La Vendemmia in Rome: luxury, great wines and Made-in-Italy excellence

Starting today and until October 20th, 2018, La Vendemmia is back in Rome. Inspired by the Via Montenapoleone format in Milan, the event that spotlights the synergies between luxury fashion and the most prestigious wines in Italy inaugurates its second edition: sixty boutiques scattered around the city center – between Piazza di Spagna, Via Borgognona, Via dei Condotti, Largo Goldoni and Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina – will host happenings and tastings, inviting guests to experience a fine blend of wine, food and culture. The Grandi Cru d’Italia Committee – which includes the one hundred Italian wines that have achieved 93 points for ten consecutive years – also takes part in the event.

La Vendemmia is a weeklong event during which the capital’s most prestigious restaurants launch special menus, with new interpretations of traditional cuisine. One of the event’s partners, the Dimore Storiche Italiane Association, will welcome VIP Pass guests along exclusive tours in some of the most wonderful Roman palazzos: a unique opportunity to visit treasures of the past of great artistic and architectural value, which are usually not accessible to the public.

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La Vendemmia in Rome: luxury, great wines and Made-in-Italy excellence

Piazza di Spagna


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