The Az. Agr. Petrera Pasquale presents its Fatalone organic wines for the first time at the most important and exclusive Australian event dedicated to natural, organic, biodynamic and sustainable productions.
The Az. Agr. Petrera Pasquale once again protagonist in Montpellier at Millesime Bio, the most important wine exhibition all over the world for natural, organic and biodynamic wines, to present the new vintages of its Fatalone organic wines.
The Fatalone organic wines protagonists of a USA Fall Roadshow in October 2013 from 14th to 22nd: Hartford in Connecticut, Salt Lake City and Park City in Utah, Boise and Idaho Falls in Idaho and finally Jackson Hole in Wyoming.
On Friday June 7th at 7:30 p.m. the Festival of the Wines made from Southern Italian Autochthonous Grapes, Radici del Sud, at the Resort Masseria Caselli hosts the Third Historic Vertical Tasting of the Fatalone Riserva from 2000 to 2008. Since 2007 the Az. Agr. Petrera continues to hold the primacy of first and only winery to carry-out vertical tastings with a minimum 8 vintages of Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva wines. The international tasting panel of excellence is composed of: Walter Speller (UK) president of the panel, in charge in Italy of the JancisRobinson.com, editor of www.walterspeller.com; Jiang Lu (CINA) chief writer and editor of Wine On Line Cina; Bill Nesto (USA) Master of wine, professor at Boston University, contributing editor of the Massachusetts Beverage Business, Enrigo Malgi (ITA) wine journalist; Andrea Terraneo (ITA) president of Vinarius Lombardy and 7 wine importaters from USA, Japan, Australia and Europe.
Our Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Fatalone 2008 has been awarded with the top recognition of Best Open Red Wine in the Rotterdam area (The Netherlands) in 2013.
Our Fatalone Riserva 2007 achieves the Bronze Medal in the most important and selective world-wide wine contest.
Our Fatalone wines, in particular our Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo 2008 and Puglia IGT Primitivo “Teres” 2009, reviewed by the world-renowned wine writer Tom Hyland in his latest book “Beyond Barolo & Brunello – Italy’s Most Distinctive Wines”
In the February 2013 issue of the famous international review Decanter Magazine, in a report dedicated to Puglia, the internationally renown wine journalist Tom Maresca selects our Fatalone Primitivo Riserva 2005 and Fatalone Primitivo 2008 among the greatest reds from Puglia and rates our Riserva with the highest score in the selection.
The Az. Agr. Petrera Pasquale goes back to Montpellier and participates at Millesime Bio, the most important worldwide exhibition dedicated exclusively to natural, organic and biodynamic wines, presenting its entire range of Fatalone wines.
As if one Crown wasn’t enough, our Primitivo Fatalone Riserva 2006 was “double-crowned”! The wine guide “Vini Buoni d’Italia” organized a tasting with wine professionals and wine lovers in which they were asked to rate the same wines the guide’s commission had recently rated. We are very proud to announce we were re-crowned! We were awarded the Crown in BOTH tastings, by the official tasting commission and the group made up of wine professionals and wine lovers.