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Slow Wine USA Tour 2013

United States - 04 Jan 13

Slow Food will present the 2013 edition of its English-language wine guide, Slow Wine, in New York, Miami and San Francisco. The Slow Wine guide adopts a new approach to wine criticism and looks at a variety of factors to evaluate wineries in their entirety, taking into consideration the wine quality, typicity and adherence to terroir, value for money, environmental sensitivity and ecologically sustainable viticultural practices. Join us to discover new wines and meet the people behind 70+ selected Italian producers who represent the Slow Wine values. Learn more about Slow Wine and receive your own complimentary copy.

To purchase tickets to a Slow Wine tasting in your city:

NEW YORK CITY:
January 28, 2013
Three Sixty°
12 pm press conference
1 - 5 pm Walk-around tasting open to trade and press
6:30 - 9 pm consumer tasting (to purchase tickets please click here)

MIAMI:
January 30, 2013
Miami Beach Resort
12 - 5 pm Walk-around tasting open to trade and press
5:30 - 8 pm consumer tasting (to purchase tickets please click here)

SAN FRANCISCO:
February 4, 2013
Terra Gallery
12 - 4 pm Walk-around tasting open to trade and press
5:30 - 8 pm consumer tasting (to purchase tickets please click here)

For more information, including full wine lists, and for press and wine industry registrations, please visit the Slow Wine website.


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