In the Sannio the Falanghina wine and vine characterize the agricultural and cultural landscape. They are the texture of human geography, which is based on the economy and sociability dictated by the cult of wine.
In this section the voices from Sannio are collected; the witnesses tell about social practices, traditions, collective imaginaries, breeding and production techniques linked to the presence of the vine and the consumption of Falanghina wine in the territory and in the world, bringing out its value as a cultural heritage.Video by: Rossella Galletti and Antonio Puzzi Video editing: Francesco Di Donna
Subtitles ita/eng by: Mariangela Bianco and Francesca Magnani
Document by: Rossella Galletti
Translate by: Francesca Magnani and Rossella Galletti
MedEatResearch – Center of Social Research on the Mediterranean Diet of the University of Naples Suor Orsola Benincasa, head by Marino Niola and Elisabetta Moro