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Mylène Bru: The Rhythm of Languedoc-Roussillon

No fussy formalities, just pure and simple energy and earthly generosity in each glass

September 05, 2019 – Vino Vero Venezia
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Mylène Bru was our guest in Venice for the annual event “Osti per una sera” and she has left an indelible mark on all of our wine related memories.

Mylène reminded us of one of those southern Italian ‘pizzica’ folk dances, with her hypnotising rhythms and overwhelming spirit, permeating and overwhelming all our senses. Her wines are made from local grapes with a deliberately refined rusticity and are void of any fussy formalities, just pure and simple energy and earthly generosity in each glass.

The Domaine Mylène Bru is located in Saint Pargoire, a small winery where the owner’s personality pervades the vineyards, her zeal and the wholeheartedness with which she cares for vineyards and her practice of biodynamic agriculture is all-encompassing when passing through the vineyards with a horse-drawn plow, harvesting the grapes by hand.

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Arianna Occhipinti: Ragusa Revival

The intensity of a woman and her land translated into wine

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The Archetype of the Dibenedetto Family: the harmony of “less is more” as the art of wine production

Returning to the archetypes, that is, to the natural form of something, is the only way forward in every aspect of our existence.

October 16, 2019 – Vino Vero Venezia