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Marzio Bruseghin, from the bike to the prosecco


Marzio Bruseghin, internationally renowned cyclist, lives of passion and dreams, and with him his family. His great passion is the bike, but together with her, the passion for a life in the middle of nature … vineyards and donkeys. Certainly when Marzio Bruseghin pedaled during his brilliant cycling career, he never spared himself … along the sections where is passed the Giro d’Italia, in the areas near Vittorio Veneto there are still the written on the asphalt and on the walls , of who incited him … “W BRUS Al MUS” … because he was pulling like a donkey. The donkeys have always been a distinctive symbol for its fans, to the point that they made a series of handmade hats with donkey ears for his closest friends who incited him along the route of the Tour of Italy … One year I saw along the Combai at the passage of the Tour of Italy a donkey in skin and bone with the pink bandana on his head, brought by the fans of  Marzio Bruseghin  because they thought that the caps were not quite visible to him when he passed . The donkeys continue to be part of his life, because since 2003 he has started to realize another great dream that continues to grow …the Marzio Bruseghin winerey. It is an entire hill above Vittorio Veneto, in the locality of Piadera, dedicated to the cultivation of organic prosecco wine. The mowing of the grass is done by donkeys, to safeguard the protection of the environment. The Bruseghin family gives a warm and friendly welcome to all the guests of the winerey. Thanks to the cyclist fame of Marzio and to all the friends he has known in the world, during his cycling career, a lot of famous people often come from far away to buy his prosecco (Amets). Among the many characters I remember the visit of the American actress Katherine Kelly Lang, aka BROOKE LOGAN of the soap opera BEAUTIFUL, passionate about cycling and prosecco. Certainly those who come to visit Vittorio Veneto must absolutely put in the program a visit to the Marzio Bruseghin winery. From up here you can enjoy a breathtaking view of Vittorio Veneto, as well as being able to taste good organic Prosecco.

Pantani was one that thrilled me too, i suffered his acceleratios, made me suffer like a beast. I prayed that he would not leave because when he left he would force everyone to a triple fatigue, but was magnificent when he pedaling. You understand that it makes sense that we all make the cyclists, that we all destroy each other on the road if then there is someone who invents things like him.                                                                (Marzio Bruseghin) CAN YOU BUY THESE CLOTHES IN VITTORIO VENETO?

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 NeroGiardini boots by Calzature Paludetti Michele

 Hand Made in Florence bag by Calzature Paludetti Michele

 Vuarnet sunglasses by Ottica Piccin

 Engelrufer earrings and necklace by Ottica Piccin

Tights with rhinestones by Calzedonia


To blend in with nature, the floral dress is the ideal … informal and casual is suitable for a walk through the vineyards. The black ankle boots with wide heel are gritty and very comfortable, they are perfectly matched with the handcrafted bag of Florence found by Calzature Michele Paludetti. The small detail of the Calzedonia black collants, the rhinestone line on the back … are the details that make the difference.

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Dreaming is easy, believing in your dreams easy enough, try and get involved a little less easy, continue when it becomes difficult is not for all, insist when it seems impossible is for champions … the champions are born when everything seems over …

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