Vinitaly 2021 is not happening. Dates for the next edition have already been set: April 2022

Veronafiere confirmed the decision that was already in the air and has cancelled the 2021 edition of Vinitaly, which should have been held in June. The appointment has been moved to the spring of 2022.

Mar. 19 2021

Vinitaly slides to June. Here are the calendar changes for trade fair events 2021

New postponement for Vinitaly: the 54th edition of the Verona fair will be held in June 2021. Still no postponements for ProWein, the German fair currently confirmed for the month of March.

Dec. 09 2020

Wine Travel Food – March 2019

It's Vinitaly time: how the world sees the event? We asked 6 international journalists about the fiftieth edition. And then again, Matera, the European Capital of Culture 2019, with its great products and traditional recipes. All the latest news from ...Leggi altro

Apr. 09 2019

Cesare Cecchi. «By ‘67, the world was coming to Verona»

In 1893, Luigi Cecchi founder of the winery and a professional wine taster, saw the potential in the Chianti Classico zone and in particular, the Castellare di Castellina area. The whole story of the producer. 

Apr. 22 2017

Mantovani. From Verona to the world: “Let’s increase the value of wine”

Can Vinitaly increase the value of wine? Can it make contribution to the development of Italian wines? How does it influence on the internationalization of Italian wines? We have asked all these questions to the CEO of Veronafiere.

Apr. 12 2017

Nadia Zenato. «This is how we express the culture of our land»

San Benedetto di Lugana is a few kilometers from Verona. This zone of Peschiera del Garda has been Zenato headquarters for over fifty years. Starting with its vineyards in the Lugana area, it has extended its reach towards Valpolicella, where ...Leggi altro

Apr. 08 2017

Leone de Castris. «A key meeting place for the wine sector»

De Castris wine has shaped the history of Pugliese enology. Gracing Italian tables for more than four centuries, Five Roses is surely the most famous rosé in the world.

Apr. 02 2017

Michele Bernetti: «How Italian wine became international»

He's the owner and CEO of Umami Ronchi, a winery from Marche that has always been at Vinitaly since the first edition. Michele Bernetti has been present at the Verona event every year and he now explains how Italian wine ...Leggi altro

Apr. 01 2017
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