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How Venice is Recovering its Long-Lost Wine Making Customs


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"Coltivar el mar e lassar star la tera” is an old Venetian proverb that translates to “farm the sea and forget about the land.” And that's exactly what Venice has done for much of its 1,600-year history, leading to the demise of Venetian winemaking customs. This however, is changing - in recent years, a handful of passionate Venetian winemakers have been working to better understand its lost viticultural heritage, reviving vines once thought to be extinct and preserving the distinct terroir of the lagoon-based wines. Read more about the revitalization of Venice's viticulture 👉https://bit.ly/3zfkA7w

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