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Wine Tours: The Sweet Life
 Italy  (2011)
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Puglia (Apulia)

Because of its location, Greeks, Romans, Normans, Turks, Spanish and French have all spent time in Puglia leaving great monuments and traditions. We travel from emperor Frederick’s medieval Castle del Monte in the north to Lecce, the most Baroque city in Italy and discover architectural jewels like Monopoli and Martina Franca. Ancient farmhouses along the Adriatic sea, ”masserie” have been converted into Luxury resorts. Puglia has one 1,000 hours more sunlight than the rest of Italy and the wines are full bodied and rich. Sea culture along the Adriatic grew a cuisine inspired by the sea and sea culture. Here are immense wineries belonging to aristocratic families, dating back to the land grants of the 16th century when Spain occupied Puglia. Local varieties like Primitivo and Sussumaniello imported from Dalmatia in the 7th century are the strength of Apulia, one of the great un-discovered food and wine heavens.

Umbria

Umbria has been untouched by large-scale tourism.  Etruscans and Romans made wine in this fertile region 2,500 years ago. Innumerable artists have lived here enriching its piazzas with architectural jewels and frescoed its churches and palaces with dazzling masterpieces. Food ingredients and preparation have remained traditional. Since ancient times there have been 3 wine routes: we travel the Cantico route from Perugia to Todi, then South on the Etruscan-Roman route around Orvieto and the Sagrantino router in the Montefalco area. The wines are from vines indigenous to Umbria like Sagrantino and Grechetto. Olive oil, lamb, durum wheat pasta and lentils are protected by IGP. Unsalted bread, “casereccio”, is still baked in wooden ovens. This is “essential” cooking where everything is balanced beautifully and all the flavors are brought out to sing together with their wines to a perfect pitch, in one of the most magical settings in the world.

Langhe

Langhe is a small area in Piedmont and the wine and food capital of the region. When the French-Italian House of Savoy moved their capital to Turin in the 1500’s waves of royals built castles here, but the farmers cultivating these lands created their dishes. The cuisine is aristocratic and simple at the same time.  Barolo and Barbaresco, only grown here are made from the Nebbiolo grape and are the most important wines of Piedmont and maybe Italy. Sixty-seven percent of all Nebbiolo cultivated in the world is grown in Langhe Nebbiolo’s early varieties go back to the 13th century. We start in Alba, a medieval city and the black truffle capital of the world, and go on a truffle hunt. Then travel through designated Barbaresco towns like Neive and Barolo townships like Barolo and La Morra tasting wines and local specialties and basking in the history. The quirky Langhe spirit even produced a Museum of Corkscrews not to be missed. Avant-garde winemakers have built futuristic wineries in 17th century villages and have commissioned world-class artist like Saul Lewitt to decorate old churches in the vineyards. From Wineries and restaurants housed in medieval castles to restaurants with Michelin stars and boutiue hotels hidden in the vineyards Langhe is a gentle jolt to the senses and the intellect.

 

Shot completely in HD, Wine Tours offers viewers a 30 minute slice of the best and beautiful in life, specifically focusing on the relationship between fine wine, food and art from around the world. Informative, inspiring and intoxicating, La Dolce Vita takes you to the best wine producing locations around the world, bringing you close to the winemakers, exploring their techniques for making great wines, the foods of their regions, the great chefs of their areas who continuously experiment with dishes to enhance the wines, the artisans of food, like olive oil growers, the maverick prospectors like truffle hunters, and the historical locations and traditions they inhabit and that continuously inspire. This is the sweet life as lived by them and by the viewer who aspires to experience it.

Product Details
Video Run Time - 30 Minutes
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Worldwide
Packaging Type - Amaray
Audio Languages - English
Subtitle Languages - None
Release Date - 2011
UPC - 886470305254
LOC - B5D
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2011 DVD Releases
Travel Video Series > Wine Tours The Sweet Life
Travel Video Producers > Vision Films
Special Interest > Educational Videos
Special Interest > Wine
Special Interest > Historical
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