The Slow White Wine Community Grows Substantially as the Guide Continues to Develop in its Mission for Great and Fair Red Wine
NEW YORK, Dec. 8, 2022/ PRNewswire-PRWeb/– The well-known Italian red wine company, Slow White wine, reveals the return of its yearly multi-city event series in the United States. The series commemorates the publication of the global 2023 Slow White wine Guide, which originated in Italy as the sustainable beverage branch of the Slow Food motion. Events will be kept in San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Miami and New york city in between March sixth and March 14th, 2023.
“The Guide’s Italian and American white wine areas continue to grow considerably, as more environmentally-focused white wine manufacturers join their peers in the Slow Red wine motion and consumers, who are ending up being increasingly thinking about sustainable products specifically after Covid, try to find a tool to assistances their research for natural wineries and red wines,” divulges Editor in Chief, Giancarlo Gariglio. Over 2000 Italian manufacturers are featured in the Guide this year and Slow Wine’s United States subscription has likewise grown substantially, directed by US National Editor and renowned white wine teacher, Deborah Parker Wong, and her team of dedicated field coordinators. “From the 2021 edition, the United States part of the Guide bases on its own as a specific publication, separate from the Italian wineries, boasting 289 wineries from California, Oregon, Washington and New york city” describes Parker Wong.
The 2023 guide will be available online making it possible for customers to source red wine directly from wineries that prioritize land stewardship among their sustainability efforts, said Parker Wong According to the San Francisco Chronicle’s Esther Mobley, The Slow Red Wine Guide is the very best resource she can advise for locating wines that are grown without using synthetic herbicide.”By linking our wineries with like-minded consumers, we’re making it easier for them to locate and support Slow Wine producers.”
The Slow White wine Trip will be back on the roadway in the United States in early 2023. The tasting occasions will showcase wineries from both Italy and the United States, welcoming hundreds of white wine experts in San Francisco (March sixth), Seattle (March 7th), Dallas (March 9th), Miami (March 13th) and New york city (March 14th).
The objective of Slow White wine, a non-profit company, is to promote “great and fair” red wines, in a time when environment modification has actually never been more apparent nor more threatening to winegrowers and winery owners. In a further dedication to sustainable agriculture, Slow White wine partner wineries have signed a Manifesto produced by the Slow Wine Coalition, a united worldwide network of white wine industry members who are dedicated to supporting a red wine transformation driven by ecological sustainability, protection of the land, and rural, social, and cultural growth.In an effort to modernize the Guide and develop additional openness between the wineries and consumers, the 2023 Slow White wine Guide now features unique QR codes for choose wineries, which direct readers to video interviews with the wine makers and the Slow Wine editorial team.About Slow Red wine The Slow White wine Guide examines over 2,000 Italian wineries, and over 289 American-consisting of a small selection from Slovenia -and deals with each with the utmost respect and attention. The Slow White wine team prides itself on the human contact it has with all manufacturers, which is necessary to the guide’s assessments. While other guides limit their relationship to a blind tasting and brief review, Slow Wine puts in the time to get individual with each winery in order to create a knowledgeable, in-depth evaluation of the white wines themselves and the people behind the production. Slow White wine picks wineries that respect and show their regional terroir and practice sustainable techniques that benefit the environment. For the very first time ever, those wineries that get the snail or the main Slow Red wine seal are 100%without chemical herbicides, a quality that the Slow White wine Guide continues to passionately support.About Colangelo & Partners Colangelo & Partners specializes in premium food, wine and spirits brands, and has long-established relationships with the essential press that drive these service classifications and assist identify the industry leaders. Company principals have years of experience in retail and distribution in addition to communications, an unusual mix that offers Colangelo & Partners important insights into consumer buying habits. The agency concentrates on “closing the loop”between innovative communications programs, circulation, promotion, publicity and the consumer in order to take full advantage of the performance of its communications programs and provide measurable outcomes. http://www.colangelopr.com!.?.!Media Contact Irene Graziotto, Colangelo & Partners, 646 719 5303, [email protected]!.?.!SOURCE Slow Red wine