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Wines of the Carmelites

The first wines produced by the Barefoot Carmelites, in Venice, from grapes such as Malvasia, Marzemina, Lison and others
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The vineyard of the Carmelites in Venice

“Ad Mensam”, a white wine produced primarily for religious functions and made from 17 different Venetian ancient vines, some of which are rare or unique, and “Prandium”, a red made from 9 vines put back into production in the convent’s vineyard. These are the first wines produced by the Barefoot Carmelites, in Venice, from grapes such as Malvasia, Marzemina, Lison and others. The project mixes history, culture, and spirituality, and is one of the novelties realized thanks to investments for the recovery of ancient grape varieties grown in the lagoon, which the Consorzio Vini Venezia planted with Professor Attilio Scienza and the CRA-VIT in Conegliano.

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