When Wine Falls in Love with Art

Bellussi, the winery of the Valdobbiadene area dedicated to the production of sparkling wines, confirms itself, for the fifteenth year, as official supplier of the Biennale of Venice and of the 59th International Art Exhibition entitled “Il Latte dei Sogni” or “The Milk of Dreams”, on stage until November 27th, which will host 213 artists, of which twenty-six Italians, coming from fifty-eight different countries, for a total of 1.433 works and objects on display.

With its presence at the Biennale of Venice and a selection of its most representative wines, Bellussi supports one of the most prestigious and popular international art exhibitions: the winery, in fact, has always been linked to the artistic environments and events that animate the Veneto region.

Blanc de Noir Brut BellusSì is the official sparkling wine of the Biennale that, together with the wines of the Lido 1932 and Belpoggio collections, will be featured during the most significant events, organized during the whole duration of the exhibition, and will be served at the prestigious cocktails organized by La Biennale on the terrace of Ca’ Giustinian, a historical building dating back to 1471 and overlooking the Bacino di San Marco.

BellusSì, a brut sparkling wine obtained from a selection of Pinot Noir grapes harvested exclusively by hand, is a dry, fragrant and well structured wine, enhanced by a long sparkling process. The captivating, modern and iconic design of the bottle has become the symbol of a passion for art which distinguishes this winery.

Lido 1932 is the collection created by Bellussi as a tribute to the collaboration with La Biennale di Venezia, dedicated to the Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica and includes four white wines produced in Alto Adige, in Valle Isarco. “Lido” refers to the place where the festival is celebrated, whereas “1932” is a reference to the year of the first edition.

Belpoggio, instead, are the wines which are named after the Tuscan estate of the Martellozzo family, owner of Bellussi, located in Montalcino and dedicated to the production of red wines made from Sangiovese and Ciliegiolo grapes.


When Wine Falls in Love with Art

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