such as San Patrignano or Carlo Cracco, of which he takes care of the wine production. That WineNews met in Milan, in the boutique of the designer Luigi Lardini, in a moment of contact between wine and fashion.
Made in Italy icons that today return to promote and tell each other together in “La Vendemmia di MonteNapoleone”, edition n. 12 of the event signed by MonteNapoleone District
(here the program), which, from 11 to 17 October, will see many of the most prestigious Italian wineries protagonists of exclusive tastings in the “icon” shops of the Milanese fashion district, in the name of taste, elegance and beauty, alongside events in the event, sensory combinations and dedicated menus in gourmet restaurants, guided tours with wine tastings in exceptionally open private museums, Winery Tours from the city to the cellars and “search” for the White Truffle of Alba in the Langhe. And all this, while waiting for the partnership with the capital’s “twin” event, “La Vendemmia di Roma”, to be held from 18 to 24 October.
Under the banner of tailoring both in the glass and in the clothing, but also of moments of charity, such as the “Italian Masters” charity auction held by Christie’s in favor of Dynamo Camp Onlus, scheduled for October 12 at the Hotel Principe di Savoia, thanks to the wines and producers of the Great Cru of Italy Committee, now led by Valentina Argiolas, and which brings together 100 of the wineries most representative of the quality of Italian wine, which, for at least 20 years, have been producing wines with the highest ratings resulting from the crossing of the main and most authoritative Italian and foreign guides and magazines.

The boutiques & wines of “La Vendemmia di MonteNapoleoneDistrict”
Alberta Ferretti – Zenato
Bally – Col D’Orcia
Berluti – Allegrini
Brunello Cucinelli – Antonelli
Beccellati Milan – Tenute Cucco
Bulgari – Podernuovo
Burberry – Monte Rossa
Celine – Ruinart Brut Rosé
Cova Montenapoleone – Moët & Chandon
Damiani – Pico Maccario
Dolce & Gabbana – Donnafugata
Ermenegildo Zegna – Ferrari Perlé Magnum 2015, Trentodoc
Etro – Contadi Castaldi
Falconeri – Easter
Fratelli Rossetti – Berlucchi
Giada – Castle of the Terriccio
Herno – Coppo Winery
Hogan – Grappa Nonino
Illy Caffè – Cuzziol Grandivini
Larusmiani – Surrau
Marchesi 1824 – Kettmeir
Moncler – Tenuta San Leonardo
Montblanc – Barone Pizzini
Moorer – From the Roman oven
Omega – Bollinger Champagne
Paul & Shark – Novacella Abbey
Pinko – Banfi
Pomellato – Bersi Serlini
Sabbadini – San Patrignano
Salvatore Ferragamo Do – Il Borro
Salvatore Ferragamo Uo – Castiglion del Bosco
Santoni – Moroder
Sergio Rossi – Villa Sparina
Tod’s – Tenuta L’Entrata
Valentino – Antinori
Van Cleef & Arpels – Rocca di Frassinello
Venini – Masi
Canali – Montenisa Estate
Gianantonio A. Paladini – Champagne Mountadon
Alexander McQueen – La Piemontina
Banner – Tenute Ambrogio Folonari
Chanel – Rauzan Segla-Château Canon
Chiara Boni – Mionetto
Giorgio Armani – Ca ‘Marcanda
The DoubleJ – Maria Pia Castelli
Maison Margiela – Otb Farm
Missoni – Ferrari Maximum Rosé, Trentodoc
Philippe Model – Buonanno Cellars
Roger Vivier – Dorino and Barbì
Thom Browne – Krug
Rubinacci – Cecchi
Almini – Venica & Venica
Lanvin – Leone De Castris

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Marco Ribaudo

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For the love of food and wine! Marco Ribaudo, Certified Sommelier, with 25 years in the food and beverage industry now invites you to join him in his latest adventure, the opening of la Cucina del Vino to share his culture and passion for creating unforgettable memories around the table.

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