Eating is an extreme act
Eating is an extreme act....
First of all a kitchen and a service, because in my opinion eating is an extreme act:
You take “something” that is there, next to you, and “put” it inside you.
This “something” if doesn't kill you, then becomes a part of you.
If you don't make a conscientious decision regarding this “something” it means that you don't respect yourself, and by consequence, that you don't respect others.
Each person working here, each in their own way, participates in this act.
No claim but simply offer what we know to find better: this simple sentence from Josko Gravner to summarize the Common Sense that guide us :
“… you ask me what I think of natural wines, whether a certification is right or not?
I don’t know the answer, and do you know why?
Because I make Wine, and my Wine does not comply with any product specifications or trends!
And in making my Wine I do my best to respect my Land, respecting the whole ecosystem.
In all these years I have seen how useless specifications and certifications are, because behind each wine there are not only grapes, but most importantly the producer’s honesty: this is something you cannot learn at school or by conforming to a certain production thinking… and even less can it be certified."