Wine Label

Music meets wine in “Divenire 1818” wine, the special Pinot Noir that celebrates Donizetti.

By on July 10th, 2019

Le Corne is a dynamic winemaking reality, where everyone shares the philosophy that “we are what we drink”. The winery is characterized by this vision, always paying careful attention to the selection of the raw materials and production.

Le Corne decided to celebrate the renowned composer Donizetti who came from Bergamo (Italy) by honoring him with this special limited edition Pinot Noir.  The design of this bottle, created by Salvatore Santaniello, retraces the life of Gaetano Donizetti. The “Divenire 1818” special edition is inspired by the Carlo Goldoni theater sign in Venice, the theater where the composer staged, in 1818, the premiere of operas “Enrico di Borgona” and “Una Follia”.

The label is printed on self-adhesive paper Tintoretto Black Pepper Ultra WS, produced by Arconvert.   It is a natural, pure chlorine-free (ECF) cellulose paper that is felt-marked and pulp-coloured. Thanks to the synergy with parent company Fedrigoni, Arconvert can offer the widest range of colored papers in the pulp, which allows definitive elimination of the unsightly problem of the edge and the white back of the label.

The label is embellished with two gold hot-foils, one gloss and one matt, that create a special aged effect, adding mystery and uniqueness to this special limited edition wine label.