10 SEPTEMBER 2020
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Giusti Wine Club, “only” for wine lovers
Among the first wineries in the Treviso area to offer this formula, Giusti Wine presents its Wine Club: a club where you can meet for events and evenings, where you can get to know the wines and where you can virtually discover curiosities, news and insights on Montello and its symbol. the Asolo Prosecco Superiore.
The project brings an American model to Italy, which offers the possibility of becoming a “friend” of the winery and supporting its activities.
“In the United States and, in particular, in California, the Wine Club is a consolidated formula – says Ermenegildo Giusti, Italian-Canadian entrepreneur and founder of the winery – On the one hand, it offers the possibility of maintaining a dialogue with the consumer, who can participate to exclusive events where to share passion for wine and values, on the other hand it allows the company to develop the online channel by retaining the customer through direct sales with the purchase on the web “.
Among the advantages for the members of the Wine Club there are special purchase conditions, preview tastings of the new vintages, small courses on the world of wine and dedicated events.
Registration is free and open to all, for more information https://www.giustiwine.com/giusti-club/.
Inaugurated in July 2020, the new Giusti Wine cellar is largely underground and is spread over 5 floors that go up to 8 meters underground.
Perfectly inserted in the landscape of Nervesa della Battaglia, its structure recalls the trend of the Montello hills; from the belvedere, the ideal setting for events and tastings, you can enjoy an incomparable view of the vineyards and the nearby Abbey of Sant’Eustachio.
Via Arditi 14 / A 31040 Nervesa della Battaglia
Monday – Friday 09.00 – 19.00;
Saturday 10.00 – 18.00;
Sunday 2.00pm – 6.00pm
For more information and reservations:
0422 720198 – email@example.com
Giusti Wine is a property of Ermenegildo Giusti, a Canadian entrepreneur from the area, who in 2000 decided to enhance the territory of Asolo and Montello, dedicated to quality wines since the time of the Serenissima Republic of Venice, so much so that it was taxed more than the others. Starting from only two hectares of vineyards, he has developed the project with passion, reaching today over 70 hectares of vineyards, distributed in 10 estates and about 100 total properties, and starting important projects to promote the territory, such as wine tourism, the recovery of ancient Abbey of Sant’Eustachio (1062), where in the 16th century Monsignor Della Casa wrote Il Galateo.