Wine&Wedding Italy presents at Sì SposaItalia Collezioni 2016

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Wine&Wedding Italy, for the forth year in a row is the VIP Lounge official sponsor at Sì SposaItalia Collezioni, presenting in Milano the Expo Concept Wedding for a Wedding dedicated to the Italian Lifestyle.

The event will be held in Milan, from 22nd - 25th May 2016 and becomes the protagonist of the new wedding proposals, hosting the most important brands of the Italian and international wedding industry.

Wine & Wedding Italy, with its collection of quality wineries and wine resort, is the Italian excellence for destination weddings and honeymoons in Italy, and is presenting in Milan his concept Wedding paying a
tribute to the World Expo 2015, combining charming hospitality, quality food, wine and wedding design.

Wine & Wedding, always faithful to the country luxury style, aims to surprise with color, creativity and handicraft. A multisensory wedding design experimenting styles; mixing flowers, citrus fruits, ceramics,
sweets, chocolates, wine and olive oil, Wine & Wedding wants to combine with the beauty of simplicity with the skill and precision of the handmade and Original Italian Style. Blue as the color of Bontempo ceramics that has been characterizing the Abruzzo company for 150 years, yellow as the nuances of Mediterranean citrus or gold as the color of wheat which inspires the raffia weaving of the Sicilian designer Marella Ferrera. Green as the vineyards that form the natural scenery and white like the classic confetti with almond of Avola by Antonio Maria Arbues, multicolor as the handmade stationary by Pineider, the Tuscany world-recognized brand and as the table created by the flower designer Elizabetta Cardani representing the elegant tribute to Italy and EXPO.

Among all these delicacies to look at and to taste, the holders of the VIP Card can not miss the wine
tasting offered by the wineries that are part of the network Wine & Wedding Italy: Baracchi, Bellavista,
Bisol, Cantine Florio, Castello di Buttrio, Masciarelli, Petra, Prime Alture, Roccafiore, Rocca di Frassinello,
Tenute Lunelli.

Wine & Wedding promotes twenty-five venues located in nine Italian regions for its Destinations Wedding in
Italy: Badia a Coltibuono, Castel Monastero, Il Falconiere and Tenuta Ricrio in Tuscany, Roccafiore in
Umbria, Castello di Buttrio in Friuli, Capofaro owned by Tasca d'Almerita family and also Donnacarmela,
Planeta Estate La Foresteria, Verdura Resort, Hotel Villa Neri and Feudi del Pisciotto in Sicily, Castello di
Semivicoli in Abruzzo, Venissa on the Mazzorbo Island in front of Venice, Borgo Egnazia, Masseria San
Domenico, Masseria Cimino and Masseria Le Fabriche in Puglia, Monastero Santa Rosa on the Amalfi
Coast and Prime Alture in Lombardy. In 2015 the brand is dedicating a new special section to the Cantine
d'Autore presenting five examples of excellence: Bellavista, brand in the heart of Franciacorta, Cantine
Florio in Sicily, passing through the magic of Cantine Petra in the heart of Maremma and the amphitheater
of 2,500 barrels of Rocca Frassinello always in Tuscany to arrive in Umbria where you can see 'The Carapace' group Lunelli designed by Arnaldo Pomodoro.

Following the growing trend of weddings abroad and taking strength from the success of the last
event in London during which were intercepted over 1,500 foreign couples interested in Italy as wedding
destination, Wine & Wedding has achieved high performing results recording in 2014 an increase of 80% of foreign couples who celebrated their wedding in the structures of the network.

To the seeking of important partnerships as the collaboration with the wedding flower Elisabetta Cardani,
the fashion designer Marella Ferrera and the Confettificio Antonio Maria Arbues and the world-recognized
brand Pineider, follows the establishment of a unique proposal of Italian fineness constantly offered to an
international audience through the annual Guidebook (available for free at Wine & Wedding stand)
international events, the website and a daily work of international marketing and
network communication.

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