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Study trips

The organisation of study trips to foreign wine regions is Vinidea’s historical activity, started by Gianni Trioli even before he founded the company.
The special feature of Vinidea, which is not a travel agency, is that it knows how to select the most significant and suitable visits in each region for the group of participants on the trip, making it possible to optimise the little time available and take home from the place visited as much information and emotion as possible.

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Italy

Study trips to Italy are attended by Italians who want to visit other regions, or by foreigners who want to learn about our country and its productions and companies.

Trips organised so far:

2019
1. Langhe – technical group MOET & CHANDON
2. Franciacorta & Trentino – Brazilian producers group

2018
1. Prosecco – technical group Nicholas FEUILLAT

2017
1. Prosecco – Association des Oenologues de Champagne

2016
1. Piemonte – Technical group ICV Provance

2015
1. Veneto Orientale & Friuli-Venezia Giulia – Laore & Sardegna viticulturists
2. Veneto Occidentale & Trentino-Alto Adige – Laore & Sardegna viticulturists
3. Piemonte, Toscana – Tesoaria Winery & Celestina Vineyard (Oregon)

2013
1. Piemonte, Toscana & Veneto – Washington State University

2011
1. Vineyard mechanization (Piave, Conegliano, Grave del Friuli, Collio, Isonzo, Custoza) – French viticulturists CGV & ICV

2009
1. Langhe & Monferrato – C.S. Valpolicella di Negrar

2007
1. Vineyard mechanization (Università di Bologna, Toscana) – French viticulturists ICV
2. Piemonte: Sparkling wine in autoclave (Asti) – Spanish oenologists group, ACI Mancha

2006
1. North Italy (Soave, Valpolicella, Trentino, Alto Adige, Franciacorta) – Spanish oenologists, Sepsa
2. Marche (Castelli di Jesi, Rosso Piceno, Rosso Conero, Morro d’Alba) – C.S. Valpolicella di Negrar

2005
1. Marche (Castelli di Jesi, Colli Maceratesi, Morro d’Alba, Rosso Conero, Matelica) – C.S. di Ala

2004
1. Sicily coast to coast (Marsala, Menfi, Valle del Belice, Vallelunga P., Butera, Etna) – SIVE
2. Italian Module OIV International Master (Toscana) – OIV

2003
1. Italian Module OIV International Master (Veneto, Lombardia, Toscana, Piemonte) – UIV
2. Tirrenean Toscana – SIVE

2002
1. Different areas of Toscana

2001
1. Emilia Romagna, Umbria & Toscana – Spanish oenologists group, Sepsa/Lallemand

Abroad

Most trips feature Italian technicians visiting foreign wine areas as participants, exploring a little-known region or developing a theme, style of wine or technology.

Here is the past record of our trips:

2024
1. Portugal (Alentejo) – SIVE

2023
1. Spain (Rioja & Ribera del Duero) – ONAV

2022
1. France red wines (Bordeaux, Cahors, Languedoc, Châteauneuf) – VINTEGRO Project
2. France (Champagne) – SIVE
3. Portugal (Madeira) – SIVE
4. South Africa – SIVE

2021
1. Portugal (Douro) – SIVE

2019
1. France (Provance, Rhône valley) – LIFE+ SOIL4WINE Project
2. France (Provanza, Languedoc), Spain (Cataluña, Priorat, Aragon) – technical group FERRARI
3. Georgia – SIVE

2018
1. France (Champagne) – BBS Champagne club Novara
2. France (Champagne) – technical group FERRARI
3. New Zealand – SIVE

2016
1. Armenia – SIVE

2015
1. France (Côtes du Rhône North) – Terre da Vino
2. France: Grenache (Provanza, Languedoc, Châteauneuf-du-Pape) Laore & Sardegna oenologists
3. France: (Champagne) Laore & Sardegna oenologists
4. France (Bordeaux) Contini

2014
1. France (Champagne) – Terre da Vino
2. Spain: Garnacha (Aragona, Priorat) Laore & Sardegna oenologists

