Fabio is a crazy guy. But you quickly take him into your heart because you immediately ask yourself: What the hell is an Italian doing in the middle of Spain, in the Sierra de Gredos, who also works in an old wine cellar that had to be completely whipped back into shape?
That’s the way he is, Fabio. He experiments with grapes, with always new methods, and he does not follow any standard. He wants to make restless wines, always at the limit, always discovering something new and, if not, then inventing. Fabio only trusts his instincts. In doing so, he also cultivates very unconventional ideas. One idea: the rebirth of sweet wines. For example, who knows Chelva? Up until now it was a house wine that nobody cared about. Fabio turns it into a fantastic wine that has something of magic.
And when you taste his Garnachas, you have something of a fruit explosion in your mouth. And finally the whites: Airén, Albillo, Chelva… wines full of rock’n roll. Your feet won’t stop there. Once you have tasted Fabio’s wines, you understand the difference and what that means: simply looking at life passively – or actively participating in it.