The cellar of Stefano Amerighi is located in Cortona, in the province of Arezzo. Stefano's dream was to be able to produce a large Syrah with his knowledge of biodynamics and the peasant traditions of the Amerighi family. Stefano can be described as the pioneer of Syrah in Italy, after years of studies and research, he identified, in the area called Poggiobello di Farneta, surrounded by soft hills, well-exposed lands to the south and southwest where to put the clones Of Syrah selections from the Rhône valley. Vineyard management is followed by rigid principles of biodynamics, with potato and earthworks dictated by moon phases, total absence of remedies and chemicals, use of copper and sulfur and biodynamic preparations that help the earth to vivify and avoid any fertilization . All this leads to a completely mature, healthy grape that in the cellar after being dirty, is partly partially pressed with the feet and partially left in full grain. The fermentation occurs spontaneously in small concrete tin. Finishing in wood and cement. Today, Stefano Amerighi's initial design has expanded, and biodynamic practice has expanded, as well as vineyards, to the cultivation of cereals, vegetables and fruit trees.