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Venice and the protection of wine


During the rule of the Venetian Republic or the Serenissima (data,) the Venetians put into effect a series of commercial politics for their wines. Disassociating from Dionysian Greece’s vision of wine as sacred or symbolic, they focused on distinguishing the quality and origin of the product. Dissolving the traditional denominations such as, “de plano” (from the plains) or “de monte”(from<


Today the excellence of Prosecco is found in the wonderful hills of Valdobbiadene-Conegliano and Asolo, and so, completely unexpected that one of the first written testimonies of the word Prosecco refers to a Prosecco of Vicenza.
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