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The Territory in a Bottle
November 28, 2007
The 7th issue of Locus magazine is out, dedicated to the theme “Grapevine and Wine”. The issue centres on the historical, territorial and promotional aspects of winegrowing: the magazine’s table of contents ranges from grapevine archaeology to the recovery of autochthonous grapevines, from the roads of wine to designer winery, and features contributions by Mario Botta and Renzo Piano, among others, who have both designed great cellars in Tuscany.
It is “a territory in a bottle – write Giuliana Biagioli and Rossano Pazzagli in the editorial – in the twofold sense of the promotional value of wine, but also of the pressure that the new forms of winegrowing wind up exerting on the rural environment and on the landscape, which represents a primary resource of modern Tuscany”.
Locus aims at all those interested in getting better acquainted with the past and the future of their territory, in revisiting history in light of today’s most issues, reflecting on the delicate relationship between man and natural resources, typical products and landscape. Classical and more recent disciplines, studies and debates, become entwined in a monographic section (which in this issue is reserved to “Grapevine and Wine”), and in several regular columns addressing town planning, industrial archaeology, the territory and the environment.
 
 
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