On Sunday 5 February, in conjunction with the 19th edition of Opera Prima, we had guests Sarah Marsh and Matt Steeves, two great professionals and profound connoisseurs of the world of wine. The tasting, articulated by Marco Signorini, involved a comparison tasting of the three vintages 2019, 2020 and 2021 of our Valpolicella Superiore Campo Bianco, Valpolicella Ripasso, Amarone and Amarone Riserva and Selezione. A journey in search of the different expressions and characteristics of our territory.
Sarah Marsh, Master of Wine since 2004, internationally recognized, is a profound and complete connoisseur of the wine world. Writer, critic, wine consultant and winemaker in Burgundy (her label Sarah Marsh) she has collaborated with many wine, travel, food and design newspapers and magazines such as Decanter, Wine International, Harpers wine trade magazine, The Times, Traveller, Condé Nast Traveler and others. He currently contributes to World of Fine Wine & Club Oenologique. A sensitive woman, curious and attentive to all aspects of viticulture, she is also a tireless traveler of the New World, interviewing producers and writing articles to develop a deep global knowledge of wine.
Sarah wrote about us: https://worldoffinewine.com/news-features/valpolicella-fine-red-italian-wines
Matt Steeves, Canadian wine and spirits writer, Sommelier since 2013 has dedicated the last decade and a half to his true passion, the world of wine and spirits, traveling extensively to broaden and deepen his knowledge through formal educational programs, media and independent research. Former director of the National Capital Sommelier Guild and accredited member of the Canadian Association of Professional Sommeliers today Matt is the editor and co-founder of Quercus Vino and also On-Air Sommelier (TV, radio) but above all a true Valpolicella Wine Specialist.