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 […]
In 2016, the WEATHER, despite being hot, dry and somewhat “normal”, provided challenges and food for thought in terms of future management, concluding a three-year period in which each vintage has presented peculiarities that brought both confirmations and new lessons.
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
When in the past days I read about Parker’s prediction, a very well known personality in the international wine world, and the subsequent post on “Intravino“, I felt myself deeply involved in this argument. Talking about it with Lorenzo, I confessed my continuous disappointment for […]
There are words which are frequently used in the everyday language and becoming trendy even though there are very few who know their meaning. One of those is surely the expression “natural wine”.
Who said that to believe in its own way, have confidence in the choices made does not lead to a lot of satisfaction? Investing in and working the land, respecting it, producing without the obsession to sell but with the […]
In March 2012 the first vintage of certified organic and biodynamic (Demeter) La Maliosa wines, the 2010 vintage, was presented to the public at Vivit, Exhibition of natural wines within Vinitaly in Verona (Italy). The interest in our La Maliosa […]
Italy is the first country worldwide to have approved different and stricter wine-making standards than the ones approved by Demeter International in 2008 and still in force.
As for food, also for wine people are looking for a truer taste and a flavor reminiscent of the fruit and the earth it comes from. It’s a renewal which has been under way for several years: the natural wine […]