European Wine Ambassadors

EUWINA Campaign starts 2023 with an exciting series of masterclasses in Singapore

뉴스 12 25, 2023

The Campaign in 2023 started in Seoul with three Masterclasses hosted by the Master of Wine, Ms. Annette Scarfe.

During the seminars, attendees travelled across some of the most interesting wine production regions in Europe, mastering the secrets behind their geographic characteristics and winemaking techniques. An educational approach involving the Protected Designations of Origin (PDO) and Protected Geographical Indications (PGI) in Greece, Unione Consorzi Vini Veneti (Italy) and ICRDO La Mancha (Spain).

A total of 5 D.O. La Mancha wines, 5 wines from Wines of Greece (EDOAO,) and 5 from Unione Consorzi Vini Veneti were tasted by 48 representatives from the trade and press after the presentation of these different European wine production areas.

Wines tasted:


1.Dominio de Baco Airén 2022

2.Viña San Juan Rosado 2022

3.Puente de Rus Crianza 2019

4.Oristán Crianza 2018

5.Pedroheras Reserva 2015


6.Moschofilero Boutari 2022

7.Domaine Costa Lazaridi Malagousia 2022

8.Aurelia 2022

9.Agios Chronos Red 2019

10.Samos Vin Doux


11.Bottega Millesimato Prosecco DOC Brut

12.Torresella Prosecco Rose DOC Brut 2021

13.Inama Vin Soave Soave Classico DOC 2021

14.Bolla La Doria Bardolino Classico DOC 2021

15.Farina Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore 2020

Know our 3 beneficiaries!

D.O.La Mancha is a Spanish Denominación de Origen Protegida (DOP) for wines, with over 190,000 hectares planted to vines, and it is the largest continuous vine-growing area in the world. It is located in the autonomous region of Castilla-La Mancha in central Spain. La Mancha has a vast wine-growing tradition, which, added to a series of characteristic geological, geographical and climatic elements that define it, make it an ideal territory to produce excellent grapes and subsequently give life to great wines, with very peculiar nuances. La Mancha wines are today among the most exquisite and prestigious in the world, they are tasted throughout Spain and also exported to the five continents, turning Castilla-La Mancha into the leading Autonomous Region of Spain in terms of wine exports in volume.

The Unione Consorzi Vini Veneti–U.VI.VE. was set up thirty years ago involving almost all the region’sConsorzi di Tutela (wine protection consortia). A far-sighted decision that has produced results over time. The U.VI.VE.’s main role is to represent Veneto’s DOC wine sector. Through the consortia, it coordinates the crucial monitoring and control activities of the production and marketing of Veneto DOC and DOCG wines, also with the aim of combating fraud and abuse affecting designations of origin and consortium brands. This protection ranges from guarantees for traceability to winemaking using traditional methods. Strict controls cover every single step of the entire wine-production chain, from the vineyard to the shop shelf.

National Interprofessional Organization of Vine and Wine of Greece. Greece has arguably one of the longest wine histories in the world as wine has always been an integral part of Greek culture since antiquity. Greece might not be the first country to produce wine, but what can be attributed to Ancient Greece is the development of a culture encompassing all aspects of wine: vine growing, production, legislation, trading, and, of course, the art of consuming wine. Despite their huge heritage, the Wines of Greece can promote themselves solely by virtue of their present attributes and not past glories. In the last three decades, a wind of change has been blowing through Greek wine production, turning a relatively traditional agricultural sector into a cutting-edge entity in today’s wine world. Greek producers have invested heavily in people, education, know-how, and technology, starting a steep learning curve.