04juun13:0018:00Armenia, Georgia, Macedonia and Moldova B2B Wine Tasting Event13:00 - 18:00 Radisson Blu Sky Hotel, Rävala Puiestee 3
Alljärgnevalt leiate degustatsiooni inglisekeelse info ning kutse: Invitation SEEwine Baltic Road Show Radisson Blu Sky Hotel 4th of June Registreerumisinfo on toodud rasvases kirjas. The
Alljärgnevalt leiate degustatsiooni inglisekeelse info ning kutse:
Invitation SEEwine Baltic Road Show Radisson Blu Sky Hotel 4th of June
Registreerumisinfo on toodud rasvases kirjas.
The Netherlands Centre for Promotion of Imports from developing
countries (CBI) and the Wine Associations of Armenia, Georgia, Macedonia
and Moldova kindly invite you to join us at the Radisson Blu Sky Hotel
in Tallinn (Rävala Puiestee 3, www.radissonblu.com/skyhotel-
from 1 pm to 6pm on June 4th for B2B Wine Tasting Event Tallinn, first
part of SEEwine Baltic Road Show, the biggest South East European wine
tasting event ever held in the Baltic region.
This will be a rare opportunity for you to taste more than 240 wines
from 40 vintners from the 4 countries’ top estates and discover the
quality and diversity they have to offer.
These countries together grow more than 500 indigenous grape varieties
such as Areni, Saperavi, Vranec and Feteasca that end up in
award-winning wines enjoyed all over the world.
Please find the official invitation to the B2B Wine Tasting Event
Tallinn SEEwine Baltic Road Show in attachment.
You find below some top line information or rather red threat of the
four wine producing countries.
Each producer will add more individual style as they are all different,
which will ensure a very interesting line up of wines.
Key points that are common for contemporary wine making in Armenia,
Georgia, Macedonia and Moldova :
-Revival of historic wine producing countries and use of indigenous
grape varieties, embracing new techniques and modern wine making.
-Understanding of consumer preferences and styles
-Nature friendly wine production due to low ‘use of chemicals’ and
-Very interesting blends of international and indigenous grape varieties
(this will also be the focal point of all master classes)
Individual ‘strengths’ of the winemaking in Armenia, Georgia, Macedonia
and Moldova :
-Moldova, great value for money wines, with interesting and consumer
-Georgia, very appealing wines and image with similar amount of
indigenous grape varieties, on top of the unique kvevri styled wines.
-Macedonia, competitive in price, yet even more in taste, lots of
flavour and focus on their core grape variety Vranec and blends.
-Armenia, rather unknown for wine, rather for brandy, the revival of
indigenous grape varieties cover most of their production, each winery
offers a unique style and flavour.
The schedules for individual master classes are not yet fixed and will
be confirmed to you after you respond to this invitation.
SEEwine Baltic Road ShoIw will continue with a B2B Wine Tasting Event in
Riga on the 6th of June and a B2B Wine Tasting Event in Vilnius on the
8th of June.
Please confirm your participation by sending an email to Stefan Bats
(email@example.com) mentioning the following details: your name, prefix
Mr/Ms, company name, position in the company, email, tel.no., and
possibly the same for colleagues who will join you.
I look forward to your early reply with your confirmation of
participation by filling and returning the attached excel sheet with
your and your collegues’ details.
Please contact me for any additional information regarding B2B Wine
Tasting Event Tallinn SEEwine Baltic Road Show.
With my very best regards,
On behalf of Mr Reinoud Nuijten
Programme Manager SEEWine
Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI) The
Hague | The Netherlands www.cbi.eu
Owner Batsland OU
Telephone: +372 53467717
(Esmspäev) 13:00 - 18:00
Radisson Blu Sky Hotel
Rävala Puiestee 3