In January and February Slow Food will present the 2015 edition of the Slow Wine guide at five events open to industry professionals and consumers in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Montreal. The events will include the presence of more than 100 producers from 15 Italian wine regions listed in the guide, with tasting of their outstanding wines.
Slow Wine critiques wine through the perspective of the Slow Food philosophy, believing that wine, just as with food, must be good, clean, and fair – not just good. In this regard, we give ample space and prominence to small-scale winemakers who are using traditional techniques, working with respect for the environment and terroir, and safeguarding the incredible biodiversity of grape varieties that are part of Italy’s heritage.
Join us to preview this innovative guide, discover new wines and meet the people behind the selected Italian wineries that represent Slow Wine values.
The Slow Wine tour:
301 Park Avenue, New York City, NY 10022