House Gancia awards the best wine farms in Italy
August 15, 2019, Canelli, Italy — Wine house Gancia, producer of the first sparkling wine in Italy, announces the results of the main event of the year for hundreds of wineries in Italy — the festival of winegrowers.
For more than 20 years in a row House Gancia gathers the most experienced winegrowers and rewards them for their dedication to the brand and the consistency of high quality harvest, which they supply for a wide range of legendary sparkling wines and vermouth Gancia.
On a warm summer evening on July 26, guests were greeted by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the holding “Russian Standard” Rustam Tariko and the head of the House Gancia Alessandro pikki, announcing the successful results of the year: if in 2014 was released 19 million bottles, by the end of 2018, this figure exceeded 28 million bottles.
The solemn event in the legendary cellars, which are part of the UNESCO world cultural heritage, was attended by more than 600 guests. The award ceremony for the best producers of grapes for the House Gancia was accompanied by an exquisite dinner accompanied by elegant sparkling wines Gancia and velvet voice of the famous Italian singer Joe Di Tonno. After the award ceremony, the evening continued with a concert of the actor and singer Jerry Kala, loved by several generations of Italians.
Wine house Gancia, founded in 1850 by the Creator of the first Italian sparkling wine Carlo Gancha, is a world leader in the production of Italian sparkling wines, aperitifs and vermouth. Located in Canelli, the heart of the Asti region, Gancia supplies high-quality products to more than 80 countries, including Japan, Korea, China, France, the United States, Belgium and the United Kingdom. In the line of sparkling wines are wines from sweet to dry, from obtained by the method of charm to rare vintages with more than five years of aging.
Information about Gancia Wine house
Wine house Gancia, celebrating next year the 170th anniversary, is the Creator of the world’s first Italian sparkling wine and white vermouth. For his contribution to the world wine industry House Gancia received international recognition and took pride of place in the UNESCO world heritage List. With more than 2,000 hectares of vineyards, Gancia produces a wide portfolio of sparkling wines, vermouth and aperitifs for more than 80 countries. In Russia, the brand is present since 2012 and is among the five leaders in the category of sparkling wines, every year strengthening its position. To date, Gancia is the second brand in terms of sales in Russia in the Prosecco segment and the fourth in the Asti segment.