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Signora Luna Wines
Made in Italy
Location : Abruzzo
Products : Wine made with Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
Value : Organic
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Vincenzo Sulprizio, after years spent working for large multinational companies in the world of Marketing and Public Relations, decides, a few years ago, to return to his beloved Abruzzo to devote himself to his greatest passion: wine.
While working in various places both in Italy and abroad, he has always returned for the harvest and has practically made wine for the last 25 years, but always on his own.
He says of him: "My grandfather and my father taught me that wine can only be made in one way, that is, respecting nature and its cycles, and gently accompanying the grapes in their becoming wine, without forcing and using chemicals. . Now it is called natural wine, but for me it has always and only been called wine and it is the only way I know how to do it ".
Signora Luna was born from these experiences, and from what she learned from handed down traditions. The name derives from the attention and respect for the lunar cycles that are always respected both in the vineyard and in the cellar.
Signora Luna's wine labels represent the works of Alessandro D'Aquila who expresses his creative flair by digitally reworking images and adding text in Braille. Vincenzo and Alessandro, long-time friends, were convinced from the beginning that these works could also represent the world of wine as it not only takes the eyes to understand and appreciate it, but you have to use all your senses.
Wines "to drink with your eyes closed"