The white wine Harmoge, made by Prima Terra, farm of Eastern Liguria (Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre and cellar in Campiglia), will receive the prize “Grande Vino” at Slow Wine, organized by Slow Food at Teatro Verdi, Montecatini Terme, October, the 14th.
It’s produced with vines Bosco, Vermentino e Albarola, with the innovative methods of winegrover Walter De Battè, included lot of times in the italian wines guides and member of Accademia dei Georgofili.
The mission of Prima Terra is the quality of its products and the environment that host its grapes and activity, in particular of the terraces in Cinque Terre, ancient and fragile.
With Walter De Battè, are part of this project: Pierfrancesco Donati, maritime enterpreneur, Riccardo Canesi, geographer and reasercher, involved in the protection of the environment, that and has performed important institutional assignments at national level; Eugenio Bordoni and Catherina Unger, owners of the Arbaspàa tour operator, who decided to use part of the income from their business for this cellar, a perfect synthesis of their love for wine and the land in which they live and work.
The visitors of Slow Wine will be able to enjoy Harmoge during a tasting session at Slow Wine and at the “Cento Cene” event. On the same occasion, also the red wine Cericò, obtained from Granaccia and Syrah, will be offered to the public and to those who are present at the event, after the organizer’s interest, which has recognized the high quality.
Thanks to the award given to Hermoge, Prima Terra will be able to take part in the Slow Wine World Tour in the United States, which will be on January in San Francisco, Seattle, Houston and New York (at Eataly) and in Munich in February.
Other events around the world are set on October and November: Copenhagen, Tokyo and Singapore.
At this link, you can read the Harmoge wine list: http://www.primaterra.it/harmoge/