You must use the given template for your digital poster and upload it on PDF format.
The posters will be evaluated by a transnational board of panelists, composed by wine makers and experts in agronomy and marketing, on the basis of the following criteria:
The digital poster:
There will be three prizes (first three of the final ranking).
Our family has been making wine for centuries. The earliest documentary evidence linking the Schuster family and wine dates back to 1772. With a mixture of intuition, a sense of tradition and the courage to be innovative, we continuously strive to produce high quality wine from our grapes. Our winery logo, a ladybird, symbolizes the environmentally conscious way in which we treat fauna and flora in our vineyards. The gentle cultivation of our vines lays the foundation for exceptional wines. We attach particular importance to the hand-picking of our grapes. Roter Veltliner is the signature wine of our product range. This rarity among the white varieties is extremely important to us and is particularly nourished and looked after.
Everything started 30 years ago, when Nicos Lazaridis having lived and related with the magical world of wine in Tuscany, Italy, transferred his experience back in his homeland. That led him to create NICO LAZARIDI winery in 1987 in Drama. Since then, Drama was enological unknown both at national and international level. Cultivating known grape varieties that perfectly adapted to the local terroir of the communities of Agora, Pigadia and Adriani, revived the viticulture of the region. In 2000 willing to exploit the exceptional terroir of a new vineyard on the slopes of Pangeon Mountain, led us to create a new winery in that region, named the Mackedon. Also, nowadays, we have established a third winery in Mykonos Island, named “Vineyards of Mykonos”. The recognition of our products came fast based on the excellent facilities of the winery, the perfect selected grapes and the expertise of the people of the company.
Our family has been producing wine for over 160 years. We make wine only from our grapes, a selection of local varieties that we grow completely naturally, with no use of neither chemical nor organic fertilizer and no herbicide. We do not even water our plants. We only cut the grass when necessary. Our vineyard is located in the geographic area of hills called “Candia”, in the Northeast part of Tuscany, which boasts a millennial wine tradition that dates back before the ancient Romans. Our land consists of 5 hectares, entirely terraced, with up to 80% slopes that often suffer from landslides and force us to hand work in the vineyard.
Balatonfüred-Csopakis traditionally a white wine region. Following the regional tradition, we also produce mainly white wines. Our vineyards spread across the slopes of Balatonfüred, Pécsely and Vászoly, over 23 hectares of first class soil in areas with outstanding microclimates. We deal with nine types, of which we naturally consider the Riesling to be the most important because this grape best embodies the character of the region. Treatment of the grapes conclusively influences the quality of any given year’s wine. We wish to produce unique and impeccable wines, which is unimaginable without the perfect raw materials – the perfect grape. Thus we carry out the work of nurturing the vines and the grapes with exceptional care.