Elisabetta Dalzocchio lives with her parents in an almost monastic compound behind a big metal gate, perched on the foothills of the Dolomite mountains looking over the town of Rovereto and across to snow capped peaks lost in the clouds. Here, she and her equally fanatical father, determined to keep everything as simple as possible in their biodynamic approach, nourish a tiny terrace of pinot noir laid out like a garden. Sometimes he intrudes too much in her work, so secretly she has acquired another plot on the opposite slopes - only time will tell what she makes there. Passionate about iconic red Burgundy, she imposes a similar rigour of production, her deferential modesty coupled with an iron will. Wines are released only when she is ready, and only to those she allows. She makes only one wine.