italy's best kept wine secrets 
Experience ITaly Through a Wine Glass
2000 years ago the Italian peninsula was known as "The Land of Wine." But today, Italy is more known for its food. 

What happened? 

In this wine class, author and importer Tony Margiotta will share a story about Italian wine culture and the local artisan wine scene that is leading the charge in quality and expression today. You don’t want to miss this!

You’ll discover:

—Overlooked Italian Wines That Are Undervalued
—The One Wine You Should Avoid At All Costs
—A Red Wine That Claims To Be The Secret To Longevity 
—When In Rome, Do As The Romans Do With This Timeless Wine
—4 Delicious Italian Wine & Food Pairings That Beat Dining Out

Join us for a virtual hour and a half of La Dolce Vita with good company while insider Tony Margiotta shares a new way of exploring Italian wine!

We’ll be tasting 4 hard-to-find local artisan wines from across Italy. 

Price: $515

· Virtual Wine Class on Zoom (90 MINUTES)

· Participants: No Limit. Invite as many people as you like. Anywhere in the world. 

· Email class@virtualwinesecrets.com to secure a class date before you submit payment. 

· Wines are not included in the price. Options to purchase the 2-4 bottles covered in the class will be offered after you purchase the class. Wine packs range from $70-115 with tax and delivery included. Please allow 10 days for delivery prior to the class date to ensure everyone gets their wine in time. 

*We ship to all states EXCEPT Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, & Utah.

Instructor Bio: Tony Margiotta 
 
Tony Margiotta roams the less-travelled backroads of the Italian countryside in search of quality craft wines. He’s the President of Gladiator Wine Distribution, an importer of small artisanal wines handcrafted in Italy. He’s the author of "Hidden Gems of Italy,” winner of “The Best European Wine Book In The US” at the Gourmand International Book Competition. His wines have won numerous awards including double gold and silver medals at the New York International Wine Competition. His family comes from a small village called Montaquila in Southern Italy. And Mr. Margiotta has been traveling to Italy for 20 years immersing himself in Italian food, wine, and culture. 


Amarone
and the wines of valpolicella
A Good Wine Can Be Made In The Cellar. But A Great Wine Is Always Made In The Vineyard.
Valpolicella is one of the most prestigious wine producing areas in the world. In Latin, Valpolicella means "Valley of Many Cellars." This means that for thousands of years this part of Italy has been well known of being a wine utopia. 

Amarone della Valpolicella is considered one of the world's greatest wines. 

And yet, it's a mystery as to how this original wine came into being. 

Tony Margiotta will set the record straight so you'll become an Amarone expert in just 1 hour. 

Price: $515

· Virtual Wine Class on Zoom (90 MINUTES)

· Participants: No Limit. Invite as many people as you like. Anywhere in the world. 

· Email class@virtualwinesecrets.com to secure a class date before you submit payment and to enquire about wine pack pricing. 

· Wines are not included in the price. Options to purchase the 2-4 bottles covered in the class will be offered after you purchase the class.  Please allow 10 days for delivery prior to the class date to ensure everyone gets their wine in time. 

*We ship to all states EXCEPT Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, & Utah.

Instructor Bio: Tony Margiotta 
 
Tony Margiotta roams the less-travelled backroads of the Italian countryside in search of quality craft wines. He’s the President of Gladiator Wine Distribution, an importer of small artisanal wines handcrafted in Italy. He’s the author of "Hidden Gems of Italy,” winner of “The Best European Wine Book In The US” at the Gourmand International Book Competition. His wines have won numerous awards including double gold and silver medals at the New York International Wine Competition. His family comes from a small village called Montaquila in Southern Italy. And Mr. Margiotta has been traveling to Italy for 20 years immersing himself in Italian food, wine, and culture. 

Autumn Italian Wines:

How To Spice Up YOur Wine Rack For The Fall Season
There are 2 Secrets To Picking A good Bottle in The Fall Season.
Walking through Pumpkin patches. Cutting oven-roasted Turkey. Pulling checkered flannel out of your closet. Every season has its style. So does wine…
 
In this wine class, author and importer Tony Margiotta will show you how to pair 4 delicious Italian wines with food for the Fall season. You won’t believe how easy it is once it’s revealed to you!
 
You’ll discover:
 
—How To Pair Food & Wine In The Fall
—A White Wine That Can Outlive Some Reds
—A Daring Wine Pairing With Turkey
—The People’s Wine In Piemonte
—When In Rome, Do As The Romans Do With This Timeless Classic
 
Join us for a virtual hour of La Dolce Vita with good company while insider Tony Margiotta shares a new way of pairing Italian wines with food. 
 
We’ll be tasting 4 hard-to-find local artisan wines from across Italy that make excellent autumn choices. 

Price: $515

· Virtual Wine Class on Zoom (90 MINUTES)

· Participants: No Limit. Invite as many people as you like. Anywhere in the world. 

· Email class@virtualwinesecrets.com to secure a class date before you submit payment. 

· Wines are not included in the price. Options to purchase the 2-4 bottles covered in the class will be offered after you purchase the class. Wine packs range from $70-115 with tax and delivery included. Please allow 10 days for delivery prior to the class date to ensure everyone gets their wine in time. 

*We ship to all states EXCEPT Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, & Utah.

Instructor Bio: Tony Margiotta 
 
Tony Margiotta roams the less-travelled backroads of the Italian countryside in search of quality craft wines. He’s the President of Gladiator Wine Distribution, an importer of small artisanal wines handcrafted in Italy. He’s the author of "Hidden Gems of Italy,” winner of “The Best European Wine Book In The US” at the Gourmand International Book Competition. His wines have won numerous awards including double gold and silver medals at the New York International Wine Competition. His family comes from a small village called Montaquila in Southern Italy. And Mr. Margiotta has been traveling to Italy for 20 years immersing himself in Italian food, wine, and culture.