Scotland’s Most Chic Wine Venue Proves Jazz is Simply Divino

by Scott Douglas

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

Scultpa Herald and Post

Hi-tech wine venue jazzes it up with weekly music performances

A specialist new venue which has captured the imagination of wine lovers is also attracting new customers by laying on a series of jazz performances.

Divino Enoteca is the brainchild of renowned restaurateur Tony Crolla, inspired by the rural wineries of his native Italy.

Since opening earlier this year, it has proved a popular addition to Edinburgh’s social scene, with its unusual blend of rustic authenticity and hi-tech wine dispensing machines.

State-of-the art Enomatic machines help preserve wine and ensure it is served at exactly the right temperature. They also allow customers to sample a huge range of wines without shelling out for an expensive bottles which they may not actually like.

Now Divino has introduced a weekly llive jazz offering. Renowned performer Dani Iannarelli will be performing at the venue, in Merchant Street, Edinburgh, every Tuesday and Thursday from 7.30pm.

Details of the jazz tie up featured in the widely distributed Edinburgh Herald & Post newspaper.

The coverage is the latest enjoyed by Divino Enoteca thanks the expert support of PR agency Holyrood Partnership, which provides public relations in Scotland.

 

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