‘Le vite tra i Colli’, the Hills of Conegliano as you’ve never tasted them – 28 November

The Colli di Conegliano DOCG will have no more secrets: Monday 28 November will be a day dedicated to these wines that are born in the World Heritage area

THE WINES AMONG THE HILLS: An event to unveil the other face of the World Heritage area of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, that of the Colli di Conegliano, a DOCG denomination characterised by whites, reds and the passito wines Refrontolo Passito and Torchiato di Fregona, from indigenous grapes to be rediscovered. The Consorzio di Tutela del Colli di Conegliano DOCG will be presented on 28th November 2022 at the Isiss G. B. Cerletti, the Scuola Enologica di Conegliano, Italy’s first oenological school and the symbolic place of viticulture in the Hills, where it all began. It will be an intense day, totally immersed in this reality to be discovered, supported by the 28 members of the Consortium. The morning will host the round table “I Colli di Conegliano, from the present to the future” involving producers, institutions, journalists and even school students. The central themes will be the history of the Colli di Conegliano, its role in the Unesco project, and also plans for the future, which will focus firmly on Incrocio Manzoni Bianco. The afternoon will be enlivened by guided tastings, which will be conducted by representatives of the somellerie associations AIS, FISAR, ONAV and Slow Food. At the same time, it will be possible to access the tasting desk, where the wines of all members will be tasted, and to visit the Manzoni Museum. A day to be experienced and savoured, accompanied by the stories of wine growers and the wines of the Colli di Conegliano DOCG.
The event is realised with the support of Banca Prealpi, Amorim Cork Italia, the Municipality of Conegliano, Garbellotto S.p.A., and with the patronage of the Veneto Region, the Prosecco and Wines of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Hills Ass.
Colli di Conegliano DOCG since 2011, is protected by the Consortium established in 1998. The production is characterised by interesting and historic wines, most of which use rare indigenous varieties of great potential. Colli di Conegliano Rosso and Bianco, Passito di Refrontolo and Torchiato di Fregona: the flagship wines of the area. Here the producers dedicate themselves with great vocation to hillside viticulture, modelling the landscape like clay, but remaining faithful and anchored to that precious land that gives them so much.
In the World Heritage area
Programme 28 November 2022

10.30 a.m. Round Table – The Hills of Conegliano, from the present to the future
Fabio Chies – Mayor of the Municipality of Conegliano
Mariagrazia Morgan – School Headmaster Isiss ‘G.B. Cerletti
Sante Toffoli – President of the Colli di Conegliano DOCG Consortium
Antonio Calò – former Director of the Experimental Institute for Viticulture in Conegliano
Angelo Costacurta – former Director of CRA
Enzo Michelet – Oenologist
Giuliano Vantaggi – Site Manager Association for the Heritage of the Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene
Carlos Veloso dos Santos – CEO and General Manager Amorim Cork Italia
Moderator Silvia Baratta – Owner Gheusis

From 14.30 to 20.00 Tasting desk
15.00 – 16.00: Led by Patrizia Loiola, Slow Wine Veneto coordinator and FISAR sommelier
From white to red, all the nuances of Colli di Conegliano DOCG

16.30 – 17.30: Presented by Steven Guarneri, councillor ONAV Treviso
The World Heritage hills and their wines

18.00 – 19.00: Conducted by Gianni Degl’Innocenti, speaker AIS Veneto
Colli di Conegliano white, red and passito: Anima DOCG

From 2.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m., the Manzoni Museum will be open to visitors. It was created to pay tribute to the illustrious professor Luigi Manzoni: a headmaster, researcher and experimenter of national and international fame who worked in the school for almost fifty years.

Information: Monday 28 November – Scuola Enologica, Isiss ‘G.B. Cerletti’, Via XXVIII Aprile, 20, 31015 Conegliano (TV). Free entrance with reservation at: eventi@colliconegliano.it


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