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 […]
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Introduction to the territory Valtellina is the largest terraced area in Europe. The dry walls that support the terraces are made of granite rocks, arranged by hand with professional craftsmanship by subsequent generations throughout the centuries. It is estimated that […]
I have always thought wine represents a “sign of the times”, our time, which is spent silently and without pause. Nowadays, this adage is all the more true and I better understand when, as a child, my parents would speak […]
The entire wine sector has greatly progressed in the implementation of the environmental values of the territory and of consolidated expertise in the cellar. All you have to do is travel the peninsula to observe the numerous projects that in […]
Wine, especially “natural” wine, must also be interpreted as an organic ‘gauge’ of climate trends because it collects and variously exhibits the consequences of water availability, temperature, thermal excursions and light. These phenomena allow us to reconstruct the climate in […]
After three intense years at La Maliosa, I’ve had, thanks to the goals shared with Antonella Manuli, the opportunity of a stimulating reinterpretation of my knowledge and scientific agronomic experience that I never thought I could still undertake. After the […]
The grape harvest has just begun with the Ciliegiolo and summer has already been preserved in the form of thin, elongated, skinny, very healthy clusters. Even the thick juice struggles to leave the crusher for the fermentation vat. It’s strong […]
What does Indaco2 stands for? How does it affect the manufacturer’s choices regarding the environmental impact of greenhouse gas emissions generated during the production process? We spoke with Elena and Riccardo from Indaco2 to find out.
I’ve never been very good at writing, but I have definitely been well instructed by my teacher and thesis supervisor, Professor Carlo, who let me ‘build’ my thought process and the relative sentences with a mimicry of apparent agreement. Then, […]
The Maremman hills have, thanks to their history, one of the greatest harmonies between rural life and the environment, making it one of the most original landscapes in Italy. Alongside areas where the agricultural intervention is quite obvious, there are […]
Wine, between extraordinary and unique specificity, has the measure of time, that which flows or flows away and that which remains witness to the past. It’s for this reason that we try, now that the wine is racked, to retrace […]