The tasting will take place from 16 to 18 June 2021.
For Italian companies, the invoice, valid for tax purposes, will be issued in electronic format and sent via SDI. It will still be available on the Inland Revenue website under “Invoices and Considerations”.
For EU and non-EU companies, the invoice will be issued to the company name and sent to the administrative address indicated during registration.
If the EU or non-EU company does not provide the TIN or a valid VAT number during registration, the invoice will be issued with VAT at 22%.
For further accounting queries, please contact email@example.com.
Dedicated rates are reserved for companies exhibiting at Vinitaly 2020/2021, participating in 5StarWines 2019/2020, European and non-European.
An early-bird discount on the total is granted to all companies:
– 15%, valid until April 2, 2021
– 10%, valid until April 26, 2021
For each wine entered, it will be necessary to send:
1) n. 6 labelled bottles with a capacity of 0.750 litres (samples without commercial value)
n. 12 labelled bottles with a capacity of 0.500 or 0.375 litres (samples with no commercial value)
2) A hard copy of the summary generated at the end of the payment process and received by e-mail.
3) n. 6 printed labels (front and back), the same as those attached to the bottles and with all the wine data, for each type of wine sent.
Samples may be sent by a courier service of your choice. The pro forma invoice must specify “samples without commercial value”.
Shipping address for Italian and EU companies
“Gruppo Volta S.r.l.”
Via Bussolengo 8/C, Sommacampagna (VR),
Warehouse hours: 09:30-12:30 / 14:30-17:30
“Vinlog powered by Kuehne + Nagel”
Via Dolomiti 7, località Cà degli Oppi, Oppeano (VR)
Office hours: 8:30-12:30 / 13:30-17:30
Contact persons K+N Expo:
Giulia Reggiani, +39 045 7139305
Sara Fakir, +39 335 1807752
The judges are always high-profile professionals selected by the Scientific Committee, with diverse backgrounds, curricula and geographical origins. They include Masters of Wine, Italian Wine Ambassadors and Experts, Sommeliers with proven international experience, oenologists, journalists and expert writers.
The judges are divided into Panels, based on their respective specialisation in specific grape varieties or geographical areas.
In light of the restrictions on international mobility adopted by individual countries to contain the COVID-19 epidemiological emergency, the Selection could be revisited in an “agile” manner: some judges would taste at their homes, others on site at Veronafiere. Judges would be selected on the basis of the possibility of 1) receiving, storing and preserving samples in accordance with the most rigorous methods, and 2) having the presence of a third party in the sample sorting, tasting and assessment stages.
During the tasting, the judges assign their judgement to each wine tasted via an evaluation WebApp.
The score is awarded according to the following three parameters:
- Sight: up to 20 points
- Smell: up to 40 points
- Taste: up to 40 points
Once the samples arrive at the warehouse, they are classified, sorted, anonymised and then subdivided by type and grape variety. Each panel is assigned a certain number of flights based on their specific knowledge. These activities are carried out under the coordination of the scientific director and with the collaboration of a team from Assoenologi.
During the event, each commission carries out two tasting sessions per day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Find out all the benefits in the “Why participate?” section of this website.