Since 2005, every year, a Radio2 programme, Caterpillar, asks its listeners to turn off all the lights that are not absolutely essential at 6pm on a February afternoon. This year it will be Friday the 23rd. We celebrate the birthday of the Kyoto Protocol, humanity's attempt to save the Earth from the destruction induced by climate change.
A symbolic and concrete initiative - turning off the lights and demonstrating one's interest in the future of humanity - which immediately became very popular: Italian squares, monuments - the Tower of Pisa, the Colosseum, the Arena of Verona - the symbolic buildings of Italy - Quirinale, Senate and Chamber - and many citizens' homes. "M'illumino di Meno" has also become the celebration of sustainable lifestyles, those that make you feel good without consuming the planet.
A philosophy that we fully embrace as a company, always paying particular attention to green issues.
Today we want to share this moment with you: on Friday 23rd, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm, the lights of the Baglio Tenute Orestiadi will dim and in a Sensory Space illuminated thanks to many candles you will be able to have a toast immersed in a magical atmosphere, admiring it in a new light the works of the Barriques Museum.
You will find yourself in a new and special location for a Friday evening "aperitif".
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