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FROM THE VINE TO THE GLASS: A VIDEO THAT TELLS YOU ALL ABOUT THE WINE OF CONEGLIANO VALDOBBIADENE

A four-minute full immersion in the region, to discover how and why Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. is different
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Images often say more than words. When we welcome someone in the midst of our vine-clad hills who has never visited them before, we realise the extent to which this cliché is especially true in the Denomination that we are proud to represent. Conscious of this fact, we invite everyone – and in particular those who wish to get to know our production area and practices better – to take a short break and watch this brief  video (available in the “Academy” section of our website), which shows Conegliano Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G. wine, its region and its people.

The film was made by DenebMedia, a video production team based in Milan.

It is an extraordinary journey which, in the space of just a few minutes, illustrates the “heroic” work carried out by the men and women who succeed in interpreting the particular configuration of our hills, creating an outstanding Italian product that is famous all around the world. These people continue every day – with passion and professionalism – to relate with the land, of which they are the guardians.

Places, people, sounds and fragrances encapsulate the symbiosis between man and nature. A succession of tiny details project the spectator into the cultural landscape that lies between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, making him or her increasingly aware of the link between terroir and savoir faire that characterizes Prosecco Superiore. We are taken from the land to the glass, focusing on details such as the distinctiveness of the soil and of the climate, which make this wine truly unique.

The decision to concentrate on details conveys the combination of passions that are part and parcel of every single producer in the Denomination, thus creating a narration that represents everyone: large companies and small, sparkling wine producers and vine-growers alike.

Shooting took place over a number of months, so as to show the region in the various seasons, with filming carried out both on the ground and from the air, thus offering an alternation of images that are engrossing and evocative. The music, which accompanies the progression of frames with dynamism and underlines the more dramatic scenes, was written specially for this project by composer Mario Mariani.