Discover Umbria . Winery Trip to Rome . Estate Tastings and Gala Dinner . Friday 30th November to Sunday 2nd DecemberSeptember 12th, 2012Events – Rome
Friday 30th November to Sunday 2nd December
Includes two Club Vivanova events
30th November . Official Wine Launch at the Estate
1st December . Gala Dinner at the Chateau
Proposed guests of honour
Australian Ambassador HE David Ritchie
New Zealand Ambassador HE Trevor Matheson
Join us for an exclusive weekend in Rome at the wonderful Castello delle Regine winery estate in the Valley of the Queens, Umbria. Castello delle Regine has partnered with Club Vivanova in Italy and the estate owners Paolo and Livia Colantonio have invited Club Vivanova guests and friends for this gourmet trip at special fully-inclusive accommodation rates. Please see the pdf link below for full itinerary and information pack. Bookings and further information, please contact Bradley Mitton on email@example.com.
Places are limited to twenty four and guests will be accomodated in beautiful private cottages on the estate with out-buildings and a Chateau that date back 2,000 years. Guests should arrive at Rome airport on Friday 30th November for a free transfer to the estate and we’ll drop you back at the airport on Sunday 2nd December. Attendees will have the chance to wine and dine with Club Vivanova and partake in some very interesting wine tasting with special guests and truly wonderful gourmet experiences. Please note that members and non-members alike may book for our events, which are always well attended; early reservations are recommended
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Castello delle Regine’s history goes back to the 16th century. Its thousand acres lie about 40 miles north of Rome between the communities of Narni and Amelia in Umbria. Approximately 250 acres are destined to become vineyards, of which 200 acres are already under vine and in production. Some 7,000 olive trees, most of them more than a century old, produce high quality extra-virgin oil.