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Ciudad Real, 09-11 de Mayo de 2017

Ciudad Real, 09-11 de Mayo de 2017





FENAVIN "leant out of" the SER radio program "La Ventana" ("The Window")

The program “La Ventana” in Ser Radio Station was broadcasted live this afternoon from the Assembly Room of the Trade Show Pavilion in Ciudad Real on the occasion of the Feria Nacional del Vino (National Wine Fair).

09.05.2005 | 

Before a great audience, Gemma Nierga and her co-workers Javier Cansado and José Luis Cornejo interviewed the president of FENAVIN, Nemesio de Lara, who explained this event is held with the objective to support the wine sector and all the people who live off it.

It has been said FENAVIN is the most important Wine Fair in Spain where 700 exhibitors registered and where, in Ciudad Real, more than 400 importers from 25 countries are working.

De Lara stated this great showcase of the Spanish wine has the best Wine Gallery in Europe and the best Business Center as FENAVIN was created "by business to make business".

The main novelty was the Innovation Room where 12 projects carried out in different countries around the world were presented, and when answering another question, De Lara mentioned the Asian markets and stated that it is important to keep in mind possibilities offered by the Chinese consumer. "In fact, we have visited China and Japan to prepare FENAVIN 2005"

Gemma Nierga and her team offered from Ciudad Real a program constantly alluding to the National Wine Fair. Many people talked about the scope and importance of this event, namely José María Barreda, President of the Community Council, and also well known experts like the sommelier, Custodio Zamarra, Carlos Falcó, Marquis of Griñón, the oenologist Cristina Pandolfi or the University teacher María Teresa de Cuadra who coordinates the Innovation Room.

The Sports journalist, Sergio Sauca and the ex tennis player Francisco Pato-Clavet were also interviewed by Gemma Nierga and her team. They talked about wine and sports, although the sports moment par excellence was for Taland Dujshebaev, who sadly confessed his disappointment in not bringing to Ciudad Real the European Handball Cup.

"La Ventana" of the Cadena Ser closed with dramatization of D. Quixote, the passage about the wineskin, performed by Javier Cansado as Sancho, Jordi Martí, as D. Quixote, Carmen Colino was Dorotea, Gemma Nierga was the narrator, young Manuel Carpintero from Ciudad Real, who was part of the expedition to the North Pole was the priest and the gastronomy journalist from the capital city Joaquín Muñoz Coronel, was the innkeeper.