Le Colture, opens in Bordeaux La Cité du Vin
It’s signed by Le Colture the only Superiore di Cartizze in wine list in the place which is shaping up as the emblem of World wine tourism
It’s one of the most anticipated events of the 2016 the opening of “La Cité du Vin” in Bordeaux, the first city-museum in the world entirely devoted to wine which will be inaugurated on May 31st, 2016 in the presence of the French President, François Hollande and from June 1st open to the public.
A wonderful opportunity for the Az. Agr. Le Colture will mean a showcase of prestigious international flavor; the Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze infact, award-winning wine from Santo Stefano, will be the only Cartizze in the wine list at the panoramic restaurant Le 7, the bar à vin and snacks gourmand Latitude20, and La Boutique et Cave inside an overall proposal of 800 wine references from over 80 countries around the world.
The selection of wines, 70 of them Italians, was edited by Andreas Larsson, sommelier world champion in 2007 alongside a Tasting Committee chaired by Michel Rolland.
“It’s irrepressible happiness and satisfaction that you breathe in Le Colture these days – says Alberto Ruggeri – Representing the Cru par excellence of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG designation in such a context, we are proud of our daily work. My family and I are thrilled with this result which is both a great honor and a great responsibility in maintaining the quality of our wines. “.
The Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze comes from the homonymous subzone, a very small area of an amphitheater vineyard, corresponding to the steepest hills between the towns of Santo Stefano and Saccol where the soil of sandstone and clay allows Glera grapes full maturation and an unusual concentration of aromas. The production reaches about 20,000 bottles a year.
La Cité du Vin, overlooking the Garonne, has a futuristic design inspired by the sinuous shape of a large decanter, a total area of 13,350 square meters distributed over 10 floors and a height of 55 meters, and is set to become the emblem of World wine tourism. Its purpose, enhance and transmit wine as a precious heritage through a real sensory adventure in time and space to discover its more profound difference in a unmissable journey through civilizations of the world.
450,000 estimated presences for the first year from all over the globe in what is already ranked second places to visit for the New York Times, among the 10 large architectural openings expected in the world according to the Huffington Post, among the 40 destinations to spend the holidays for the Guardian, one of the 20 travel destinations for El Pais.