Wine tasting in Tokyo: Slow Wine and I Vini del Piemonte are back!

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We’re in love with Japan! On Monday, November 18th, we’ll be back in Tokyo with the Slow Wine World Tour. We’ll celebrate Italian wine with a great tasting: more than 65 top producers from all over the country will present their labels to the best of the Japanese professionals.

The wine tasting in Tokyo will be hosted by the prestigious THE STRINGS OMOTESANDOH Hotel.

Details:

November 18 (Mon), 2019 3-6-8 KitaAoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: Connected to Omotesandoh station B5 exit

Why Italian wineries like our Slow Wine World Tour

Asian market is one of the most important wine market in the world. Every year a lot of Italian wineries decide to join Slow Wine World Tour. The event is organized by the consortium I Vini del Piemonte, in cooperation with Slow Wine. Slow Wine is the Slow Food guide to Italian wines, whose team selects wineries which produce wine respecting its organoleptic values as well as territory, tradition and identity, every year.

“I Vini del Piemonte” includes about 230 wine companies from Piedmont. Its aim is to promote and communicate in the best way possible the richness and peculiarities of the different Piedmontese wine designations.

Every winery which joins Slow Wine World Tour has the chance in Tokyo to get known, to know the Japanese way to understand wine and to find contacts for their business (importers, influencers, journalists etc.).

Why Japanese professionals attend Slow Wine wine tasting in Tokyo

The event at the Strings Omotesando will be reserved for the sector professionals (importers, restaurateurs, Ho.Re.Ca, sommeliers, journalists, bloggers, etc.). This is an unique chance for Japanese sector professionals to get to know producers, wines and the stories behind them in a personal and professional way.

The attending wineries were carefully selected to guarantee the Japanese wine lovers the possibility to meet those who represent a good, clean and fair enology. These wines are produced with the hard work of producers who directly grow their vines and control the entire production chain. The selected labels are the result of a sustainable viticulture for the environment, with a low use of chemicals. Moreover, these wines are the product of (high end) winemaking skills that let the territory of origin and the vine varieties shine. Those wine companies are fully in line with the Slow Food philosophy.

Wine tasting in Tokyo: the programme & the producers

  • 12:00-17:00 Grand Tasting (B1F East&West Suite)
    Masterclass (2F Gramercy House)
  • 11:00-12:00 Wine and Enviromental Sustainability according to Slow Wine
  • 13:30-14:30 Piedmontese Excellencies
  • 16:00-17:00 Wine Excellencies throughout Italy, North to South

Scroll the list of the wineries that join the Slow Wine World Tour.

 

ABRUZZO

Chiamami Quando Piove – Valori
Tenuta Masciangelo
Valle Reale

 

APULIA

Amastuola
Rosa del Golfo

 

BASILICATA

Elena Fucci
Grifalco

 

CAMPANIA

I Cacciagalli

 

EMILIA-ROMAGNA

Cantina della Volta
I Sabbioni
Luretta
Villa Venti

 

FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA

Gradis’ciutta
Villa Russiz

 

LOMBARDY

Negri

 

PIEDMONT

Anna Maria Abbona
Aurelio Settimo
Castello di Perno
Cerrino
Cocito Dario
Conterno Fantino
Diego Conterno
Dogliotti1870
Franco Conterno – Cascina Sciulun
Fratelli Moscone
Gagliardo
Giuseppe Cortese
Tenuta Garetto
Giacomo Vico
L’Armangia
La Colombera
Marziano Abbona
Orlando Abrigo
Paolo Manzone
Parusso
Rizieri
Rosoretto
Silvia Castagnero
Vinchio & Vaglio Serra

 

SICILY

Benanti
I Custodi delle Vigne dell’Etna
Tenuta di Castellaro

 

TUSCANY

Caiarossa
Camigliano
Corzano e Paterno
Fattoria di Magliano
Fèlsina
Gagliole
Il Colombaio di Santa Chiara
La Querce
Montenidoli
Tenuta San Jacopo
Melini
Petrolo
Riecine
Terenzuola
Terre Nere

 

TRENTINO

Pisoni

 

UMBRIA

Leonardo Bussoletti
Roccafiore

 

VENETO

BiancaVigna
Bolla
Borgoluce
Case Paolin
Corte Rugolin
La Cappuccina
Le Colture
Prosecco Baldi
Sorelle Bronca