From Friday 28th to Sunday 30th June the event will attract many professionals and wine lovers, including tastings, masterclasses and opportunities to discover the valley. Also on the calendar is the announcement of the winners of the 21st Müller Thurgau International Wine Competition, again this year entrusted to Andrea Amadei.

Summer in Val di Cembra has the unmistakable scent of Müller Thurgau: in fact, the 37th edition of Müller Thurgau: mountain wine is approaching, the now historic event scheduled this year from 28 to 30 June in the municipality of Cembra Lisignago and in the suggestive valley north-east of the capital.

Like every year, in the elegant rooms of Palazzo Maffei , wine lovers and enthusiasts will have the opportunity to taste dozens of labels of the vine created at the end of the 19th century by the Swiss researcher Hermann Müller, originally from the canton of Thurgau, through the cross between Riesling Renano and Madeleine Royal.

A vine that has found the ideal place to express itself on the terraces supported by over 700 km of dry stone walls, thanks above all to the porphyry soils and the strong temperature range that characterizes the Cembra Valley, but which is also successfully produced in other areas of Italy and Europe.

On the last weekend of the month, the spotlight will be on the 37th event dedicated to the famous vine in Val di Cembra.

Highly versatile, fresh and fragrant, it is the ideal choice for aperitifs and dinners in the summer, especially in this historical moment which sees the appreciation for white wines growing all over the world.

As part of the event, a highlight for enthusiasts and professionals will be the award ceremony of the 21st Müller Thurghau International Wine Competition , presented again this year, with the usual verve and passion, by Andrea Amadei , professional sommelier, radio speaker of Decanter, face of the Rai1 television program “È Semper Mezzogiorno” and editorial director of the magazine “The art of wine”.

And then the ” Fuori di Taste ” space, where on Friday and Saturday evenings the best wine productions of the valley will be offered in the bar, complete with musical accompaniment, dinner along the avenue, enriched by a dance show organized by the school Ritmo Misto, and the corner dedicated to lovers of spirits and mixed drinks, where bartender Leonardo Veronesi will propose new cocktails with grappa as the protagonist.

Finally, there are various opportunities to discover the area. Not far from Val di Fiemme, Val di Cembra fascinates with its dry stone walls as far as the eye can see, registered as a UNESCO heritage site, and for its wild nature which invites slow tourism. To be convinced of this, it will be enough to be tempted by initiatives such as the “Heroes” trekking among the vineyards, the slow-paced walks with alpacas and the “Cantine in saddle” e-bike tour , but also to try one of the Taste Experiences proposed by the Road of the Wine and Flavors of Trentino.