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Musiké: wine grows and improves with music!

Peppe Vessicchio and Riccardo Iacobone together, conductors of the wines of the Rosarubra estate
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Laura Benedetto
14 November 2019
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We are in Pietranico in the province of Pescara, on these hills ripen the grapes of the biological and biodynamic estate Rosarubra, managed by Roberto Iacobone, who with the master Beppe has launched himself in the experimentation of wine refinement through music.

Everything was born, says our musician, from some readings he had made years ago: he discovered that music influenced plants and their reactions were different if the music played was that of Led Zeppelin or Mozart! 

Thus he wrote his very special book "Music makes tomatoes grow”, And also went on to experiment with his convictions.

The idea that he longed for in that slightly disheveled head of the wise master was that of "Musiké": to improve the quality of wine with the help of music!

This is how Vessicchio started experimenting with wine-making, collaborating with his friend Riccardo della Tenuta Rosarubra in Abruzzo, a region that has a deep and ancestral connection with the master, as he himself tells.

The wines from the biodynamic vineyards of the Pietranico estate, which have had the good fortune to mature by listening to music, are two: Sesto Armonico bianco and Sesto Armonico rosso.

They were presented this year during the Rosarubra Wine Party, a consolidated event that is an opportunity for meetings, music and wine culture!

Riccardo expressed himself in this regard:

"Music is made of movement capable of influencing living organisms. The wine is alive and the music gives it an element of harmonization! " 

Yes, music has the magical power to involve anyone who knows how to listen and absorb those fragile and powerful vibrations that are able to change our mood and generate new emotions.

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