Formerly Godolphin, due to a trademark issue, Anaperenna retains Godolphin’s symbol while the name has been changed since vintage 2006 .
Anaperenna’s name has been inspired by Anna Parenna, Roman goddess of the new year.
Anna Parenna symbolises the year’s cycle. Her name translates as “enduring year”.
the Romans would ask Anna Parenna to grant them longevity.
one more year for each glass of wine they drank,
retaining Godolphin’s symbol: the Egyptian ankh (pronounced: onk)
which stands for sunrise, regeneration, regrowth and renewal.
The symbol becomes even more appropriate in the case of Godolphin’s rebirth as Anaperenna.