Producer Profile

Cascina Val Liberata

Hootananny Wines, an organic/biodynamic farm based in Piedmont, embarked on their viticultural journey in 2013 after discovering the abandoned landscapes of Monferrato. Falling in love with the wild terrain, they set out to reclaim the land and revive indigenous grapes like Slarina and Nebbiolo. Their commitment to organic farming soon evolved into biodynamics, emphasizing a deep connection with nature and sustainability. With 1.5 hectares each of Slarina and Nebbiolo, they aim to express the true essence of the land through vital fruit, while promoting biodiversity in the vineyard. Their dedication to these varieties is evident in their cultivation and winemaking practices, with Nebbiolo becoming a fascinating muse, reflected in their wine named 'La Musa.

Where The Wines Come From


Piedmont, a region renowned for its rich winemaking traditions, offers a captivating profile in its natural wines, reflecting the terroir and heritage of the area. Crafted from indigenous grape varieties such as Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Dolcetto, Piedmont's natural wines showcase a remarkable depth of flavor and complexity. With a focus on minimal intervention and organic farming practices, these wines exude purity and elegance, boasting enticing aromas of ripe red fruits, floral notes, and hints of spice. On the palate, Piedmont's natural wines captivate with their harmonious balance, displaying vibrant acidity, silky tannins, and a lingering finish that speaks to the region's distinct terroir. Whether it's a robust Barolo, a lively Barbera, or a refreshing Dolcetto, Piedmont's natural wines offer a true expression of the land and a testament to the timeless artistry of winemaking in this revered Italian region.