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Amber Wine Festival 2022

June 17th and 18th
Castello di San Giusto – Trieste

Join us in the beautiful Castelo di San Giusto at the heart of Trieste with more than 50 wine producers from 4 countries and some of the most prominent boutique producers.

Enjoy this one-of-a-kind two-day event from the most beautiful view in the whole Gulf of Trieste. 

Tasting pass includes:

  • unlimited tasting of all wines on exposition
  • wine glass and bag – yours to keep
  • Festival map and tasting chart

Tickets are in the PRESALE – for one day, both days, or Accommodation package with festival admittance and lodging in one of the Trieste’s many high-standard hotels. Come and visit us at the Amber Wine Festival.

Amber Wine Festival 2022

June 17th and 18th
Castello di San Giusto – Trieste

Join us in the beautiful Castelo di San Giusto at the heart of Trieste with more than 50 wine producers from 4 countries and some of the most prominent boutique producers.

Enjoy this one-of-a-kind two-day event from the most beautiful view in the whole Gulf of Trieste. 

Tasting pass includes:

  • unlimited tasting of all wines on exposition
  • wine glass and bag – yours to keep
  • Festival map and tasting chart

Tickets are in the PRESALE – for one day, both days, or Accommodation package with festival admittance and lodging in one of the Trieste’s many high-standard hotels. Come and visit us at the Amber Wine Festival.

WHAT-IS-AMBER
WHAT-IS-AMBER

Call it Amber

 

Amber wines are white wines produced using traditional procedures, through prolonged maceration, that lasts at least 36 hours.

Prolonged contact with grape skins imbues the wine with tannins and beautiful deep amber color, a recognizable sign for this kind of wine production.

The sensory perception of Amber wines is complex and rich, tannic and fruity.

At the Amber wine festival, we use the most stringent criteria for wine producer admittance, which starts at the vineyard and continues to the wine cellar. 

We strive to give our visitors the utmost experience of white wines with prolonged maceration, tasting only the pinnacle producers and true Amber wines.

 

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Call it Amber

 

Amber wines are white wines produced using traditional procedures, through prolonged maceration, that lasts at least 36 hours.

Prolonged contact with grape skins imbues the wine with tannins and beautiful deep amber color, a recognizable sign for this kind of wine production.

The sensory perception of Amber wines is complex and rich, tannic and fruity.

At the Amber wine festival, we use the most stringent criteria for wine producer admittance, which starts at the vineyard and continues to the wine cellar. 

We strive to give our visitors the utmost experience of white wines with prolonged maceration, tasting only the pinnacle producers and true Amber wines.

 

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Covid-19 regulations

Due to the situation related to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Amber Wine Festival organization team informs all the visitors about the obligatory Covid pass prerequisite for entrance. 

In case of a change of regulations, all the visitors will be thus informed. 

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LOCATION
LOCATION

2022 Festival home – Castello di San Giusto

One of the most representative symbols of the city of Trieste, the Castle of San Giusto stands on the hill of the same name that dominates the city, its gulf, and its hinterland. Commissioned by the emperors of Austria, it was built in successive stages from 1468 to 1636, reaching the current appearance of a triangular fortress with bastions at the top.

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2022 Festival home – Castello di San Giusto

One of the most representative symbols of the city of Trieste, the Castle of San Giusto stands on the hill of the same name that dominates the city, its gulf, and its hinterland. Commissioned by the emperors of Austria, it was built in successive stages from 1468 to 1636, reaching the current appearance of a triangular fortress with bastions at the top.

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Castello di San Giusto, Trieste

Amber Wine Festival

June 17 and 18, 2022
Castello di San Giusto, Trieste

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