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A 'capital' weekend with good indigenous wine

From Friday 14 to Sunday 16 June, Rome Hortus Vini 2024 returns to the gardens of the Orto Botanico with the selection of critic and sensory analyst Luca Maroni (60 wineries from all over Italy).

13, Jun 2024

In the capital city, the magical evenings of wine, culture, theatre and music return from 14 to 16 June at the Museo Orto Botanico, a wonderful corner of the eternal city in the heart of Trastevere, on the slopes of the Janiculum Hill, with the selection of Roma Hortus Vini 2024, the wine festival organised by the well-known wine critic and sensory analyst Luca Maroni; author of the guidebook I Migliori Vini Italiani.
This is the fifth consecutive year and there is great expectation to get to know and taste the latest vintages of a fine variety of whites, rosés and native reds from over 60 wineries, in a 'regional' itinerary that goes up and down the paths that cross the park, among majestic trees and curious plants. Also on the programme will be tastings guided by Luca Maroni himself in a dedicated area among the rows of the Vigneto Italia, a unique biodiversity that includes in just a few hectares of land 155 cultivars of autochthonous vines from all the regions of Italy, cultivated with biodynamic and low ecological impact agronomic techniques.

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