Food | Wine
One year after its English-language debut, Slow Wine, the guide to Italian wineries approved as good, clean and fair by Slow Food Italy is premiering a new and updated edition. To celebrate the launch, Slow Wine will be doing a walk-around tasting tour in New York City, Miami and San Francisco. In Miami, the walk around tasting will feature over 55 selected producers with 15 Italian regions represented. With the purchase of a ticket, every attendee will recieve a complimentary copy of the THE SLOW WINE GUIDE 2nd edition (a $25 value). “With Slow Wine we have changed the way of reviewing wine” comments Marco Bolasco, CEO of Slow Food Editore. Three symbols are used in the guide to evaluate each winery:The Snail, the Slow Food symbol, signals a cellar that has distinguished itself through its interpretation of sensorial, territorial, environmental and personal values in harmony with the Slow Food philosophy.The Bottle, allocated to cellars that show a consistently high quality throughout their range of wines.The Coin, an indicator of great value.Event Details:Where: Miami Beach Resort, 4833 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140
When: January 30th, 2013, 6:00PM - 8:30PMDelicious bites will be offered by: Whole Foods Miami Beach, 1500° at Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach, The Forge, Dolce at The Gale and Grana Padano.
Must be 21+ to attend, ID required.A portion of the proceeds of every ticket sold will be donated to the Slow Food Miami chapter. -- Now attendees also have the chance to win a trip to Italy!Imagine yourself in the breathtaking Langhe, surrounded by the resplendent vineyards while tasting the prized Barolo and Barbaresco. Indulge in the exquisite local cuisine and experience the genuine warmth of Piemonte!All you need to do is to come by the Shop Wine and Dine's display within the check-in area and register with our staff.--If you would like to purchase tickets over the phone, please contact Sachi Takahashi, (646) 624-2885 (x227), firstname.lastname@example.org Wines for this public event will be provided by the U.S. Importers of the Slow Wine producers.
General Admission 50.00
Early Bird 35.00