An intense day of tradition and good wine on Sunday 3 October in one of Italy's most beautiful medieval villages.
Castell'Arquato came alive with the traditional Chestnut Festival, an event that has characterised the town's historical tradition for years and which this year was accompanied by the first edition of a new exhibition dedicated to wine.
I Rossi del Ducato, the event organised by the Associazione La Goccia and the organising group of the Monterosso Val d'Arda Festival to promote the red wines of the provinces of Parma and Piacenza, involved around twenty wineries that described the unique wine production of the duchy territory through tastings of their wines.
Viale delle Rimembranze was thus transformed into a veritable experiential itinerary of taste, where visitors were able to appreciate the unique and distinctive characteristics of wines that fully represent the value of a unique territory.
"As a consortium we attended the event with great pride"
this is how President Marco Profumo explains the importance of the purpose of this event
“The fil rouge that unites the territory of the provinces of Parma and Piacenza is the undisputed quality of the food and wine products it offers. Shared moments of resource promotion can only make the recognition of our value on the national and international scene even more effective".
I Rossi del Ducato is part of the promotional activities and enhancement of the territory, in which the Consortium has decided to participate this year, to support and relaunch in terms of value the wine production of the Colli Piacentini.
A new opportunity to give voice to experience and product excellence.