2013
1. South America (Chile e Argentina) – SIVE

2012
1. France (Montpellier & Côtes du Rhône) – SIVE / Grundtvig
2. California (Sonoma, Napa, Central Valley, Central Coast) SIVE

2011
1. India (Mumbay, Nasik, Delhi, Jaipur, Agra) – Accademia Italiana della Vite e del Vino
2. France (Burgundy e Alsace) – Master Vini d’Origine (Fondazione Edmund Mach – Univ. di Milano)
3. France (Bordeaux & Loira) 4. Master Vini d’Origine (Fondazione Edmund Mach – Univ. di Milano)
5. Portugal & Galizia – SIVE

2010
1. France (Champagne) – SIVE

2009
1. France (Bordeaux & Loire) 2. Consorzio Colli Orientali del Friuli
3. France (Champagne) – Master Vini Spumanti (Fondazione Edmund Mach – Università di Milano)
4. Spain (Cava) – Master Vini Spumanti (Fondazione Edmund Mach – Università di Milano)
5. France (Champagne & Burgundy) – Università di Padova

2008
1. CHina & Hong Kong (Hong Kong, Pechino e zone limitrofe) – SIVE
2. Spain: Rioja & Navarra (Logroño, Autol, Olite, Larraga, Ayerbe) – Vignaioli Piemontesi
3. France Midi (Provanza & Côtes du Rhône) – C.S. Valpolicella di Negrar

2006
1. France Midi (Languedoc-Roussillon, Côtes du Rhône) Colidretti Arezzo
2. North America (Seattle, Walla Walla, Columbia River, Willamette, Finger Lakes, Niagara, Toronto, New York City) – SIVE
3. France Midi (Languedoc, Côtes du Rhône) – Terre da Vino

2005
1. White wines of cool climates: Switzerland (Wädenswil), France (Alsace, Jura, Burgundy), Valle d’Aosta (Morgex) – SIVE
2. South Africa (Cape Town, Constantia, Stellenbosch, Paarl, Olifant River, Franschhoek, Worcester) + Safari – SIVE
3. France Midi (Languedoc-Roussillon, Côtes du Rhône). Agricoltori Chianti Geografico

2004
1. Australia (Barossa, McLaren Vale, Adelaide, Riverland, Hunter) & New Zealand (Marlborough, Hawke’s Bay) – SIVE
2. Spain (Mancha, Rueda, Ribera del Duero) – SIVE
3. France Bordeaux (Sauternes, Pomerol, Saint Emilion, Médoc; Côtes de Blaye) – Albrigi company

2003
1. Argentina & Chile – SIVE
2. France (Burgundy, Chablis & Champagne) – Scuola Specializzazione Univ. Torino

2002
1. California (Central Coast, Central Valley, Napa e Sonoma) – SIVE
2. France (Languedoc & Bordeaux) – CNP
3. France white wines (Val de Loire, Sancerre, Borgogna, Chablis & Champagne) – SIVE

2001
1. Portugal (Vinho Verde, Porto, Douro, Bairrada, Alentejo) – SIVE

2000
1. Slovenia & Hungary (Balaton, Eger, Tokaji) – SIVE
2. Spain (Rioja, Ribera del Duero) – ARRSA Regione Abruzzo
3. France (Châteauneuf du Pape, Languedoc-Roussillon). Spanish oenologists group

1999
1. Australia & New Zealand (South Australia, New South Wales, New Zealand) – SIVE
2. California (Napa, Sonoma, Central Coast, Central Valley) 3. ARRSA Regione Abruzzo

Trips organised by Gianni Trioli, as SIVE secretary

1998
1. France (Vallée du Rhône, Languedoc, Medoc) – SIVE

1997
1. South Africa (Stellenbosch, Constantia, Worcester, Paarl) SIVE

1996
1. Spain (Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Rueda) – SIVE

Trips organized by Gianni Trioli, as a Lallemand employee

1995
1. Switzerland, Germany, Austria (Rheingau, Mosel, Franconia, Danube)

1994
1. California (Napa, Sonoma, Central Valley)

1993
1. France (Midi, Bordeaux)

1992
1. France (Burgundy, Chablis, Val de Loire)

1991
1. France (Alsace e Champagne)

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