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8 March 2019
Oil

In 2018, La Maliosa experienced a number of challenges and considerable difficulties in our olive grove, connected mostly to unpredictable and sometimes even extreme meteorological factors, especially during the harvesting period. Worthy of note: an anomalous and persistent cold that […]

11 February 2019

“Harmony with the land is the most precious good”: an affirmation that we feel we are implementing with increasing awareness on our journey at La Maliosa. 2018 was the year for disseminating the values we believe in, through the story […]

18 December 2018

This part of the Maremman hills, which borders Tuscia, has shown a very diversified climatic trend recently. In a few short years, there have been extreme drought – parts of 2016 and 2017 – and high temperatures, but also floods […]

12 December 2018

A delicious homemade treat makes the perfect Christmas gift. Great with coffee or a herbal tea. Perfect soaked in red wine. Today’s cantucci are definitely not the original authentic recipe. But we’re not traditionalists, we just want to make our […]

20 July 2018

Zucchini. Summer in a vegetable. We love to cook them every which way: as a base for delicious omelettes, stuffed with rice or meat, grilled and served in oil with garlic and parsley and even steamed for a delicious and […]

21 May 2018

“It’s 2018,” I told myself. “And we are already in May, certainly the New Year has been and gone”, but it’s by looking at the awards and guide mentions received for the work and products of 2016-2017 that I realize […]

30 March 2018

During the holidays, everyone brings to the table dishes tied to their family’s tradition. For some, Easter is a savory pie with cheese, fried lamb, artichokes (many ways) and Genoese-style stuffed veal. For others, weather permitting, Easter Sunday is the […]

24 December 2017

The Land In 2017, Fattoria La Maliosa grew. One and a half hectares of vineyards have been planted in the Monte Cavallo area, which we have renamed “Vigna Corino al Monte Cavallo”. The “Vigna Anfiteatro” was also created from scratch. […]