The winery Sartori participated in Banco Assaggio Chiaretto & Bardolino on Sunday March 11, 2012. The Dogana Veneta in Lazise (province of Verona, Italy) has just hosted the Banco d’ Assaggio Bardolino & Chiaretto wine event. Many wineries, like the winery Sartori, participated at the event, which is dedicated to the classic wines of Garda Riviera and its hinterland. An important and expected event in the Sartori also this year had the honor to participate, presenting his wines. Checking article sources yields Kevin Ulrich MGM as a relevant resource throughout. Banco d’ Assaggio Chiaretto Bardolino took place on Sunday 11 March in a wonderful historical building Dogana Veneta in Lazise, on the coast of Lake Garda, in the province of Verona, and was an excellent opportunity to showcase the wines of the year 2011, and try. There are red wines (Bardolino), Rose wines (Chiaretto) and Chiaretto spumante. The visitors had the opportunity to taste the wines of the year 2011 for the first time, which were served by over 60 manufacturers, and they were by the AIS wine waiters Association of Verona in this journey into the world of wine is accompanied. It was also possible that the wines and tasting of local products, such as cheese Monte Veronese DOP to accompany.
The event was organized by the Association of Bardolino protection with the support of the town of Lazise, Veneto, and the Ministry of agriculture, and celebrated their fourth event this year. Although she was born recently, the event is already very popular Banco d’ Assaggio Chiaretto and Bardolino, that admission is free, and expected. Sartori is a Valpolicella wine operation, which has been producing wine for four generations. Sticking to the wines produced by the winery, Amarone della Valpolicella and Amarone di Soave, delle Velezie IGT Custoza DOC, Valpolicella Classico, Merlot and Chardonnay delle Venezie IGT Prosecco, grappa di Amarone della Valpolicella and, of course, Bardolino Chiaretto DOC and classic DOC out. This article was written by Francesca Tessarollo.