Exclusive event - BARBARESCO “BASARIN”:
WITH A VERTICAL TASTING: Sunday November 27 2022 | from 14.30 to 16.00
At the 11th edition of FIVI Wine Market more than 850 exhibitors are expected from all regions of Italy: the agricultural companies associated to FIVI – Federazione Italiana Vignaioli Indipendenti (Italian Federation of Independent Winegrowers). The Federation groups and represents those winemakers managing the entire production line, personally taking care of all the single phases from the vineyard to the vinification, including bottling. And just the winemakers themselves will narrate directly to the audience, during the two-day Market in Piacenza, their own territories and wines.
Besides tasting them, it will be possible to purchase the wines directly at the producer’s stands.
Tickets are available for presale HERE.
Business operators can apply for accreditation by filling out the form HERE.
When: Saturday November 26, Sunday November 27, and Monday November 28, 2022
Place: PiacenzaExpo – Via Tirotti, 11 – Piacenza
Opening hours for the public: Saturday and Sunday from 11.00 until 19.00; Monday from 11.00 until 17.00
BARBARESCO “BASARIN”: THE STORY OF A FAMILY
WITH A VERTICAL TASTING | Sunday November 27 2022 | from 14.30 to 16.00
Place: FIVI Wine Market - PiacenzaExpo – Via Tirotti, 11 – Piacenza
Until 1968, the Adriano family had been tenant farmers. But with the purchase of their first property in San Rocco Seno d’Elvio, Alba, came the turning point for the family. Marco and Vittorio bottled their first wine in 1994, thus embarking on their journey as independent winemakers. During this tasting of five vintages of their DOCG Barbaresco “Basarin”, you’ll discover the characteristics of the cru that, with its first vinification in the year 2000, became part of the Adriano family history.
Your hosts will be
Michela Adriano (Piedmontese winemaker) and Claudio Fenocchio (Piedmontese winemaker).
Wines to be tasted:
The 2000, 2005, 2013, 2017 and 2019 vintages of Marco e Vittorio Adriano Barbaresco DOCG “Basarin”.