Slow Wine 2017

Chiocciola and "Vino Slow"

The chiocciola, or Snail, goes to Villa Venti in recognition for the way this producer embodies the sensory, terroir, and environmental values that are in harmony with those of Slow Food. The bestowal of this symbol also means that the winery uses no chemical weedkillers in its vineyards. Wines with the Snail award also reflect a good quality-price ratio, taking into account when and where they were produced.
Primo Segno 2013 wins the "Vino Slow" recognition, the hallmark of a wine that not only displays uncommon sensory qualities but embodies characteristics intimately linked to its terroir, history, and local environment.

Romagna Sangiovese Longiano Sup. Primo Segno 2013; The decision to allow this wine, the producer’s standard-bearer, to mature a year longer was obviously correct. It exhibits a solid, compact structure, and a succulent, energy-laden palate with silky, appealing tannins. Elegant notes of pungent black liquorice distinguish the nose.”
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Highly honoured by these kudos, we raise a toast together with you!