Jacopo Stigliano begins his recovery project of old vines (up to 100 years old), now almost forgotten, in 2018, in his beloved Valsamoggia, precisely in Monte San Pietro. Its rows are a riot of biodiversity, with vineyards married to fruit trees, flowers and animals that run freely.
Small quantity produced, but great technique. His Buriana, “creative chaos in Bolognese”, with slight oxidation, controlled and well integrated, is an example of his great competence in the management of winemaking. Wines like his grandfather made them, but with more technique.