V Mole di Fumo 2018

V Mole di Fumo – 2018

The V Mole die Fumo cigar event will take place on April 20 and 21, 2018, in Piossasco, Turin.

Thanks to Diadema S.p.A., Massimo Pomati’s tobacco shop Piazza Castello Riv. 01 and the tobacco specialist Venturello, run by Davide Venturello, on Saturday April 21, both the No. 50 and No. 54 lines by Quai d’Orsay will be launched in Italy.


April 20

5:30pm Regsitration in Castello ai Nove Merli, Piossasco (TO)
6:30pm: Crossover-tasting of the Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No. 2 from 2004 with Ferrari Riserva Lunelli sparkling wine
Cost: EUR 30.00; limited to 25 participants
9:00pm Dinner in Castello ai Nove Merli restaurant
Price: EUR 40.00
To round off, tasting of the Romeo y Julieta Wide Churchill with a Santiago Añejo 8 años rum

April 21

10:00: Registration
11:30: Welcome aperitif in Castello ai Nove Merli; tasting of the Quai d’Orsay No. 50 – to accompany it, sparkling wine by Cantine Ferrari, and rum-based cocktails (Cubay Carta Dorata).
12:30pm: Lunch, raffle, prize distribution
Price including cigars: EUR 75.00; without cigars EUR 65.00
2:30pm: Quai d’Orsay No. 54 tasting, followed by a rum tasting, conducted by brand ambassador David Bermudez Villamarin. The rum Santiago extra añejo 12 años will be tasted.
This part of the program is free for all those who have paid for lunch.
3:30pm: Partagás Serie D No. 1 E.L. 2004 tasting, together with a Glen Grant Caledonian Selection 1988 57.5% Barrel Cask 51612
Price: EUR 50.00 – limited to 25 participants.
Speakers: Cosimo Attanasi (president Puromotivo) and Rocco De Santis

Castello ai Nove Merli

Reservations: [email protected] and for information purposes also to: [email protected]
Register by April 10 at: [email protected]

Hotel and location:
Castello Feudale Nove Merli, Via Rapida Castelli 10, Piossasco (TO)

Info and contact:
Nicola +39 3495796761 [email protected]
Cosimo +39 3337025223 [email protected]
Fabrizio +39 3356831509

She learned her journalistic skills from scratch at a regional daily newspaper, for which she wrote articles for many years. Through working for the magazine Der Spiegel in Rome she had the opportunity to increase her professional knowledge in the field of media. Katja studied art history and Romance studies in Heidelberg, Palermo and Rome and, during the course of her studies, spent many years in Italy. The country was her teacher in things related to pleasure and lifestyle. She has been working for Cigar Journal since 2004. In 2010 she became editor-in-chief.


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