Milan turns into the Italian wine capital from October 2 to 10. On the program: 300 events and tastings. From Prosecco to Brunello, tour of the Botte vinicole in 10 dedicated districts.
After design and fashion, Milan welcomes another Italian excellence: wine. From this Saturday and for 9 days, the fourth edition of Milano Wine Week calls on enthusiasts to raise their glass. Like Design Week, Milan is divided into 10 districts, 10 zones for 10 wine regions. To each its own name.
Immersion in the great wine territories of the Peninsula
The Franciacorta in Brera / Garibaldi / Solferino, the Consortium d’Asti and Moscato d’Asti in the district Sempione / Arco della Pace, the Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene in Porta Nuova / Gae Aulenti, the Lugana in Porta Romana. Oltrepo ‘Pavese wines will be tasted in the Via Eustachi / Plinio district. Brunello di Montalcino enters the Victor Emmanuel Gallery, Valpolicella wines in Marghera / Sanzio, Chianti in Navigli, Abruzzo wines in Porta Venezia and those of Liguria in the Isola district.
In total, around a hundred participating bars and restaurants will offer tailor-made tastings (full program).
The headquarters of the event remains the inner courtyard of the superb Palazzo Bovara (corso Venezia 51), where it will be possible to drink the bubbles of Trento on Saturday October 2 at 7 p.m. Three Rooftops answered the call of wine: Viu Rooftop of the Hotel Viu Milan, Terrazza 12 (via Durini) and Terrazza Duomo 21
Another novelty: A special app, called W, has been designed to organize your tasting journey as well as possible. And thanks to the digitization of all (or almost) wine cards, it will be possible to choose the restaurant where to dine according to the wine labels offered.