Palazzo Pitti hosts the exhibition of the way of the wine in the antiquity Luna Moltedo September 3, 2010 Global Issues ROME — From Mesopotamia to our table today, from the rite of communion to lewd drunkenness, from a distasteful habit to the gates of spirituality, wine and the vine are the protagonists of this exhibition "Vinum Nostrum" in Palazzo Pitti, in Florence. Original artefacts, sculptures, frescoes and mosaics, accompanied by multimedia and video installations, recount the history of the grapevine and of wine across thousands of years, as well as the important influence they exerted over ancient culture. Following a chronological arrangement, the exhibition illustrates the origin of wine-growing in the Near East, its success and its related symbolic, religious and cultural significance in the Hellenic world, up to the production and wide-scale diffusion achieved by the Romans. Logging In... Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or Name EmailNot published Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.