THE ONLINE WINE&FOOD MAGAZINE ‘STORIE ENOGASTRONOMICHE’ TELLS ABOUT VILLA SPINOSA
Domenico Liggeri and the Villa Spinosa’s philosophy "Wine, region and culture"
Valpolicella, September 18th, 2017
'Storieenogastronomiche’, the online magazine about wine&food tourism and cultureof taste, tells its readers about Villa Spinosa and its Valpolicella wines, descriping the wine style strictly connected to thetradition and the region but above all the Villa Spinosa’s attention to the value of the land and to theawareness that a company has the duty of being a "cultural engine"too.
Liggeri from 'Storie enogastronomiche’makes a journey among the hillside of the Valpolicella, where Villa Spinosa is located with its vineyards, the farmhouses, the 19th century Villa surrounded by the Italian style garden, the PalaJago and the Tunnel of Jago, the new loft for the drying of the grapes and the underground cellar.
The article focuses on the description of the company wines, starting from the three Valpolicella, which are Classico, 'Figari' Classico Superiore and 'Jago' Valpolicella Ripasso Classico Superiore, and presents the different versions of Amarone Classico from ‘Etichetta Rossa ‘2012 and ‘Albasini' Amarone 2010 up to 'Guglielmi di Jago' proposed with the vintages 1998, 2004 and 2007 and 'Francesca Finato Spinosa' Recioto della Valpolicella Classico 2011.
The article ends with the story of Enrico Cascella Spinosa, owner of Villa Spinosa, who introduces the wines and the activities that the company offers besides the ‘ world of wine', activities that turn Villa Spinosa into a hospitality venue and a setting for pleasant events, but also the stage for many cultural initiatives " from theatre to cinema, from photo exhibitions to literary meetings and musical evenings."