Edinburgh’s First Wine Library Gets Full Bodied PR in Trade Magazine
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
on behalf of Divino Enoteca
SLTN magazine has featured an article on the up and coming Divino Enoteca venue that will provide wine lovers in Edinburgh with the chance to sample rare and fine wines by the glass.
The article details that the venue – brainchild of restauratuer Tony Crolla – will provide 4 enomatic machines that will use nitrogen gas to preserve the wine ensuring that customers get the perfect serve every time.
The venue in Merchant street in the Grassmarket area of the city centre will also contain a 14 seat wine education room that will host wine tasting and education sessions lead by head sommelier Sebastiano Ingaliso.
A selection of Italian foods that complement the wines will also be on offer for customers and will include Italian cheeses, cured meats and marinated vegetables.
Tony Crolla says in the article: “Divino Enoteca will be the first place in Scotland to offer wine lovers the chance to sample some rare wines thanks to the enomatic technology.
“It means that people who may have always wanted to try a rare vintage but may have been denied because of the cost of a full bottle or difficulty in sourcing the wine can now do so.
“Customers can come to Divino Enoteca to relax and enjoy the falvour and aromas of the food and drink on offer.
“We have a simple aim to be the best Enoteca in the UK.”
The full article can be read in the latest edition of the SLTN magazine and was secured as part of a successsful campaign carried out by the Holyrood Partnership.
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