Cosa Vogliamo Fare Insieme

Come un’esplorazione del vino attraverso arte e cultura, il nostro obbiettivo è di creare un contesto, un viaggio esperienzale, per guidare la sensibilità a questi argomenti.

Vinthropology è per il neofita, per l’appassionato, per l’esperto. È importante un approccio curioso, aperto a nuove esperienze, all’esplorazione, intento a scoprire.

Alcuni eventi in programma per stuzzicare la tua curiosità:

Una Serata Con Bacco:
Tre quadri rinascimentali che rappresentano Il Bacco, dio del vino, abbinati a tre vini.
Psicologia della Degustazione:
Esperimento disegnato da un psicologo per capire l’effetto delle parole e dell’immagini per descrivere il vino.
I Vini di Galla:
Una serata all’esplorazione della surreale guida dei vini dell’artista spagnolo Marchese Salvador Dalì
Petite Mort:
Uno squisito balletto di Jiri Kylain accompagnato da una degustazione del raffinato Pinot Noir.
Mangiando L’Arte:
Seguendo una ricerca scientifica, “Kandinsky Salad” sull’influenza dell’impiattamento sui sensi.
Alla Scoperta dei Vini Floreale:
Esplorando gli aromi floreali nel vino in abbinamento ai quadri dell’epoca d’oro olandese.

Questo e tant’altro come visita in cantina, cena alla cieca, esplorazione delle zone vitivinicole nel mondo.

Come associato/a costituente, avrai la tua voce in capitolo! Quando ti associ, vota per gli eventi che vorresti vedere realizzati. Vieni con noi in questa nuova avventura!

Per associarti manda un’email a vinthropology@gmail.com

5 Comments

  1. I think I got the gist of this post Danell without using Google translate 😊 It looks like a series of events with each one having wine related to a different cultural focus. You also seem to be quite well organised now in your thinking about your association, and your blog looks so much better organised and focused too 👍. My posts on Culture & Wine start this Wednesday so might be of some specific interest, I’ve got two written so far but each one is taking me a long time to research, plan and then write. You’ll get an idea of what each post will be about when you see the model/framework I am using. It might be of use to you because whereas I am generalising so that it can be applied to any culture or society, you could make it quite specific for Italy.
    You said on Instagram that you had browsed at the I Taste Red book, and it IS very scientific in parts. So, a possible alternative way of reading it for you ….. star at with Chapters 4 and 5! I know that sounds crazy, there’s still chemistry in it, but it’s APPLIED chemistry so it has a better context for the non scientist. Just a thought, it might or might not work.
    Another thought about your blog. How about fixing a Translate widget at the bottom of you pages? If you look at my site you can see where it goes and you could fix it above or below your search button. Then …… I can easily read everything without you having occasionally to write an English post.

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    1. Great, I’m glad to hear it! And looking forward to your posts on wine and culture. With really complex philosophy I find it easier to wrap my head around if I can apply it to something, like art, so applied chemistry sounds the way to go. I did read a book by an Italian enologist in Italian with a fair amount of chemistry and did ok, but I think that was more a testament to the author than to me! I’ll have a look at adding a translate widget too! 🥂

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