Are tallies from Montalcino May 18 vote indicator of who will be consortium’s next president?

While many Montalcino observers and actors on the ground have pointed to Ezio Rivella as the front-runner in the election for the 15-member advisory council president, some believe the results of the body’s general election represent a better indicator of who leads the race. Today, VinoWire obtained the public results of the May 18th election, in which more than 250 association members had the opportunity to vote. Results of the presidential ballot are expected Thursday.

Donatella Cinelli Colombini, who has often been mentioned as one of the leading candidates and has received public endorsements from high-profile producers, received the greatest number of votes.

Donatella Cinelli Colombini 115 votes
Giancarlo Pacenti 104 votes
Marco Cortonesi 92 votes
Francesco Ripaccioli 90 votes
Fabrizio Bindocci 89 votes
Rudy Buratti 81 votes
Andrea Cortonesi 77 votes
Fabio Ratto 76 votes
Elia Palazzesi 72 votes
Carlo Arturo Lisini Baldi 68 votes
Guido Orzalesi 67 votes
Ezio Rivella 67 votes
Bernardo Losappio 65 votes
Ermanno Morlacchetti 62 votes
Maurizio Lambardi 59 votes

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  1. Pingback: Numbers point to Cinelli Colombini, while pundits stump for Bindocci in Montalcino president race « Do Bianchi

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