Ristorante Señorío

Via Bramante, 13, 20154




Sep 21 2023 18:30 - 21:30 h


The Economic and Commercial Office of Spain in Milan is organizing this tasting of Spanish Atlantic wines as part of the food and beverage promotion plan in Italy throughout the year 2023. This onsite tasting aims to showcase the diversity, character, and elegance of Spanish wines from wine regions with a strong Atlantic influence, to an exclusively audience of up to 25 wine professionals.

During the presentation, which will take place on September 21, 2023, Remo de Fabritiis, sommelier and wine trainer from the Italian Federation of Sommeliers for Hotels and Restaurants (FISAR), will present a total of 12 wines from Galicia and the Canary Islands.

Registration of participants is compulsory and will be available from 1st September.

Brut Nature El Grifo Lanzarote
 Malvasía Volcánica Lías El Grifo Lanzarote
Eidosela Albariño  Bodegas Eidosela SCG Rias Baixas
 Mar de Frades Albariño  Mar de Frades Rias Baixas
Bágoas de Bacelo Terra de Asorei Rias Baixas
Atlantis Albariño Vintae  Rias Baixas
Carracolba Albariño Eulogio Pomares Rias Baixas
Atlantis Godello Vintae  Valdeorrras
Ariana El Grifo Lanzarote
Asubío Lagar do Vento Ribeira Sacra
Do Peizas Lagar do Vento Ribeira Sacra
Do Peizas Barrica Lagar do Vento Ribeira Sacra

Spanish wine has a long history in the Italian market, especially in the northern regions, thanks in part to the good quality-price ratio of Spanish wines in almost all distribution channels, a recognizable style, and the positive image of Spain among Italian consumers.

In particular, the regions of Galicia and the Canary Islands are becoming increasingly popular in Italy. Therefore, it is not surprising that the gastronomy of the area is also interesting to discover. Due to their cooler and more humid climate, the wines are produced with higher acidity and freshness. They are also lighter, floral, and not as opulent in expression. Similarly, the lower sugar content of the grapes translates into wines with lower alcohol content, around 13 degrees. Therefore, through this professional tasting, the aim is to inform participants about the diversity of the Spanish wine regions. Now is the time to get to know the Atlantic wines of Galicia and the Canary Islands better.

Expert in Spanish wines, Remo de Fabritiis


Remo is a certified sommelier and wine trainer accredited by the Milan headquarters of the Italian Federation of Sommeliers for Hotels and Restaurants (FISAR). Remo has already been a speaker on Spanish wines (cava, white and red wines from Spain) and Chilean wines (in collaboration with Prochile) and has conducted tastings in collaboration with Italian regulatory councils (Abruzzo, Brunello di Montalcino, Bolgheri), trade fairs (Tutto Food), and wineries such as Ca' del Bosco.

In addition to his sommelier training, Remo holds the WSET 3 titles, Certified Spanish Wine Educator (ICEX 2023), Spanish Wine Specialist (ICEX 2022), and is an educator for wines from Rioja and Champagne. As for languages, Italian is his native language, and he also has language skills at a C1 level in English and Spanish and an A1 level in Chinese.

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Spain's Trade Commission in Milano

Via del Vecchio Politecnico, 3 20121, Milán

00 (39) (02) 781400