Sometimes coincidence helps. With Renate Schütz it was an incredible chain of coincidences that brought her to Piedmont in 1994. In her "earlier" life, she studied and worked with one of Germany's best-known natural philosopher, until she decided to test the theory in practice: a different kind of agro-culture should be a culture that is not only in harmony with nature, but one that also achieves the highest quality.
With enthusiasm, passion, and a tormented degree of "eco-fundamentalism", she has since then paid homage to the "genius loci" not only in terms of "terroir" and position, but also, her above all natural companionship, respect, and awareness To give the gratitude that makes this place a "paradise with a connected workplace", as sometimes it is called lovingly growling.
La Luna del Rospo pictures