• English English
  • Italiano Italiano
  • Deutsch Deutsch
  • Français Français
  • CHF
  • EUR
  • USD
  • Tax incl.
  • Tax excl.
Tax incl.


Luxury pastry meets prestigious wines and fine art.
An exclusive event with the attendance of the renowned Master Pastry Chef Iginio Massari, on 30 March 2023 at Artrust Gallery in Zurich, Bärengasse 16, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
You will have the chance to taste the delicacies prepared and presented by the master Iginio Massari in person, listening to the magical stories he will tell about the iconic products of his Brand: Iginio Massari Alta Pasticceria. Mr. Massari will be present at the event between 3 and 4 p.m.
Limited availability. Ticket price: CHF 40. Reserve your ticket at the bottom of the page, or click here!

Would you like to pre-order Iginio Massari's iconic Colomba? The selection is limited. Send us an e-mail at [email protected] and pick it up at one of our ARVINO Luxury Wine Shops in Melano, Lugano or Zurich.
You will be welcomed in the new Artrust exhibition venue in Zurich and you will meet the master Iginio Massari, considered the greatest Italian Master Pastry Chef in the world.

The Master will be accompanied by the presence of four iconic producers of sweet wines, which will further enhance Iginio Massari's delicacies:

La Spinetta
Moscato d’Asti Bricco Quaglia 2022
Passito oro 2015

Klein Constantia
Vin de Constance 2016
Vin de Constance 2019

Chateâu Rieussec Sauternes
Chateâu Rieussec 2019
Chateâu Rieussec 1998

Quinta do Noval
Quinta do Noval Colheita 2003
Noval Tawny 20 year old
While tasting the Master’s delicacies and the sweet wines you will be surrounded by the works of art in the new Artrust exhibition venue that has recently opened in Zurich, in the heart of the city, in Bärengasse 16, which will stand alongside its main one in Melano.

In the coming months the works of the Ticino gallery will also be featured in the new wide spaces of the Artrust Gallery Zurich: two floors dedicated to art, with installations that will rotate periodically in order to offer the widest possible overview of the artists and movements in the collection. The inaugural exhibition has Karel Appel and Le Corbusier as its main protagonists.
Sort by