Cantina Giardino wines, which are organically produced in the high hills of Campania, Italy, are some of the world’s most famed natural wines.
The low-yield vineyard, owned and run by Antonio and Daniela De Gruttola, is planted in rich volcanic soil and farmed by hand to produce organic wines, which are raised in a combination of terracotta amphorae and large casks made from local wood. They’re bottled unfiltered, with no additions at all.
On Tuesday July 23, Newtown’s P&V Merchants is hosting a one-off tasting event with Giorgio de Maria, who co-founded natural-wine festival Rootstock and now runs Italian-focused Giorgio de Maria Fun Wines.
It’s a rare opportunity to taste 11 separate Cantina Giardino cuvees – including the popular Paski, T’ara’ra and Sophia wines – in Sydney, and there are only 20 spots. So get booking.
From 6.30pm to 8.30pm.