Among the few certainties during this troubled phase of relationships between the United Kingdom and the European Union, there is undoubtedly the passion that binds British citizens to wines, agri-food products and Italian cooking. An interest to promote and cultivate also through opportunities of deepening such as the one proposed today by Seminario Permanente Luigi Veronelli and Fondazione Giorgio Cini at The Italian Cultural Institute in London. The Clementine com team attended the press conference this morning to launch The ‘Luigi Veronelli’ Italian Advanced School of Gastronomy, a project born in 2018 in Venice, on the beautiful Island of San Giorgio Maggiore. Very lucky that Franciacorta our favourite bubble client is one of the key sponsors!
The mission of the school: to give value to quality agri-food productions and to develop, in operators and consumers, awareness of their cultural content. Seminario Veronelli and Fondazione Giorgio Cini are firmly convinced that, in order to fully share the richness of Italian agriculture and gastronomy, it is necessary to connect wines and food to a wider system of relationships that includes artistic, historical and landscape heritage.
Starting from Saturday 25th of May, the training course “Walking the vineyards: places, people and culture of Italian wine” will be animated by a faculty of over 35 university professors, agronomists, oenologists, philosophers, historians of art, representatives of culture, journalists and critics. The training course will allow the participants to acquire a new, profound and conscious look at the Italian wine sector and to develop the skills to communicate and promote a country that has in complexity and variety its distinguishing features.
For more information: www.altascuolaveronelli.it