When man meets wine, the first sense involved is sight. Tasting a wine starts by observing what light can tell, by passing through it.
Its transparency, its colour. Light and colour, the visual soul of the wine, and of another, equally ancient and current marvel created by man: glass.
Only master glass-makers, with their art, can interpret in sound matter the intensity, tones, vivacity and colour of a liquid like wine.
Among them, nobody better than Venini could do so, dedicated all his mastery to Luce. Fiori di Luce is the name of this triptych of vases, a special edition of a great classic: “Calla” by Tyra Lundgren, first presented at the Venice Biennale in 1948.
The first Fiori di Luce is Vino, made with the opaline technique.
The second is Terra, whose ripples are recalled by the gold leaf used on an opaline base.
Finally, there’s Foglia, Phoenician technique. Fiori di Luce is a tribute made by a great name in Italian finest artisanal tradition to a brand that shares the same passion, commitment, and success.
It’s a work animated by light, exclusively for Luce.
Over 90 years have gone by since Milanese lawyer Paolo Venini and Venetian antique dealer Giacomo Cappellin, founded Cappellin Venini & C in 1921.
Since then, many things have changed in the furnace in Murano, but not the stylistic identity that still characterises the firm: giving a new take to traditional models, being open to artistic avant-garde, mastering techniques thanks to the contribution of the best glassmakers of the island. When the most important people in international design express their creativity through the magic of glass, they choose Venini, a brand that represents Italian excellence in the world.VISIT THE WEBSITE