A small Bordeaux bottle, made of dark glass, identified by a handprint, a trace of the person who grasped it. A gold-coloured mark with a strong symbolic value evokes the gesture of the hand that performs the various delicate operations needed to achieve the quality of the wine inside. It sums up the completely “manual” care that accompanies the entire production process and the extreme attention paid personally by those who created the product. But the handprint is also an archaic marking, a permanent sign that leaves traces of itself as it wraps around the bottle.
(Valeria Bucchetti, ibidem).