- 3 Postato of June 2012 in: News
The strength of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region lies in the wine tourism. In this regard we have with Massimo Del Mestre, director of the wine tourism association in Friuli Venezia Giulia, spoken and seized the opportunity to take stock of the events that took place recently Cantine Open Cities.
The event is from 26 Cantine Open Cities to 28 May at found and attracted about 200, 000 visitors. In addition to the large number of local visitors and tourists from northern Italy, Slovenia and Austria were present. The German tourists have appreciated it that this event has taken place on Whit Monday.
We asked to move Massimo Del Mestre a result of the event. "The Cantine Open Cities Initiative was created 20 years ago to promote wine tourism and this has been successfully carried out in some countries. The wine cellar is a trademark of the Friuli region, which is an extensive vineyard. Cantine aperte was created to achieve the following objectives: to show the manufacturing operations to give visitors the opportunity to taste the product and recommend it to others. The core concept is to the company and everything that has to do with the present. When talking about wine tourism, wine cellar of the ultimate destination. According to the data issued by Censis means a wine for € revenue of five euro for the region. The weekend takes place at the Cantine Open Cities, a revenue of 400, 000 / 500, 000 euro is achieved. To the 2.000/3.000 euro income per wine cellar, there are the revenues of the suppliers and the hospitality industry and all the tourist of this region brings in money. "
The slow or green tourism is currently on the rise everywhere and the Friuli Venezia Giulia region has the ideal conditions for this, but it still lacks various props. Mr. Del Mestre has told us that the association and the already existing initiatives in the region that are not united, promoted. To achieve the Union of initiatives following projects are already underway: the wine roads and the creation of a single tourist product. The wine roads, together with the increasingly open wine cellars will offer tourists a steady supply.
"We have more than 300 wineries that are open for pre-order - so Del Mestre -. It will not stay open, but the basic idea of the wine roads is that the wine cellars are opened alternately. We are working a lot with the new technologies: social networks, websites and other applications, all so we can give you the best information about this region to tourists. The priority at the moment is the development of the tourist product and the use of related services. "
[On the cover photo: Wine barrels of the eastern hills of Friuli DOC. Of movimentoturismovino.it]
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