A tiny, exquisite medieval village, with about 3000 inhabitants, on the slopes of the hills that look onto the Etruscan coast. Suvereto rises in a wine-scented area between the russet-hued Metalliferous Hills and the deep blue sea, up to the contours of Elba and Montecristo. Time-honored wisdom and industrious hands, ingenuity and gifted minds are what lies behind the local wine production, a tradition that recounts the astounding biodiversity of its people as of its soil. The surroundings of Suvereto comprise an open-air museum that celebrates the Tuscan farming culture beyond stereotypes. Ancient grains, honey, vegetables, aromatic herbs, extra virgin olive oil, wines, cheeses, tell us about strenuous work and seasonal transhumances, alongside brilliant intuitions.