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Slow Wine USA Tour at Eataly, NYC, NY, USA

by Debra C. Argen
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The 2023 USA Slow Wine Tour at Eataly NYC Downtown in New York City brought together Slow Wines from around the world, including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Italy, and Mexico, and from California and Oregon in the United States. Produced by Colangelo and Partners and presented at Eataly NYC Downtown, it was a day of education and experiencing Slow Wines combined with excellent cuisine. Salut et Mangia Bene!


On March 14, 2023, I attended the 2023 Slow Wine Tour at Eataly NYC Downtown in New York. This was my first experience with the Slow Wine World Tour, and it was also my first visit to Eataly NYC Downtown located at 4 World Trade Center on the 3rd floor. In addition to the New York show, the Slow Wine Tour was also presented in Dallas, Miami, San Francisco, and Seattle on various dates throughout the month of March.

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Eataly NYC Downtown, NYC

Over the course of several hours in the afternoon, I was able "to travel via my palate and without a passport" and experience delicious wines from across Italy from the regions of Abruzzo, Campania, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Liguria, Lombardy, Marche, Piedmont, Puglia, Sardinia, Sicily, Trentino Alto Adige, Tuscany, Umbria, and Veneto.

I also tasted excellent wines from Argentina from the regions of Mendoza and Patagonia, from Bolivia from Valle de Cinti, Chuquisaca; from Brazil from Pinto Bandeira and Rio Grande do Sul; from Chile, and from Mexico from the regions of El Marqués, Queretaro, and San Miguel de Allende.

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From the United States there were wines from Oregon from Southern Oregon and the Willamette Valley, and from California from the Central Coast in Santa Barbara, and from the North Coast from the regions of Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma.

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Paired with Eataly NYC Downtown’s delectable assortment of cheeses: Housemade Mozzarella, Gorgonzola Dolce and marmalades, Olive Marinate (a selection of house-marinated olives), charcuterie: Bresaola (beef), Finocchiona (pork), Mortadella (pork), Prosciutto di Parma (pork), Speck (pork), salads, pasta: Tortiglioni Ai Funghi, made with Di Martino Tortiglioni, Mushroom Ragu, and Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, and assorted pizzas: Margherita Pizza alla Pala which was Roman Style Pizza with Tomato Sauce, Housemade Mozzarella, and Fresh Basil, and Pepperoni Pizza. It was a perfect day for drinking and eating well.

USA Slow Wine Participants at Eataly in New York City

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Fattoria Nicodemi
Abbona Marziano
Amalia Cascina in Langa
Arnaldo Rivera
Badia a Coltibuono
Barone Pizzini
Borgo Maragliano
Bosco del Merlo
Cà du Ferrà Wine & Tasting
Ca’ del Bric


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Cantina della Volta
Cantina Mesa
Casa E. di Mirafiore
Cascina Fontana
Cascina Gentile
Cascina Sot
Castello Bonomi
Castello del Trebbio
Castello di Neive
Castello di Uviglie
Cielos De Gualjaina
Col D’Orcia
Collina Serragrilli
Conti Zecca

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Cortese Giuseppe
Cossetti 1891
Evening Land
Famiglia Casadei
Fattoria Fibbiano
Fattoria Torre a Cona
Fedrizzi Alessandro
Franco Conterno – Cascina Sciulun
G.D. Vajra

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Giovanni Chiappini
I Garagisti di Sorgono
Il Carpino
Il Colombaio di Santa Chiara
Jardin Oculto
La Spinetta
Lamole di Lamole
Le Vigne di Zamò
Left Coast Estate
Lhv San Vito
Long Meadow Ranch

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Michele Reverdito
Mossio Fratelli
Newton Vineyard
Octágono – Vinos Ancestrales
Palmento Costanzo
Pian Delle Querci
Piazzo Comm. Armando
Pietro Rinaldi

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Podere Erica
Podere Il Carnasciale
Poggio la Noce
Portofino Dry Gin
Produttori di Govone
Rincon De Los Leones
Ruby Vineyard
Sara Vezza
Scarzello Giorgio & Figli di Federico Scarzello
Simone Scaletta
Tempa di Zoè
Tenuta Cucco
Tenuta di Castellaro

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Tenuta Gorghi Tondi
Tenuta Mazzolino
Tenuta Montauto
Tenuta Roveglia
Terre Margaritelli
The Donum Estate
Tilia Wines
Troon Vineyards
Unti Vineyards
Vinha Unna
Vinos Barrigone

About The Slow Wine Guide

"The Slow Wine Guide evaluates over 400 different wineries and treats each with the utmost respect and attention. The Slow Wine team prides itself on the human contact it has with all producers, which is essential to the guide’s evaluations. While other guides limit their relationship to a blind tasting and brief write-up, Slow Wine takes the time to get personal with each winery in order to create a well-informed, detailed review of the wines themselves and the people behind the production. Slow Wine selects wineries that respect and reflect their local terroir and practice sustainable methods that benefit the environment. And for the first time ever, those wineries that receive the snail or the official Slow Wine seal are 100% free of chemical herbicides, a quality that the Slow Wine Guide continues to passionately support."

For information on next year’s Slow Wine Tour, please contact SlowwineUSAtour@colangelopr.com. Website: www.slowwineusa.com/general-4

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About Eataly

"In November 2002, the Eataly concept was born from Oscar Farinetti’s idea sketched on a piece of paper. The idea was simple: to gather under one roof high-quality food at sustainable and reasonable prices for ALL, celebrate Italian biodiversity, and create an informal, natural, and simple place to eat, shop, and learn. Eataly stands for "Eating Italian" which encompasses the history and the food culture of Italy, the ease to prepare its dishes, and the many qualities that Italy has to offer. After five years of research and hard work, the first Eataly opened its doors in Torino on January 27, 2007, when an old vermouth factory was transformed into Eataly Torino Lingotto – the very first multifunctional marketplace dedicated to Italian excellence in the world. The rest is history! Since then, Eataly has expanded, with more than 40 locations throughout Italy and the world."

Eataly NYC Downtown is open daily from 8:00 am until 9:00 pm. Visit their website for all of their locations: www.eataly.com/us_en/stores/nyc-downtown

Eataly NYC

Eataly NYC Downtown
4 World Trade Center
Liberty Street 101, 3rd Floor
New York, New York 10007
United States
Telephone: +1-212-897-29895
Email: dt-guestrelations@eataly.com
Website: www.eataly.com/us_en/stores/nyc-downtown

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