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 […]
Now in its sixth year at Vinitaly. Italy’s most important wine fair, Fattoria La Maliosa’s constant commitment to the preservation of the Tuscan Maremma’s historical native and rare vine varieties has been rewarded. At 3pm on April 9 at Verona […]
It’s a place of amazing and haunting beauty, casually unscathed by decades of speculation that ravaged Italian landscapes. The Maremma: forgotten, thus saved. A place where you end up by chance, but where you want to come back, a place […]
8.45 am: I’m meeting Antonella at her place. We’re leaving. We leave behind a rainy Milano not giving up to spring. I’ve never been to Maremma, except for passing through. I’ve never been to Fattoria La Maliosa. For months we’ve […]
Every time I hear someone speak poetically or idyllically about wine and farming, I smile. My smile is one that stems from bitterness and grows from a knowledge that has developed over the seven years that I have been engaged […]
I’ve always craved the contact with the earth. I ferociously love the smell of grass. Not its fragrance, its smell: the smell of wet soil, of soil burned by the sun and the silent impact natural elements produce when clashing.