After more than two years, the doors of one of the most important food and wine events in Rome will finally reopen: Beviamoci Sud in Rome!
On 14th and 15th May, in Rome, the Agency Riserva Grande, in collaboration with Andrea Petrini, Percorsi di Vino blogger, and journalist Luciano Pignataro will promote the fourth edition of the event dedicated to the great wines of the south of Italy.
The event, which will be held at Hotel Villa Pamphili, via della Nocetta n. 105, is intended to promote exclusively wines that represent the various wine-growing areas of the fascinating south of Italy which also promote high-level quality standards.
This is a unique opportunity for wine lovers and professionals to taste all the wine excellences of a land that has been, for an unmemorable amount of time, a cradle of great wines with signature personality, permeated in history, culture and unique worldwide territoriality.
The South of Italy is an area that boasts many native grapes, different terroirs, distinct climates and specific wine traditions; it is a land proud of its natural predilection for growing native grapes, such as Nero d’Avola, Gaglioppo, Maglioppo, Cesanese, Greco Bianco, Primitivo, Aglianico, Nerello Mascalese, Cannonau, Malvasia Puntinata, Susumaniello, Bombino, Carricante, Fiano, Falanghina, just to name a few. The South of Italy is an area that has been considered a “felix” for viticulture since ancient times, even with due differences in the land, thanks to the extreme suitability of the soil for viticulture, its pedoclimate and geographical location. When we talk about wines from this region, we also talk about “nectars” derived from volcanic soils, rich in phosphorus, magnesium and potassium; nutrients that give freshness, complexity and unique flavours to the wine.
Through tastings and workshops we will be able to evaluate the different regional shades of the wines from the South of Italy. Great importance will be paid to workshops (our strength) which through horizontal or vertical tastings will aim to help you understand in depth the main characteristics of the various terroirs and their related wines.
Access to the tasting room and the wine tastings will follow the current health protocol to which all participants must comply to.
Dates and times
Saturday 14th May, 2:00-8:00pm
Sunday 15th May, 11:00am-7:00pm
Hotel Villa Pamphili, via della Nocetta, 105 – 00164 – Rome
TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
Reservations are not required to attend the event. Tickets can be purchased as follows:
- at the entrance of the event, €25
- online, at the following link: https://bit.ly/3qjJfTw, €20
– Sommelier: €20 (proof with a valid card for the current year required)
– Fidelity Card Riserva Grande: €20
At the entrance a glass pocket will be provided and a deposit of €5 will be required for the tasting glass, which will be given back upon return of the glass.
They can access the event only by registering via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org