The real star of the revival in style this amber nectar is Carlo Hauner, a Brescia globetrotter of Bohemian origin in the ’70s, in love of the Aeolian Islands, decided to settle in Salina forever.
Why? He loved to respond well, tells the son who inherited the reins of his death: Salina in those years was a paradise, impossible to turn on them. He was only a small flaw: the wine was far less than the territory. I just tried to adjust the shot. Today, 20 people work in his basement, cutting-edge technology, but also hoe and pick. In a few years, production has grown from 40,000 to 100,000 bottles. It produces the malvasia of Lipari.