• Lindley Hall
    Royal Horticultural Halls
    Elverton Street
    SW1P 2QW

    The greatest Nebbiolo show on Earth!

    Become a #Nebbiolista!

    Nebbiolo Day is the world’s largest comprehensive tasting covering all Italian denominations producing this complex and ageworthy red Italian grape that represents the pinnacle of fine wine. The event is exclusively reserved for trade and media.

    Organised by Walter Speller, www.JancisRobinson.com‘s Italian wine specialist and Jane Hunt MW, more than 90 producers will present their wines in a unique, full day’s immersion in Nebbiolo, showcasing the variety’s many expressions that originate from Northern Italy’s diverse terroirs putting an inimitable stamp on the wines’ styles.

    This is a unique opportunity to taste wines from denominations not previously seen in the UK and in the presence of their producers, with many looking for UK representation. 

    5 March 2019

    Lindley Hall – Royal Horticultural Halls – Elverton Street
    London SW1P  2QW 


    In addition there will be three seminars led by Walter Speller and Master Cartographer Alessandro Masnaghetti (enogea.it)

    11:30 hrs
    SEMINAR No 1: The rediscovery of Alto Piemonte and Valtellina’s heroic alpine viticulture

    14:30 hrs
    SEMINAR No 2: Overview Barbaresco & Barolo featuring new releases

    16:30 hrs
    SEMINAR No 3: Mapping the Expression of Soils – a special, in-depth seminar on soil composition and wine styles of the Langhe by Alessandro Masnaghetti

    Places for all seminars are limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’  basis. Due to expected high demand we can allocate one place per person only.

    Please reserve your place indicating which seminar you would like to attend by sending a mail to info@nebbioloday.com


    Visitors of Nebbiolo Day can get a quick overview at their own leisure of the lastet releases in a walk-around featuring wines.

    The Nebbiolo Trail presents all  styles of Nebbiolo produced through Northern Italy in a walk-around blind tasting showing how each terroir puts an inimitable stamp on each wine.