Le Tìadi

Our wines are strong and decisive, which is why we wanted to call them Tiade.
The Tiadi were the women who constituted the cortege of Dionysus or Bacchus, for the Romans. They are sometimes recognized as Bacchae.
One of the sacred symbols was the tirso, a gnarled stick wrapped in ivy and vine leaves and surmounted by a pine cone. Dionysus was identified as the god of ecstasy, wine, intoxication and the liberation of the senses; then came to represent the essence of creation in its perennial and wild flow, the divine spirit of a boundless reality, the primeval element of the cosmos, the spiritual irruption of the Greek zoé, that is the existence understood in an absolute sense, the frenetic current of life that pervades everything.

Ours are wines with a strong and decisive character, that’s why we wanted to call them Tiade.
The Tiadi were the women who constituted the cortege of Dionysus or Bacchus, for the Romans. They are sometimes recognized as Bacchae.
One of the sacred symbols was the tirso, a gnarled stick wrapped in ivy and vine leaves and surmounted by a pine cone. Dionysus was identified as the god of ecstasy, wine, intoxication and the liberation of the senses; then came to represent the essence of creation in its perennial and wild flow, the divine spirit of a boundless reality, the primeval element of the cosmos, the spiritual irruption of the Greek zoé, that is the existence understood in an absolute sense, the frenetic current of life that pervades everything.