School of wine tourism invites for an excursion to the Chateau Chizay (ANNOUNCEMENT)

22 May 2018 14:19  36179407 0181092
School of wine tourism invites for an excursion to the Chateau Chizay (ANNOUNCEMENT)

Tomorrow, on May 23, within the framework of the project "School of Wine Tourism" and Chateau Chizay Academy, there will be a working meeting of the School graduates.

Graduates are our venerable private winemakers, who are acquiring management skills, and also have the opportunity to exchange knowledge in a professional circle.

The program includes an expanded excursion, tasting and tour of the laboratory of the largest Transcarpathian wine manufacturer Chateau Chizay, as well as a meeting with the Chairman of the Hungarian Sommelier Association Zoltan Schlesack, who is the Chief Wine Advisor of the Chateau Chizay.

It should be emphasized: Chateau Chizay is the first and only winery in Transcarpathia, which, through the Chateau Chizay Academy special project, provides significant free assistance to all who are involved in the development of the tourism industry in Transcarpathia and will be happy to share experiences and knowledge with their winegrowing colleagues. Because Transcarpathian winemaking is a distinct feature of our region, which needs to be treated with great caution and with great respect. 

We invite you to the event, it will be interesting! You will be able to see (and to film) the production, to receive information about the Law and the prospects associated with it, as well as to talk with specialists, factory managers, Transcarpathian wine-makers and the guest from Hungary.

Attention, the event will be held TOMORROW! Wednesday, May 23, 2018, the beginning is at 10 o'clock on the territory of the Chateau Chizay winery (Beregovo, Chizay tract, 1).

Journalists are invited, registration is mandatory.

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