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How much work is behind a glass of Brunello di Montalcino wine?

How much work is behind a glass of Brunello di Montalcino wine? 

Behind a spoonful of extra virgin olive oil? 
Behind the tomato we put on the pasta?


This is the first video in a long series in which Gennaro de Concilio, CEO at Veloce and Co-Founder at Squisito tells with sustainable farmers the curiosities, the hard work and the added value of their non-industrial production, our Italianness, our heritage to be preserved.

A return to simplicity, to the enhancement of the Italian territory.


In the last 10 years with Veloce we have had the privilege to explore 90% of the Italian country and to met thousands of people, many producers, each one with a personal story.

We want to tell these and share their stories on Squisito channels. 

In this video we discover  L 'Aietta winery by Francesco Mulinari who produces an excellent Rosso di Montalcino, Spumante di Sangiovese, an exceptional white and a magnificent Brunello di Montalcino, defending the heritage, the biodiversity, and the old way to do wine (as for example using horses in agriculture or goose to naturally cut green). 

In this video Francesco tells how he defends the biodiversity of the places and how he treats his vineyards in the most natural way possible to produce an exclusive red wine. 

The video is subtitled in Italian and English languages with English subtitles. 

Discover the wine, Italian food and more at: 

Enjoy!
Gennaro



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