It’s time for pruning at Palazzo Vecchio, a long and hard procedure which is done by skilled people. The shoots from the new vineyards are picked, crushed, left to rot and used in the fertilization stage to improve the organic quality of the soil.
The commission, composed of technicians, journalists and sommeliers, gave its verdict on the quality of the vintage and the wines of 2015: 5 stars, the maximum possible score. The wines will be, therefore, not only technically important, but of the highest quality wines for a fantastic vintage.
Il Nobile di Palazzo Vecchio among the excellences of made in Italy
On Tuesday 30 June in Milan the wines of Palazzo Vecchio will be among the "Made in Italy excellences" in an exhibition area
which frames the Forum that Sole24 Ore dedicates to "FOOD & MADE IN ITALY" and where we will talk about the new scenarios of Italian agri-food, wine, and issues related to Expo 2015.
A tasting aimed at enhancing wines that come from native vines, from manual processing and from a mix of tradition and innovation that underline their great quality.
Padiglione 9 - Stand C6
This year will be special for Palazzo Vecchio: they will be present with a 12 m sq. stand in the Tuscan Pavilion.
For the occasion they will be tasting the following wines:
Rosso Cortona DOC 2014
Rosso Dogana DOC 2013
Nobile Maestro DOCG 2012
Nobile Riserva DOCG 2010
Terrarossa DOCG 2009
Come and learn about our wines which have always been synonymous with quality and attention to our terroir.
During the Fiera, Palazzo Vecchio will take part in the "etichetta d’artista” competition with a special label designed by artist Marco Tamburro for our Nobile Maestro 2011. The bottles are available in .750ml and 1.5l magnum, and come with a label of authenticity from the artist and the winery.