The Domus Art Collection of Sarah Lucci and the Tuscan Wines of Carpineto

L‘Eta della Pietra, Evoluzione della Materia (The Stone Age, Evolution of Matter) is an exhibition featuring the Domus Art Collection designed by Sarah Lucci and produced with the stone and marble of It’s Stone of the Fratelli Marmo. The event, which will run until the 30th of December 2019, opened on the 21st of November in the Meridiani Showroom of the Gigli brothers in Rome. In its celebratory launching, the Dogajolo Toscano Bianco  2018 and the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva 2015 by Carpineto, one of the top 100 wineries in the world according to Wine Spectator, enhanced the combination of art and nature for a unique evening.

The materials used in the Domus Art Collection range from volcanic rocks Lavarosa and Lavagrigia which were extracted from a 30-meter depth, the historic Carrara marble used from the ancient Roman times, the Basaltina, also of volcanic origin that originates from Bagnoregio and lastly, the Marmo Nero Marquina which has a distinctive bright black background with light white veins and intense gray.

“Wine is culture and emotion starting from the earth in a frame of harmony and beauty of the landscape, so we are happy to be present with our wines on this Roman occasion that sees the presentation of contemporary works that take shape from nature,” said Antonio Michael Zaccheo of Carpineto Winery.

Carpineto Estate:
Meridiani by Gigli:
Sara Lucci:
It’s Stone:
Fratelli Marmo: