TRENTO. The fame of the Ferrari cellars precedes them: today, perhaps, a little more. Going up 50 positions in a single edition, Ferrari Trento has conquered the top of the international ranking dedicated to wine tourism, earning theeleventh place for “World’s best vineyards” and winning the recognition of “Highest climber “.
The ranking that selects the most beautiful wineries in the world conceived by William Reed, historic English publisher who also organizes the prestigious “World’s 50 best restaurants” and “World’s 50 best bars”, absolute authorities in the world of catering and ‘mixology’, has chosen this year Ferrari Trento, which has jumped in eleventh place as best wine tourism destination according to “World’s best vineyards”.
Fifty positions climbed in a single edition, thus allowing the Trentino company to win the “Highest climber” award in the ranking, which involves a jury of 500 sommeliers, wine and travel experts, who evaluate wineries based on the overall experience offered. The main purpose of the initiative is precisely that of promote wine tourismpresenting every year a list of 100 cellars with very different proposals, but always of high level and quality. It was the cellar Antinori to win instead the first position, the only one in Italy to have reached the top of this ranking.
Ferrari Trento has been working for years for promote the Trentino area and its uniquenessfocusing on the combination of beauty and excellence of the food and wine offer. The result is the “Path of Beauty and Good”thanks to which the visitor has the opportunity to live an experience that involves all the senses: from the sight, satisfied by the beauty of nature and splendid villa Margona sixteenth-century residence seat of representation of the Lunelli Group, to taste, with the possibility not only of appreciate the Trentodoc bubbles in the cellar, but also to accompany them to dishes from Locanda Margonrestaurant starry and laboratory for innovative combinations, immersed between the verdant vineyards Ferrari branded.
To land in Mendoza (Argentina) to receive the award on Wednesday 26 October, Camilla Lunellicommunications director of the Lunelli Group: “This recognition it represents not only one great satisfaction for our cellara, which this year celebrates 120th anniversarybut also a important milestone throughout the Trentino area – said enthusiastically -. OneMay to beauty of his mountains and theirs vocation to viticulturewhich we are committed to promoting and enhancing, but also a to protect with an important work oriented to sustainability of the territory and the protection of those who work there“.