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  • Over 8,000 consumers, trade representatives and members of the press flocked to the Expo over the weekend to indulge in a taste of authentic Italy. 41 Italian companies, including wine producers, olive oil manufacturers and importers, cheese makers and foodies, came together in the Italian Pavilion under the guidance of the Italian Trade Commission.
  • Italian Trade Commissioner Aniello Musella, shares his thoughts with i-Italy on the role of the Italian Trade Commission in the Saratoga Wine & Food and Fall Ferrari Festival. "This has been the meeting point for a great number of people who are attracted by the chance to taste a great selection of Italian wines and food specialties that already are available on the American market. . It is a practical way to deepen the general knowledge of a product that gets distributors, importers and consumers going. This is what the Italian Trade Commission does: not only do we educate, we also promote authentic Italian products."
  • The official wine sponsor of the Saratoga Wine & Food and Fall Ferrari Festival has been producing the classic wines of Piedmont since 1933. Their Duebollicine - Pinot Chardonnay Brut, Asti Spumante DOCG, Moscato Dolce VSQ Spumante, Brachetto d’Acqui - Spumante DOCG, Moscato d’Asti - Bricco Sant’Antonio DOCG, Piemonte Chardonnay DOC, Barbera d’Asti Albarelle DOCG and single vineyard Barbera d’Asti Superiore - Vigna Tre Termini DOCG were the stars of the party.
  • The exhibitors at Arts & Tannery, all members of the Italian Leather System Consortium, will present their Fall/Winter collections for 2013/2014 specifically selected for the American market. Organized by the Italian Leather System Consortium in partnership with the Italian Trade Commission, the event will take place at the Midtown Loft and Terrace on September 5th and 6th.
  • The East Coast MRKET trade show for menswear and accessories just wrapped up at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan. 36 Italian exhibitors representing 40 Italian brands participated in the show, thanks to the support by the Italian Trade Commission.
  • The 25th edition of Premiére Vision Preview New York, the most important trade show for textile and accessories on the East Coast, took place on July 11 and 12 in Chelsea. 30 Italian exhibitors participated in the show, and distinguished themselves for the innovative products they proposed to the American corporate buyers. “The Italian presence in this textile trade show is traditionally very much appreciated,” Italian Trade Commissioner Aniello Musella told i-Italy.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
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    The traditional Orvieto wines produced by Le Velette winery were presented on July 12 at the Italian Trade Commission. Imported by AgriLand, an Italian-American import-export company that recently inaugurated its Bronx showroom, Le Velette wines have been produced in the surroundings of Orvieto by the Bottai family, running the winery for over 150 years. Umbria also has a lot to offer as a touristic destination, and oenogastronomic tours of the region are gaining popularity among the American customers.
  • With 30 participating firms Italy will be the most represented nation at Premiere Vision, the most important trade expo for textiles and accessories. The 25th edition of the fair will take place on July 11 and 12 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea. It will anticipate the collections that will be presented at the Milano Unica fair in Italy.
  • The Italian Trade Commission and the Italian Wine & Food Institute organized a day-long tasting of delicious whites, rosés and sparkling wines (Prosecco, Moscato and Brachetto) for the press and insiders of the wine business promoting light and crisp wines that will cool down any hot summer day.