European Wine Ambassadors

EUWINA Campaign finishes their China seminars roadshow in Shanghai

뉴스 07 25, 2023

The Masterclass in Shanghai was the last stop for our Euwina Summer programme and what a successful roadshow, we had a record-breaking attendance of 83 participants who were eager to learn about the world of European wine.

We were also thrilled to have the Spanish, Greek, and Italian trade commissioners in attendance at our seminars, Counselor – Economic and Commercial Office of Spain in Shanghai, Mr. Juan Jose Zaballa Gomez; Deputy Trade Commissioner Shanghai Office - ITA Mr. Giuliano Martini; and Commercial Consul, Office for Economic & Commercial Affairs – Consulate General of Greece in Shanghai Mr. Spyridon Liontos. Their presence added a unique perspective to our discussions.

Our last Masterclass was led by the renowned lecturer, Ofilos Wu, who expertly guided us through a tasting of some of the best wines from three different regions. Participants had the opportunity to taste five wines from D.O. La Mancha, five from Unione Consorzi Vini Veneti, and four from Wines of Greece.

Ofilos Wu shared their knowledge and insights on each region, providing valuable information to all attendees. It was an incredible experience, and we're grateful to have had the opportunity to share it with so many wine enthusiasts.

The wines tasted were:


1.Alcardet Natura Chardonnay 2020

2.Camino Tinto Organic Red Wine 2021

3.Ladero Crianza 2018

4.Caballero Hidalgo Reserva 2017

5.El Vínculo Paraje La Golosa 2016


1.Arktouros 2019

2.Oenotria Land Cabernet Sauvignon – Agiorgitiko 2020

3.Grande Reserve Naoussa Boutari 2016

4.Samos Vin Doux 2021


5.Botter Prosecco Extra Dry

6.Maschio Dei Cavalieri Prosecco Rosé 2021

7.Ca De’ Rocchi Soave Classico 2021

8.Bertani Valpolicella Valpantena 2021

9.Vivaldi Amarone Della Valpolicella 2019

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’s Consorzi 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.