Slow Wine in Stockholm, February 17th

slowine-logo-1-1Slow Wine – Slow Food Italian wine guide – will land in the Scandinavian country with its Slow Wine World Tour and, for the occasion, has chosen to organize a joint event with I Vini del Piemonte that, thanks to the experience accumulated over the years in the north European markets, is now considered a leader in the promotion abroad of Piedmontese wineries.

The event will be held on Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, one of the most prestigious hotels in the world.

The event will be divided into two separate sessions: one reserved for end users and one for professionals (including importers, representatives of companies that import, restaurateurs, hotels and catering companies with a license to import, representatives of the monopoly and their shops, sommeliers, wine journalists and wine tourism journalists, Swedish sommelier associations and wine bloggers) and will therefore be an excellent opportunity to establish business in Sweden because the producers will get in touch both with the representatives of the state wine monopoly (which manages sales of alcoholic beverages to private bodies), and with companies and importers who manage the import to restaurants and hotels and the resale to the Ho.Re.Ca sector, which is the second channel of the supply of alcoholic beverages in the country

We are also planning to organize some side activities, such as seminars for accredited professionals, dinners and tasting workshops for end consumers and sommeliers in top quality Italian restaurants.

The attention to an artisanal production of wine, for its protagonists, for the sustainable management of the vineyard, the organoleptic qualities of the wine associated with a strong, territorial connection with all these elements, will be the main themes of the event.

The aim of Slow Wine and the Consortium I Vini del Piemonte will be that of involving the main actors of a market with great growth – where consumers are very interested in top range Italian wines – such as that of Sweden.

The very careful selection of participating wineries is a further guarantee for Swedish enthusiasts who will have the opportunity to approach authentic interpreters of oenology within a framework that is good, clean and fair.



12 pm-5 pm >> session reserved to professionals

12pm-1pm >> Master Class exclusively dedicated to professionals, hosted by Jonathan Gebser
Great reds of Piedmont: the richness of its various expressions

5pm-6pm >> Master Class exclusively dedicated to professionals, hosted by Jonathan Gebser
The infinite potential of Italian wine

5.30 pm-8 pm >> session open to the public


Grand Hôtel
Södra Blasieholmshamnen
Box 164
103 27 Stockholm

Ticket: 245 SEK

Download the event presentation pdf



Bel Colle – Verduno (CN)
Boeri Alfonso S.S. – Costigliole d’Asti (AT)
Cantina Rosoretto Srl – Castiglione Falletto (CN)
Cascina Castlet – Costigliole d’Asti (AT)
Casetta F.lli – Vezza d’Alba (CN)
Ferraris Agricola – Castagnole Monferrato (AT)
Giacomo Vico – Canale (CN)
Malvirà – Canale (CN)
Marchesi Incisa della Rocchetta Az. Agr. – Rocchetta Tanaro (AT)
Pelassa – Montà d’Alba (CN)
Poderi Roset Soc. Agr. – Verduno (CN)
Réva – Monforte d’Alba (CN)
Sant’Anna dei Bricchetti S.S. – Costigliole d’Asti (AT)
Tenuta Tenaglia – Serralunga di Crea (AL)


Feudo Antico – Abruzzo
Castelvecchio – Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Damijan Podversic – Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Edi Keber – Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Le Due Terre – Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Vistorta – Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Zuani – Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Casale della Ioria – Lazio
Barone Pizzini – Lombardia
Calatroni – Lombardia
Montelio – Lombardia
Santa Barbara – Marche
Umani Ronchi – Marche
460 Cascina Bric – Piemonte
Adriano Marco e Vittorio – Piemonte
Antichi Vigneti di Cantalupo – Piemonte
Cascina Ca’Rossa – Piemonte
Castello di Neive – Piemonte
Ca’Viola – Piemonte
Diego Conterno – Piemonte
Elvio Cogno – Piemonte
Giovanni Almondo – Piemonte
Icardi az. agr. – Piemonte
Mossio – Piemonte
Oddero Poderi e Cantine – Piemonte
Piero Busso – Piemonte
Gianfranco Fino – Puglia
Benanti – Sicilia
I Custodi delle vigne dell’Etna – Sicilia
Tenuta Castellaro – Sicilia
Badia A Coltibuono – Toscana
Col d’Orcia – Toscana
Colognole – Toscana
Fattoria Corzano e Paterno – Toscana
Isola e Olena – Toscana
Podere Il Carnasciale – Toscana
Grigolli Bruno – Trentino-Alto Adige
Albino Armani – Veneto
Malibran – Veneto
Rubinelli Vajol – Veneto
Ruggeri – Veneto
Sorelle Bronca – Veneto