…Dreams…” from Chardonnay grapes. It has a resplendent straw yellow color. On the nose it expresses charm and complexity with scents of rare elegance and refinement. Exotic hints of ripe fruit, melted butter, vanilla, pastry prevail. In the mouth it holds all the promises of the nose, confirms them and embellishes them with gentle flavors and fresh, persistent aromatic nuances. (Duemilavini Guide 2003 A.I.S., Dreams 2000)
Dedicated to the rock album “The Joshua Tree” by U2 released in 1987 and in particular the song “Where the streets have no Name.” This wine was born with the 1987 vintage, and over the years its name has undergone some variations. The first nine-year cycle with the name “Where the Dreams have no end…,” had the peculiarity of changing the color of the capsule each vintage referring to the seven colors of the iris plus white and black on the label, starting with white in a counterclockwise direction. The four phases of the moon are, in addition, depicted. In 1996 it became “Were Dreams, now it is just wine!” with the blue capsule on which comet Hale-Bopp is stylized, this for another seven years. Finally in 2003 we return a bit to the origin with, “W…. Dreams … ……,” adding, below, the crop year and drawing Mars on the capsule. The dots by us are interpreted in “Where Dreams can happen” however everyone can have different inspirations.
The label of “Where the Dreams have no end…” was used in the highly successful Walt Disney film “The Parent Trap,” a 1998 comedy directed by Nancy Meyers and starring Natasha Richardson, Dennis Quaid and Lindsay Lohan (twins).