This CD was produced by Giovanni and Giuseppe Gregoletto.
Music by Paki Zennaro and Guido Vianello.
The nine tracks included are devoted to wine-related topics,
and particularly to centuries-long wine history.
One may say it is an ideal musical journey starting in Italy
with "La Vendemmia" ("Grape-harvest"), moving on across
Europe with a religious track called "The Wine and the Bread"
and arriving in France with "Le verre" - where a drunk man tells
his own story and the story of his family while looking at a
glass he inherited from his grandfather - and "Le Pomerol"
- a track exalting the taste of a wine called Pomerol, produced
"Goffrey Keitelbeck" is the personification of an arrogant
evil drunkard as the typical result of wine abuse, while the
music of "Working in the Cellar" reproduces the various
wine-working phases: decanting, filtering, bottling, packing.
"Noč" is an ode to the first vinedresser in history,
a fascinating person who was familiar with vine secrets and
wine production - and also with the results of wine abuse.
The journey starts again with a homage to German vine-dressing
and oenology: "Lied" is a lyric celebrating spring-coming
and budding with grapes entwining the vines.
The CD ends in Iberian countries with a dance ("Blanco y
tinto") devoted to red and white wine.
This collection has the equivalent French release called "La
musique du vin" and is usually offered alone or included
in cartons with one or two standard 0,750 lt. bottles or one
1,5 lt. Magnum bottle.
Listen to a couple of samples taken from The
music of wine cd:
mp3 sample (1.3 MB)
mp3 sample (1.1 MB)