“Orizzonte Nizza in Tour” is a promotional project whose primary aim is to build the brand of Nizza DOCG and to raise the awareness of the consumer regarding this DOCG, recently recognized by the European Union.
The events involve restaurants throughout Italy, which organize theme-based dinners paired with Nizza. The focus of this year’s edition is Rome, where Nizza is being brought to the attention of the city’s vibrant wine community.
Il Botolo Azienda Agricola was pleased to present its wines at Humus Bistrot, Via Madonna dei Monti 109, Rome, held on March 28. The event was organized by the Associazione Produttori Nizza in partnership with Slow Food Roma.
For the last two years, Slow Food Roma, together with professional Chef Kaba Corapi, have been exploring different international traditional and culinary traditions and cuisines, and food as it is prepared at home. The aim is to celebrate the food that families bring to the table in other countries in an attempt to go beyond the stereotypes that often come to mind when we think of “food that people from other cultures eat”.
For the evening’s theme-based wine dinner at Humus Bistrot, Chef Kaba Corapi, who carefully integrates tradition, people, places and culture, presented a menu inspired by “made in USA” home cooked dishes.
The menu was paired with Nizza DOCG from il Botolo, along with the winery’s Piemonte Chardonnay DOC and Moscato d’Asti DOCG and featured classic American dishes, which delighted the evening’s guests, and which included cornbread “Texas style” served with herb butter and jalapenos, Manhattan clam chowder, pulled pork and coleslaw and chocolate chips cookies and Moka cheese cream.
Over 100 local professionals from Stockholm and Uppsala took part in yet another successful wine event organized by the E4quality project and promoted by the Consorzio Barbera d’Asti e Vini del Monferrato.
This is the conclusion reached by 150 wine tasters gathered by Coldiretti last December at the San Secondo Cultural Center for the annual preview dedicated to “Barbera d’Asti docg”, now in its 18th edition.