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Reading: Culture researches: Graubünden winegrowing history until 1950

St.Moritz

Reading: Culture researches: Graubünden winegrowing history until 1950

St.Moritz
Lecture and discussion with Martin Camenisch, moderated by Cordula Seger

Why are the same myths repeated in the narratives of Graubünden´s viticultural history, such as Duc Henri de Rohan´s (1579-1638) supposed introduction of the Pinot Noir grape or the eternal superiority of the "Veltlinerwein" over Graubünden´s "Landwein"? How did a grape year go in the late 18th century and how did the canton deal with the great viticultural crises? The historian Martin Camenisch provides insight into his research project based on rich sources from social and economic history.

In collaboration with the Institut Kulturforschung Graubünden.


Dates
15. September 2021

Wednesday | 15.9.2021

from 20:30–21:30
Place
Hotel Reine Victoria, Bridge-Saal, St.Moritz
Price
free admission
Reservation
Yes
More Information
Hotel Reine Victoria
Via Rosatsch 18
St. Moritz
www.laudinella.ch/veranstaltungen/
kultur@laudinella.ch
+41 81 836 06 02