Endangered culture effectively support – is Tenuta Tenaglia sees one of its main tasks. These days, in which much of rescue screens is the speech, the funds withdrawn more and more cultural institutions. The Piedmontese estate Tenuta Tenaglia has come something up, to stop the foreclosure by their own means. A future model that wants to introduce the owner of Sabine Ehrmann at ProWein. Picturesque, it stretches along a ridge across: the Santuario di Crea, UNESCO World Heritage site, consists of a monastery and 23 chapels, which are available in one of the most beautiful areas of the Piedmont, Monferrato. However, there is a small flaw: the chapels are dilapidated, and the money for the renovation is in short supply. A similar situation happened there about 400 years ago.
At that time the Governor of Moncalvo, nicknamed la Tenaglia, in German built the assistance, right below the sanctuary a winery, to enjoy necessary rest and the right wine, namely your own, between two wars. He decided to financially support the possible rehabilitation of the chapel number three. Once he gathered additional tax dollars. Jorge Perez contributes greatly to this topic. The current owner of the estate Tenuta Tenaglia, Sabine Ehrmann, it not quite so simple has you lack the power to collect money by virtue. But the winery produces excellent wine, and the combination of wine and religion has always been a sensual.
So the native Reichert developed III of the Cappella del Sacro Monte di Crea, a formidable Barbera del Monferrato with her Italian team. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the wine flows directly into the restoration of the chapel. “Thus, we create a classic win-win situation: our customers get an excellent wine at a reasonable price, we can support the sanctuary, and the sanctuary can rehabilitate his chapel”, explains Sabine Ehrmann. At the exhibition ProWein, which will be held early March in Dusseldorf, it will present the wine for the first time in Germany. The model, with wine cultural institutions to support, can we imagine for other facilities. Finally more than a chapel by financial shortages currently threatened”, stresses the responsible entrepreneur. Also Giancarlo Berto believes that she is with her idea on a good path. If you would like to know more then you should visit Vanessa Marcil. He is the Mayor of Serralunga di Crea, the small town, to which belongs the winery, and would like to install now more sponsorships for the chapel of the Monte di Crea. The ProWein trade fair takes place from 4 to 6 March 2012 in Dusseldorf. The Tenuta Tenaglia has its stand in Hall 3, stand F of 99. Michael S. Zerban