Maurizio Anfosso and Roberta Repaci own just three hectares of land in the Beragna and Galeae vineyards, which belong to the DOC Rossese di Dolceacqua. They have been planted with Rossese, Vermentino and small amounts of the very rare Tabaca. This small and relatively unknown wine region represents the top of Ligurian viticulture. Dolceacqua is a small town in the extreme west of Liguria, near the border with France. The native Rossese grape grows here in a very limited area, on steep slopes consisting of soft slate and marl. The old sticks give low yields but high quality. Owner Maurizio sees himself as "tough" and stubborn, just like many other men from this area. The fear of losing their cultural historical heritage makes them stubborn and somewhat closed to new developments. A pity, but when it comes to the authenticity of these unique wines, great luck!