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The history of wines fascinates more and more

The history of wines fascinates more and more

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The history of wines fascinates more and more

Full room for the “tachis tribute” tasting of the sommelier Federation

BOLZANO. It was a very unique event, organized in recent days by the regional delegation of the Italian Sommelier Foundation, led by the Bolzanino Raffaele Fischetti, which took place in the premises of the Cellar Muri Gries. A historic tasting tribute to Giacomo Tachis, one of the unforgettable masters of Italian enology, the father of absolute enoustic masterpieces and almost synonymous with Sassicaia. In tasting, the production of the Mannucci Droandi oenological company with bottles created by Giacomo Tachis’s hand, and therefore obviously a tasting unrepeatable. Past (4 wines in tasting) and present (the last two corporate wines produced by Gianfrancesco Paoletti, the oenologist of the Tachis School) went through 12 years of production, appreciating the evolutions.

Everything about the chain of the class of Tuscany’s territoriality. All production is in organic certification and the last bit of the evening was a “champion of barrel” by Vin Santo in 2008 coupled with organic caltuccini brought directly from a Valdarno oven in Tuscany.

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