The label is the result of an artistic synergy with the Venetian Small Caps studio
Venice, April 15, 2020 – On the occasion of the 1600th anniversary of its foundation, Vinorè decided to pay homage to Venice by dedicating a Pinot Grigio Venezia DOC.
Viticulture in the Venetian and Treviso area has been present since Roman times, as evidenced by numerous historical findings; thanks to the Venetian Republic, an artistocratic viticulture was born, it’s testified by some very early publications on the subject, such as the “De Vini Natura Disputatio”, in year 1535, considered to all intents and purposes as the first treatise on enology. The DOC Venezia is famous above all for its vineyards located in the historic center of Venice and the islands, where they arrived over the centuries, cultivated in the various orchards (vegetable gardens) of noble houses and convents. In particular, it is within the various ecclesiastical complexes that the vine, a symbol of home, fertility and conjunction with the divine, was cultivated with patience and dedication by the friars. The DOC Venezia is also produced in the province of Treviso, where this Pinot Grigio Doc Venezia Vinorè comes from.
The Pinot Grigio Doc Venezia Vinorè, with a straw yellow color full of golden reflections, presents itself to the nose with a perfume with marked floral and fruity notes. We find the golden apple and the passion fruit accompanied by a pleasant fragrance of jasmine and elderberry with a light vanilla sensation. On the palate it is intense with a good alcohol content accompanied by a pleasant flavor and freshness. It is excellent to accompany refined foods with a persistent, decisive but aromatic taste.
The young and brightly colored label that refers to the city of Venice, its palaces, views and atmosphere is the result of the synergy between Vinorè and the two designers, Paolo and Federico, who met while attending the University of Architecture of Venice and then decided to stay permanently in the lagoon city, creating Small Caps, a graphic design studio in Campo Santa Margherita where the two designers dedicate themselves to poster art, creating original illustrations.