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Visiting Venice is a dream-like experience that stays in your heart for the rest of your life. Its absolute beauty and unique charm make visitors feel like their are floating through a magical world. Select, the Very Venetian aperitif, was born in 1920 on Murano, one of the many islands of the Venetian Lagoon, famous for producing the world’s finest glassware.

After over 90 years, thanks to its smooth taste and perfect balance of sweetness and intensity, Select is still the aperitif of choice for all Venetians.

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THE REAL VENETIAN SPRITZ

SELECT’S harmonious taste is characterised by a unique balance. With just the right amount of sweetness, an intense colour and scent and a well-balanced flavour.
This is why the true Venetian Spritz was born with Select.

 

There are many types of Spritz, some sweeter, some stronger, others unusual, and then there is the Venetian Spritz, the only one made with Select

How to prepare it

3 parts Prosecco

2 parts Select

1 part soda

Ice and a slice of orange

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The Moors

A curiosity about the Clock Tower? The old Moor (on the right) plays two minutes before the exact time because it represents the past. The young Moor (on the left) plays two minute after the exact time because it represents the future.

The "shadows"

What does the Venitians mean with "shadows"? In Venice the drinks are called "shadows". This word
derives from the past: venitians traditionally enjoy drinks in the shade of Saint Mark Bell Tower.

Squares

Why in Venice the squares are called "campi" (fields)? Because once they were cultivated.

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Very Venetian Carnival

Campo Bella Vienna was the stage of the first “Very Venetian Carnival powered by Select in Rialto”, a series of unmissabile events with the best electronic and hip hop music of the moment.

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