Davide and Marco, two young best friends, are located in Villa Celiera, in Abruzzo, located 700 meters above sea level. From the beginning, they approached it with a love for both natural winemaking and fervent experimentation. They have no academic background in oenology or viticulture and do not rely on agronomists or oenologists. They learned from trial and error. Indeed, their first fermentation in 2010 was such a disaster that they had to call their grandmother, to get rid of the “evil eye” (Lammidia) and perform a ritual on their grapes. Lammidia is a small-scale project, with the idea of putting your HAND and above all your face into it. In a land where full-bodied wines reign supreme, Davide and Marco produce low alcohol and very fresh wines, but which become more and more refined and elegant with the passing of the harvests.