Trudie Styler and Sting discuss the Tuscan grapes used to make their new wine Sister Moon.

Trudie Styler and Sting discuss the Tuscan grapes used to make their new wine Sister Moon.

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[MUSIC] We're launching our wines so we thought, let's have a party, let's have pairings. Sister Moon is one of my songs, I think I wrote it in the mid 80s. I have a great view of the full moon over these mountains. I spent a lot of time sitting, contemplating that with a glass of wine in my hand. So it's an appropriate title for the wine. I fell in love with the land really, by spending so much time and getting to know Really the character of Tuscany. [MUSIC] We're in a block in which the grapes come from. Our top wine called Sister Moon is a blend of different varieties, the san gerbasi, cabernet and cannaolo These different varieties add different qualities to the wine. The Canaiolo is for color, the Sangiovese is the native grape of Tuscany, and Cabernet adds good structural components. It fills it out. For me, you know, the whole organic movement can be the proof if the pudding is in the taste. The taste of this wine was exceptional. We're trying to produce something unique here. As unique to the soil, the environment, this climate. There's nowhere else like this and I want the wine to reflect the magic that I feel for this place, the inspiration that I get here. I think people will respond to that. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]
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