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Rosé FLORENCE, Italy, May 29, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Sam Bronfman II, Co-founder of Bacchus Capital Management, LLC, a San Francisco-based private equity firm providing strategic capital in the wine industry, Ettore Nicoletto, President, Consorzio Italia del Vino – AD Santa Margherita SpA, a consortium of high-end wine producers, and Francesco Zonin, EVP, Casa Vinicola Zonin SpA, Presidente, Zonin USA, Inc., the largest private wine growing and winemaking company in Italy, will participate on May 30 in a panel hosted by international law firm Withers LLP, focused on the topic of investment into the US wine market. The panel will specifically address the opportunities that exist for Italian wine producers to expand into the US through private equity investments or acquisitions. The discussion will be held in Florence, Italy to an audience of prominent Italian wine-making families, leading business owners and service providers. The moderator will be Paolo Panerai, an owner/investor in three significant Italian vineyards and Editor-in-Chief and CEO of Class Editori SpA, a leader in business and financial news, fashion, luxury and lifestyle information in Italy.
Sauvignon Blanc About Bacchus Capital Management Bacchus Capital Management is an investment firm co-founded in 2007 by Sam Bronfman II, Peter S. Kaufman and Henry F. Owsley providing strategic capital and making equity investments in United States wineries and wine businesses. Quinton Jay and Rob Rupe are the Managing Directors.
Nova Scotia now has something in common with Chateauneuf du Pape, Bordeaux and Burgundy — Tidal Bay, a wine appellation that identifies the province’s unique terroir.
Cabernet Shiraz “If you’ve tasted a Chianti or a Chateauneuf du Pape or a Chablis or a Burgundy or a Bordeaux, those are appellations,” said Ontario-based international wine consultant Peter Gamble in an interview Monday at the 2012 Atlantic Canada Wine Symposium in Halifax. He helped establish the Tidal Bay standard that was officially launched on Monday.
Rosé “They are wine regions around the world (that) define what they do best,” said Gamble, who helped establish the Vintners Quality Alliance standard in Ontario and consulted on the development of the critically acclaimed Benjamin Bridge traditional method sparkling wines made in the Gaspereau Valley, outside Wolfville.
The trophy for best new world red wine at the largest and most prestigious wine competition in Asia was awarded to 2008 Gatt High Eden Shiraz. The elegant shiraz from Eden Valley came out on top of a highly competitive field of leading wines from around the globe. The trophy was presented by H.I.H. Princess Takamado at the Japan Wine Challenge Awards Ceremony.
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Cabernet Shiraz The trophy for best new world red wine at the largest and most prestigious wine competition in Asia was awarded to 2008 Gatt High Eden Shiraz. The elegant shiraz from Eden Valley came out on top of a highly competitive field of leading wines from around the globe. The trophy was presented by H.I.H. Princess Takamado at the Japan Wine Challenge Awards Ceremony.
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