Cantina Tinazzi is an Italian winemaking enterprise located in the Veneto and in Puglia. The company was established in the Veneto in 1968 where it owns Cantina Tinazzi and Tenuta Valleselle, both estates with attractive locations in the hills above Lake Garda, near Verona. The estates in the Veneto produce well known wines that have won numerous prizes, such as Amarone della Valpolicella “La Bastia” and Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso “Monterè” both from the Ca’ de’ Rocchi range.
Since 2001 Tinazzi has also invested in a very vibrant region of Italy – Puglia – where the company now has two estates: Tenuta Feudo di Santa Croce and Cantine San Giorgio. The most popular wines so far to emerge from this enterprise are “Celebration LXXIV” and “Byzantium”, both classed as Primitivo di Manduria made by Feudo di Santa Croce.
Tinazzi is in continuous evolution, constantly researching new opportunities and expanding with new investments in new ways, both at the level of communications and at the level of quality improvement for its wines, as shown by the numerous prizes received every year in international wine competitions.
Now in 2013 Cantina Tinazzi launches a new communications programme presenting its new logo: the mosaic bottle. The mosaic tiles are a symbol not only of the multiplicity of wines we make, but also and above all, of the Tinazzi mission to be a standard bearer for the values, beauties and traditions that make Italy so special in the world. The complete institutional image of Cantina Tinazzi is changing. The website will now be in Italian, English, German, Russian and Chinese, reflecting the company’s commitment to the export market, especially emerging markets such as China and Asia. The site has all the information needed by clients, wine lovers and those who just want to know more about us: from technical sheets to bottle shots, from prizes to advertising pages featuring the company’s best wines.
The Vinitaly fair this year, in Verona from 7-10 April, will see Cantina Tinazzi located in a new stand, on two floors, presenting the company’s image in a direct and modern fashion.
Written by Decanter