Fine Wine from Divino Enoteca Impresses at Daily Record

by Laura Berry

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Divino Daily Record PR in Scotland is a growing success for Divino Enoteca.

As part of the Holyrood Partnership’s work with Divino Enoteca, the Daily Record reported on the Edinburgh wine venue’s most expensive bottle – a 1997 Toscan Masetto.

Wowing numerous national papers, the vintage red comes in at £850 a bottle and is just one of the exciting and rare wines specially selected by head sommelier Sebastiano Ingaliso. As well as the extensive selection, the menu gives details of all the wine producers and a helpful glossary for those needing a little help. Not only that but the in house sommelier’s are on hand to answer questions and offer advice to all wine lovers.

Divino Enoteca on Merchant Street, Edinburgh is local entrepreneur Tony Crolla’s latest venture following the success of Vittoria and La Favorita. Ahead of the venue’s launch party, this latest piece of coverage as seen in the Daily Record is another success for the PR experts at the Holyrood Partnership.

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