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Ferrari Trento by the Numbers; the 69th primetime emmy® awards & Governors Ball

Ferrari Trento, Italy’s most awarded sparkling wine producer, returns as the official bubbly of the Emmy® Awards for the third consecutive year. Ferrari’s Brut Trentodoc will be served to guests at the Creative Arts Emmys this Saturday & Sunday, September 9th & 10th as well as the Primetime Emmys & Governors Ball on Sunday, September 17th. See below for some more exciting facts and figures surrounding Ferrari Trento this Emmy® season!

Fun Ferrari Facts

12,200 Total People Served

Over 3,500 Total Bottles of Ferrari Trento Popped

30,000 Total Glasses of Ferrari Trento Poured, Including:

  • 3,000 Glasses of Giulio
  • 3,000 Glasses of Perle
  • 3,000 Glasses of Perle Rose
  • 3,000 Glasses of NV Rose
  • 18,000 Glasses of Brut NV

Golden Grandeur, the theme chosen this year by the Television Academy for the Governors Ball, is the match between elegance and sustainability. This choice is perfectly coherent with the work the Winery has been building for years: Ferrari makes elegance the distinctive feature of its Trentodoc bubbles and pursues sustainability throughout its activity both in the vineyard and in cellar.

Ferrari is sold in fine wine retailers and top restaurants throughout the USA. Find out where to buy near you at www.palmbay.com/where-to-buy.

About Ferrari Trento:

Founded in 1902 by Giulio Ferrari in Trento, it is Italy’s leading luxury sparkling wine. The Lunelli family has been running it since 1952 keeping Giulio Ferrari’s dream alive without ever compromising on quality.  The Trentino region is cultivated with passion and respect thanks to sustainable mountain agriculture. Ferrari Trentodoc has always been a symbol of the Italian Art of Living and accompanies the most important moments in culture, sport and entertainment.

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