Who was Leonardo da Vinci as a man? The documentary Il vino di Leonardo, directed by Marco Carosi, reveals the more intimate side of Leonardo with an unpublished story: his link with wine and the vineyard.
Leonardo's bond with Romagna was so clear and strong that today one can take an ideal journey in his company to the cities he visited during his Romagna period. A journey from Rimini to Imola, following the suggestions and notes of the Genius and admiring today the architecture that he himself designed and reproduced.
Cooking for Leonardo da Vinci: this is the challenge accepted by the chef Cristina Bowerman who conceived and created an exclusive and unique menu in homage to the Tuscan Genius. "Leonardo was a man open to the world", said the chef from the stage of the Teatro della Misericordia, on April 11th at the Leonardo Genio del Vino event, underlining Leonardo's extraordinary contemporaneity also in terms of gastronomy.
One of the greatest challenges we will have to face in the imminent future is the concept of sustainability, which is declining in many of its varied forms. Seeds & Chips, an international summit dedicated to food and innovation, fits into this context and has chosen as its technical partner Leonardo da Vinci- wines inspired by the greatest innovative Genius of all time.
Exactly 500 years after the passing of the greatest Genius of all time we celebrated his versatility and modernity through the inauguration of two museums in Vinci, where it will be possible live an immersive experience following his trail.
The 11th of April was the day dedicated to Leonardo, the Wine Genius: a full immersion of culture and food, nature and in wine, set in the heart of Vinci, to start a formidable story.
The 15th of April, 1452 Leonardo da Vinci was born in Anchiano, son of a winemakers family, where he immediately breathed nature's and country air. Wine has always been part of his life..
Leonardo da Vinci and wine, a fascinating and still little-known marriage that we will reveal at Vinitaly in Verona from the 7th to the 10th of April.
From the 17th to 19th of March, Düsseldorf hosted Prowein, an important international wine fair that this year reached its 25th edition. Many visitors were struck by the discovery of the profound relationship that Leonardo da Vinci had with nature and wine. A bond that we reveal this year, on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of his death.
Everything starts from Vinci, from the estate of Leonardo and from his
relationship with the vineyards that surround it. Leonardo observes the tendrils that provide him with the ideal idea for the project of the "vite aerea", a primordial machine of flight...
100 exhibitors, 500 labels at the bar, and over 10,000 admissions these
are the numbers of the consolidated event of "The Best Italian Wines" organized by Luca Maroni in Rome...
Matching a work of art to an enological denomination and vice versa: a virtuous combination of art and viticulture. This is the collection I Masterpieces of Cantine Leonardo da Vinci that wants to celebrate the most famous works of art by Leonardo da Vinci...
2019 is the year of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death: in Vinci and throughout Italy there will be exhibitions, conferences, events, books, films and documentaries to celebrate the Genius of the Renaissance. Everyone can therefore meet "his" Leonardo and discover one of the many sides of the artist, scientist, inventor best known and loved in the world ...
The Leonardo discovered in the pages of the volume Leonardo da Vinci e il vino is unedited and original. Luca Maroni investigates the human and agricultural side of the genius from Vinci, so much so as to define him as a winemaker.
The convention for the expansion of the museum circuit of the city of Vinci arises in the context of the celebrations of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death, with the aim of honoring and making known his work in the territories to which it owes its origins.