- Starts:March 15, 2021 11:00 pm
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Included in your registration:
Sample bottles (50ml ea, 1 sample bottle of the producer's different wines to be showcased)
Online Masterclass with the winery spokesperson
Hosted by a Cork & Fork Logan Team Member
20% discount on all featured wines (minimum purchase of 3 bottles)
Access to the online class, password protected (emailed after registration)
Sample pack available for pick up after online event registration
Sample pack available for shipping within the USA for $30 via FedEx
About the Winery:
Valle de Guadalupe has beckoned many from far and near as a place to settle down and make wine. Camillo Magoni, of Casa Magoni, however, is the icon of those who have made Baja their home.
Talk to anyone about wine in Baja California and they will mention Camillo Magoni, a significant part of the history of the wine industry in Valle de Guadalupe.
Born and raised in Morbegno, Italy, Camillo studied and received his Enology and Viticulture degree from the prestigious Enologica a Di Alba, located in Piedmont, Italy.
After working at the renowned Nino Negri de Chiuro winery in Valtelina, Camillo joined the winemaking team at L.A. Cetto in Baja, California. He quickly rose through the winemaking ranks at Cetto and ultimately spent 40 years with the winery.
Bodegas Magoni was established in 2002 and initially focused on producing high quality wines from private consumption. In 2013, the Magoni Family introduced their first portfolio of wines available to the public, all of which are produced from grapes harvested from their vineyards.
Today, the Magoni family is one of the largest growers in Valle de Guadalupe and their client list reads like a “Who’s Who” of the Baja winemaking community. Growing more than 110+ different grape varietals on more than 278 hectares, Camillo has literally created the largest experimental vineyards in El Valle. If Baja Norte ever becomes known for certain grape varietals, ultimately it might be the due to the time and resources Camillo invested and the lessons he shared with the winemaking community.
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