2016/12/5，18:30 - 22:30
- 講義：由Prosecco DOCG產區中歷史最悠久的酒莊Bisol協助編制，結合公會學術資料與Bisol酒莊的資深講師教學經驗而成。
- 地圖：Prosecco DOCG公會全彩地圖
- 證書：Prosecco DOCG Connoisseur L2
PROSECCO DOCG COURSE
Taiwan Wine Academy
18.30 - 22.30, 5/12/2016
The first Prosecco connoisseur course given in Chinese in Asia is going to be launched in Taiwan! Integrated with sources from the Prosecco Consortium, the course provides the first-hand materials and gives you the opportunity to taste the complete wine series! Prosecco is a worldwide well-known sparkling wine and in 2013 it has also replaced champagne to become the most popular sparkling wine in the market.
- Materials: English
- Languages used in class: English with Chinese translation
- Materials: drafted by Bisol winery, and integrated with materials from the Prosecco Consortium
- Map: Coloured map by Prosecco Consortium
- Wines: 7-10 wines to be tasted
- Certificate：Prosecco DOCG Connoisseur L2
Elisa Rossetto was born in Vicenza, Italy in 1986. Naturally versed on the Italian world of wine thanks to the rich culture of her region, Elisa was also drown to Asia and China particularly early in her university studies. She graduated with honors in Asian Studies (Venice Ca' Foscari University). She received the congratulation of the university jury for her master degree thesis titled "Italian wines in China: the case of Prosecco".
She joined Bisol - one of the historical family of Prosecco and Cartizze - while still graduating, she took part in the Venice pavilion at the recent Shanghai World Expo 2010 where Bisol was one of the partner. Soon after, she was offered to join the official Bisol Chinese importer as Sales Director. She represented Bisol among other brands in Beijing principally. After three strong years of experience on the Chinese market and several business trips to Asia, Elisa is now based in Italy and is currently working at Bisol Winery as Export manager of the Asia Pacific area. She has a strong passion and enthusiasm for wine and she could talk all night long about Prosecco and it different appellations.