Antonio Faravelli, golf and wine made in Italy

Antonio Faravelli owner of Cantine Vitea, a historic company since 1895 that has always sought the highest quality in its wines, now internationally appreciated, is also the founder of the Golf And Wine 1895 brand. After the recent exhibition and performance event in Paviart, Golf and wine 1895 was again requested in the new exhibition in Pavia. The Wines of Faravelli have already had many definitions: from the Wine judged Rapsodico, to the Wine defined as flattering, statements affirmed by the great Daniel Thomases founder of Italys Finest Wines and undisputed world-famous sommelier taster, collaborator of Luigi Veronelli for over thirty years, correspondent in Italy for wine Spectator, L’International wine Cellar and the wine Advocate.

Antonio Faravelli, the event

In the event, the project linked to the prestigious Golf And Wine 1895 brand was explained again: relaunching made in Italy through sport, tourism and territory. All the participants were enthusiastic, affirming that cataloging the most important wines of the country and with the best qualities with this brand would be wonderful and would give an extra chance for an international relaunch. After having made everyone present taste his wines, Antonio Faravelli received many compliments and the Master Painter Xante Battaglia proposed to sign the bottles of the most sought-after collections in order to raise the sought-after undisputed quality of the product. The event was opened on October 1st in the presence of the prestigious critic Marco Marinacci who introduced well starting from the suggestive title “an informal exhibition in an informal space” At the Domus Magnifica headquarters in Marchesi Isimbardi via San Giovannino 13. The exhibition was present the master Xante Battaglia, Ada Eva Verbena, Anna Aiello art, Pasqualino Conti, Giancarlo Marinello, Catherine Nigoul, Salvo Privitera, Carmelo Zoccali, Beppe Mainoli and Antonio Faravelli.

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