UncategorizedVitignoItalia 2022, a success: 14 thousand visitors and the awarding of 50 Top Italy Rosé

VitignoItalia 2022, a success: 14 thousand visitors and the awarding of 50 Top Italy Rosé


The 16th edition of the event was able to amalgamate the multiple territories and facets of the Campania and Italian wine scene.

The 16th edition of VitignoItalia closed its doors with numbers and participation that once again confirm the success of the format. Over 14 thousand visitors populated the magical location of Castel dell’Ovo in Naples, from 5 to 7 June, to taste over 2,500 labels from 250 producers from all over the peninsula, with a particular focus on the “Campania vine” supply chain. «We are extremely satisfied – commented Maurizio Teti, director of VitignoItalia – of the results obtained, which I believe are the right recognition for the great work done. The first day, but even more those of Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 June, gave excellent results in terms of turnout of both Italian and international audiences ».


Great enthusiasm and participation also for the seminars and workshops, all sold out, useful both for enthusiasts and for operators in the sector. The international public was also able to participate in the thematic meetings, thanks to the simultaneous translations made available to foreign WineLovers, who continue to consolidate their presence at the event year after year.
Program full of initiatives and great labels throughout the course of VitignoItalia. To inaugurate the first day, Sunday 5 June, Umani Ronchi and his magical interpretations of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, with a rich guided tasting that enchanted an extremely participatory audience. This was followed, again on Sunday, by the extraordinary vertical of the iconic Tenuta Luce di Frescobaldi, one of the most prestigious names in the event, which achieved more than success. On the second day, Monday 6 June, sold out for the vertical of Fiorduva, among the flagship labels of the Campania winery Marisa Cuomo, which celebrated the incredible biodiversity of local terroirs. To illuminate the Monday evening, the 13 companies of the Amarone Historical Families, who enchanted the guests present in Castel dell’Ovo with an exceptional horizontal dedicated to the memorable 2011 vintage. Last day of VitignoItalia on Tuesday 7 June, which saw protagonist Passopisciaro, a Sicilian producer that guided the public on a real journey on Etna through the countless facets of volcanic wines. To close the long series of thematic meetings and tastings, Feudi di San Gregorio, another company from Campania that surprised the participants with a selection of experimental wines, further testifying to the liveliness of the “Campania Vine” chain.

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