We are in Montepetrolo, south of Lake Trasimeno. The Tiberi farm was born at the beginning of the 20th century and still today sees three generations involved, Cesare Tiberi, his son Piero and his nephew Federico. There are only 3 ha on hills of 350 m asl, with 50-year-old vines (and in the case of the Granella grape, also called Pecorina, a 150-year-old plant) and skeleton-rich soils. Four generations took turns in working the vines and even today those methods of managing and processing the grapes in the cellar have remained unchanged as they did then. This has allowed us to pass on not only a respect for the land, but above all the varieties that the land has contributed to enhance: Gamay del Perugino, Canaiolo, Grechetto, San Colombana, Moscato, Malvasia, Trebbiano, Ciliegiolo and Pecorina grapes. In the cellar the gestures of the past have remained. Spontaneous fermentation, maceration on the skins to pass all the identity of a vintage and a territory to the must, management of the hat of pomace with daily breaking, light pressing with a manual press and racking following the phases of the moon. While the world of wine has accelerated, here the rhythms and the sense of gestures has remained the same.