Wine Roads – Along the Cycling Paths of South Tyrol. A group of friends’ vacation along the bike paths of South Tyrol becomes an opportunity to tell the stories of a land, culture, and main characters by way of its wines. In the era of slow tourism and proximity, Wine Roads is a journey into the most bikefriendly region of Italy: almost 500 kilometers of cycle paths, the dream of every cyclist. After his Barolo Boys, film director Paolo Casalis returns to the world of wine. The documentary follows the trip of four bike tourists from the Veneto region: Marco, cyclist and artist, his friends Lidia and Carmelo (a young couple), and Adrian. A journey through South Tyrol full of many kilometres on the bicycle, visits to wineries, meetings with over 20 wine producers, cheers and tastings. Biodynamic and resistant vineyards, international grapes and autoctone varieties, tradition and innovation. If it is true that the world of wine can take a wide variety of different paths, even the less traveled or ones that others will only take in the future, here they are really trying it all with courage, determination and great results. Whether we like it or not.