Moncaro has launched a new wine range that contains only half of the maximum allowed level of sulphites. This was made possible thanks to Moncaro’s substantial investments in research and development.
“Wine making with no added sulphites is the new wine holy grail says Moncaro’s winemaker Giuliano D’Ignazi. In 2014 we launched two different wines with no sulphites under the name of Atavico. This was made possible also thanks to the partnership with the Italian winemaker Riccardo Cotarella, chairman of Assoenologi”.
Moncaro’s aim is to combine the highest quality with the need to create a healthier product. Thanks to constant investment in R&D, Moncaro was able to extend the wines’ longevity even with no sulphites, so much that the company is considering reducing sulphites in its entire product range.
This year Moncaro celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Looking to the near future, Moncaro’s aim is to strengthen its market position in Italy whilst boosting its export by entering new markets, namely, The USA and Brazil. The company is aiming to increase its turnover to €30m by 2020.
One of Moncaro’s key markets is China. In 2009, Moncaro started a joint venture with some Chinese importers and to date, thanks to this joint venture, Moncaro has opened 15 flagship stores in a number of major cities in China. In the same year Moncaro also started a joint venture in India, in Mumbay area.
Moncaro is among some of the most awarded Italian wine producers. Only over the past three years the winery has won a number of international awards as well as featuring a staggering 181 times on top professional wine guides, winning the highest wine industry’s awards worldwide.
The New Frontier Of Italian Wine Is In Sulphites-Free Wines speed read:
– Moncaro is among some of the most awarded Italian wine producers
– The company has launched new wines with no added sulphites
– Moncaro has opened 15 flagship stores in China
– Moncaro’s aim is to enter USA and Brazil markets
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