The Italy-America Chamber of Commerce Texas presented two spectacular wine tastings this week, one for Stefano Farina Vini, an importer and producer of Italian wines. And the other for the Cincinnato winery and estate, a renowned vintner in Italy’s central Latium region (just south of Rome).
As part of its mission to foster business growth for Italian companies here in Texas, the chamber is constantly working to connect producers of Italian products with Texas-based buyers, importers, distributors, consumers, and leading lifestyle writers and bloggers.
“It was an impressive flight of wines that the Stefano Farina team poured,” noted one of Houston’s leading Italian wine professionals, who attended both events. “The labels from Barolo and Brunello were real standouts.”
“And it’s great to see that Cincinnato is working with the chamber to find a Texas distributor,” he added. “These wines are beloved in Italy and you can find them on the coolest wine lists in New York. We need them here, too!”
That’s Stefano Farina sales rep Francesca Lombardo, above, and the iconic wines of Cincinnato below.