Led by Ponchia and Master Sommelier Evan Goldstein and now in its third year, the invitation-only series for licensed wine trade and media will kick off in Boston on October 4th and Chicago on October 6th. This year's micro-focused "2.0" session will look exclusively at the nuances of the distinguished Cru bottlings by exploring three key soil types—basaltic, volcanic red and calcareous limestone—and the natural sub zone variances that arguably make Soave Italy's leading white wine of place. This exciting master class followed by lunch featuring 17 wines will give local wine trade a complete overview of one of Europe's most ancient cru systems, which dates back to 1931.
Licensed trade and qualified media interested in learning more about the event should contact Full Circle Wine Solutions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Soave Consortium
The mission of the Soave Consortium is to promote Soave wines, among the first wines in Italy to receive the DOC designation, to the world and protect the quality of Soave wines through the development and administration of strict production guidelines. The Soave Consortium is responsible for the promotion of 100% of the Soave in the world. For more information, visit http://www.ilsoave.com.
About Full Circle Wine Solutions
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Full Circle Wine Solutions is a global wine and spirits education firm that grows brand loyalty and client profits through tailored wine programs and effective hospitality training. Using a vast and established network of sommelier educators, the company hosts high quality and consistent wine tasting experiences across multiple locations around the world.
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