Once again, countless glasses of Berlucchi Franciacorta will be raised at this year’s edition of the ultra-glamorous Fuorisalone di Milano. In particular, ’61 Brut will be delighting guests with its citrus-edged crispness and timeless elegance.
We will first be in the spotlight at space&interiors in “The future of living and the planet of the future” show, curated by architect Stefano Boeri, the fertile mind behind one of the new symbols of Milan, Bosco Verticale. Fashion-minded visitors can find the show–open at the same time as the Salone del Mobile di Milano, which runs 17-21 April–at The Mall, Porta Nuova, in Piazza Lina Bo Bardi in Milan, 2.30-9.30pm.
The show transports to the Red Planet a selection of products from one of the most renowned studios in the architecture and interior design sector, and Berlucchi’s selection is every bit as renowned: ’61 Brut. The planet Mars may no longer have water, but it surely has Berlucchi Franciacorta!
From the red planet we segue to vintage atmosphere, since on Wednesday, 18 April at 6.30pm, Berlucchi will join Raw&co for an exclusive cocktail soiree. For the first time ever, this prestigious Milan brand will introduce an exclusive collection of wallpapers and fabrics, the felicitous fusion of the priceless fabrics of the Designers Guild, which come directly from London’s west End, and New York City’s John Derian’s distinctive collection of vintage prints. The collection will be enhanced by Berlucchi ’61 Brut and its impressive harmony of acidity and minerality. The ’61 Brut will be in the spotlight again at Santoni’s famed boutique in Via Monte Napoleone 6 for the rollout of the cc-tapis carpets created by world-famous Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola.
18 April is the date too of our final unique event, the presentation of Food in Fashion, a Trend Book created by Nicoletta Lanati of Starlight-Creative Design Studio, in which she gives a preview look at fast-moving trends in the world of fashion and food. Collaborating with her in the work are Massimo Bottura, Paolo Lopriore, the “ragazzi del Giglio” in Lucca, and Annalisa Borella, pastry chef at Baiocco at Villa Feltrinelli, all of whom had a totally free creative hand with their respective sections..
Paolo Lopriore and Lorenzo Stefanini (Il Giglio) will provide the cocktail party with their own creative finger foods, paired–of course–with our Berlucchi ‘61 Franciacorta Brut.