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LAMBRUSCO: the most exported Italian wine presented in Digital Format

by | May 28, 2021 | News | 0 comments

I Love Italian Food in collaboration with Consorzio di Tutela del Lambrusco DOC organized a series of digital tastings with young producers of the Denomination: the first appointment was on May 19, in connection with Tokyo, where the most famous red bubbles of the world were protagonists of the tasting for the Japanese market. On May 25th, instead, Lambrusco tasting was particularly appreciated by US professionals, coming from the cities of Houston, Denver, Portland and Seattle.  

Tokyo, Houston, Denver, Portland and Seattle are some of the locations that I Love Italian Food and the Consortium which unites the various types of Lambrusco DOC of Emilia Romagna have chosen to present all the colors of wine in a series of online tastings, guided by expert sommeliers of Italian wines together with the producers of the new Generation of Lambrusco. Young people on whom, as President Claudio Biondi explains, Consorzio Tutela Lambrusco is betting a lot:

“We want to make our “Young People” ambassadors of Lambrusco in the world. These are producers who, on average, speak two languages perfectly, know the product and are eager to share our tradition with new consumers – who are increasingly attentive and curious”. 

On Wednesday, May 19th, the focus was on the Japanese market and Tokyo, in a digital tasting moderated by the first Japanese sommelier in Italy Shigeru Hayashi, founder of Solo Italia and expert of wine on the Japanese market. On Tuesday May 25th, on the other hand, the appointment was with the US and sommelier Randall Restiano, Beverage Director at Eataly NYC, moderated the presentations of Lambrusco producers. These first two tastings will be followed by others in the fall, also designed for the American and Japanese markets.

We are pleased to have launched this international promotional campaign in collaboration with the Lambrusco DOC Consortium. The goal of these wine tastings, part of our Academy project, is to increase the literacy and knowledge of one of the symbolic products of the Italian wine world.

Says Alessandro Schiatti, CEO and co-founder of I Love Italian Food. 

Each Academy appointment is reserved for a selected number of professionals, mainly from the Ho.Re.Ca. world, who, by enrolling, receive a free sample of Lambrusco bottles. In this way they can feel more involved and taste the wines live, guided by expert sommeliers who explain the product and also suggest possible matchings with dishes of the Italian cuisine and not only. 

To watch again the first two events of this series of Lambrusco DOC tastings, just click on the following links:

Lambrusco DOC Tasting – Japan: Click here! 

Lambrusco DOC Tasting – USA: Click here! 

We would like to thank the following wineries for their contributions: Cantina della Volta Società Agricola SpA, Cavicchioli Umberto e Figli, Cantine Lombardini srl, Cantina Sociale Formigine Pedemontana, Cantina Settecani, Cantina Sociale di Gualtieri S.C.A, Società Agricola Paltrinieri Gianfranco s.s, Cantina di Carpi e Sorbara Sac, Medici Ermete, Lini910, Fattoria Moretto, Società Agricola Pezzuoli. 

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