2022 will mark the return of high-end tourism, and Italy is prepared to ride the wave: this is the horizon traced by the 2021 edition of Duco Italy, the high-level tourist event conceived by Carolina Perez and hosted in Florence last week.
When you enter Rossorubino you might be perplexed. What you'll find in front of you is not a large space, but simply an orderly intersection of displays. In addition to packages of prestigious spirits, there will be a succession of wine bottles of various sizes, largely dedicated to Piedmont, but with a wide selection that will allow you to wander between national and international wines.
Often the concept of heroic viticulture conceals that of the high quality of wines. But this does not happen in Costantino Charrère's Valle d’Aosto company, where these two concepts have been moving in parallel for decades, which today is also thanks to the passion and determination of his daughters Elena and Eleonora.