Ein Prosit: Enogastronomy between three countries

November is in front of our doors and November is always a month of intense enogastronomical happenings. From the 18th till the 21st of November will take place also Ein Prosit. Location of this enogastronomical event in Malborghetto-Tarvisio in Italy, but practically on the border with Slovenia and Austria, is a perfect loation for celebration of the best of the enogastronomy of all the three countries.

Ein Prosit attracts each year visitors and buyers from the whole Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia and also some other countries. Two days (Saturday and Sunday) are dedicated to wines and are main days of the festival. Other days offer instead only some enogastronomical experiences in the local restaurants.

Ein Prosit is most of all dedicated to the excellent autochtone wines, but not only. The organizers expect this year around 180 exhibitors and are preparing a nice list of events.

Let’s see some of the highlights of what Ein Prosit promises this year:

Guided tastings will be in the hands of Gian Luca Mazzella and Sandro Sangiorgi. Gian Luca Mazzella will present a vertical of the german Rieslings of the Schloss Schoenborn, some of the best Tocais from Friuli and tasting of the great Tuscan reds. More: http://www.einprosit.org/2010/index.php?page=sabato-20-novembre-3

Meetings, guided by Aurora Endrici will present between others some of the best Merlot producers from Friuli. What else? Have a look: http://www.einprosit.org/2010/index.php?page=aurora-endrici.

Laboratories of taste is another interesting part of Ein Prosit, managed by Paolo Marchi (with guests like Davide Scabin, Gianluca Fusto, Rosanna Marziale etc), Daniele Savi (with honey, pasta, savoiardi etc dedicated events) and Bepi Pucciarelli (with tasting of different delicacies and wines).

Davide Scabin

Dinners (Itineari del gusto) with some of the great italian chefs, between them Enrico Cerea (Da Vittorio), Davide Scabin (Combal.Zero), Enzo Coccia (pizzeria La Notizia), Alberto Tonizzo (Ristorante Al Ferarut), restaurant Uliassi, Restaurant Antico Foledor will take care of the highest enogastronomical pleasures for even the most spoiled guests.

Enrico Cerea


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