Meet the team

As sommeliers working in the hospitality business for many years, our passion is to give people the best experience and service and at the same time share our knowledge about wine. Therefore the idea of having a wine import had been growing for a while between the three of us. That’s why we teamed up and created ViaVino.

Our mission is to provide guidance about Italian wine and give people the possibility to taste more unique and rare wines. The wines we select are from family wineries that produce high-quality wine with traditional Italian varieties.

We hope you will follow us on our journey.


Mattia Spedicato

Mattia was born in Lecce in 1990 and moved to Copenhagen in 2015 where he lives with his wife Line.

Mattia’s Grandfather had a winery where Mattia spent his childhood and got into the hospitality industry in 2013 when he moved to Scotland. He worked his way through the ranks and at the same time gaining more and more passion for studying wine. After he moved to Copenhagen to work at the 3 Michelin starred restaurant Geranium where he quickly earned his WSET and Court of Master Sommelier Certification.

Today Mattia is the Deputy Restaurant Manager at Geranium and in his spare time he is in charge of sales in ViaVino. Mattia is very outgoing and considers himself to be a people person.

When presenting Italian wines Mattia always says:

- This wine is from the greatest Country in the World -


Søren Ørbek Ledet

Søren was born in Denmark in 1974. He lives with his wife and two children in Frederiksberg.

Søren started his career in 1995 as a chef and has worked in some of the best restaurants in Denmark. Søren started Geranium with his friend Rasmus in 2007 and in 2016 Geranium earned its third star in the Michelin Guide. Besides being the Co-owner, Søren is also the General Manager and Wine Director at Geranium. Søren Has been studying wine for many years, he is an Advanced Sommelier in the Court of Master sommeliers and a MS Candidate.

Søren has a soft spot for Italian wines, but he doesn’t really have any favorite wines:

- Most important thing besides the quality of the wine, is the moment and with whom you share it. That's the magic of drinking wine -