An introduction to designations of origin and wine labelling

From 2017-03-22 18:30:00 to 2017-03-22 20:30:00
Venue: ICCJ - Event space
How do you read a wine label? What do AOP, DOP and IGP mean? What is the difference between them? How is it possible to evaluate the quality of a wine before opening a bottle?

ONAV Tokyo (Italian National Organization of Wine Tasters) will answer those questions with an introductory seminar about labelling and wine certifications. Giovanni Campanella, ONAV representative in Tokyo, will give an overview of the main steps taken in Italy, France and the EU since the 20th century, focusing on the importance of designations of origin with practical demonstrations to learn how to read a label properly. The event will close with a tasting experience of wines.

When: 22nd March 2017 (Wednesday)
6:30 pm 〜 8:30 pm
Where: Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Address: FBR Mita Bldg. 9F, 4-1-27 Mita, Minato-ku,Tokyo 108-0073 MAP

Price: ICCJ-ADI Member / AQI: 3000¥
Non-Member: 5000¥
Language: Italian (Japanese translation available)

REGISTER HERE
Registration/Cancellation deadline: Tuesday, 21st March, 2:00 pm

Biography:
Born and raised in Tuscany, Giovanni Campanella has always been interested in wines from his homeland and Veneto, Puglia and even Provence (France). After graduating in International Relations with a Master degree in Innovation and Project Management, he worked for the print and digital media.
In 2013 he moved to Japan. Today, he organizes courses and events dedicated to professionals and amateurs as ONAV official representative.

ONAV, what is it?
Since 1951 ONAV is the Italian national organization of wine tasters, a group of people who share the passion for wine and want to promote quality and aware consumption through seminars and courses. ONAV obtained a juridical acknowledgement from the President of the Italian Republic in 1981. Today the organization counts 10.000 members all over the world, whose mission is to spread the wine culture in their countries.